Latest news on Dylan hiatus – MLB Trade Rumors

Latest news on Dylan hiatus – MLB Trade Rumors

He discussed the White Sox Dylan stopped Trades with teams since the offseason began. They seem to be gaining some traction, says’s Jon Morosi Tweet The talks “intensified” this week. Morosi suggests the ChiSox may pull the trigger on a deal before the winter meetings, which begin Sunday night.

USA Today’s Bob Nightingale has linked the Dodgers and Braves to the powerful right-hander in recent weeks. There are certainly plenty of other teams that have been in contact with first-year general manager Chris Getz. Morosi describes the Braves as one of the “finalists” for Cease’s services. That means the Sox have narrowed the field of suitors, though there’s no clarity on how many clubs are still in the running.

Stoppages have been a popular trade goal dating back to the deadline. The Sox elected not to move him over the summer. A few weeks after the deadline, owner Jerry Reinsdorf fired front office managers Rick Hahn and Ken Williams. Getz was bumped from assistant GM to the top role shortly thereafter. Getz has candidly discussed the lack of depth on the MLB roster. He made it clear that no player is categorically off the table in trade discussions.

while Louis Robert Jr Cease probably has the most appeal of anyone on the team, and Cease is the most likely to change uniforms among the high-value targets. The Sox have signed their franchise position player to a contract with club options through the 2027 season. The holdout is under team control for two years. MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz expects him to earn an $8.8 million salary in his second-to-last season of arbitration eligibility.

Sez, who turns 28 next month, is coming off a relative slump season. His ERA jumped from 2.20 during his Cy Young runner-up campaign in 2022 to 4.58 this year. The shutout lost a few points off his strikeout rate but still boosted the quality of 27.3% of opposing hitters while taking the ball for a full slate of 33 starts.

Despite a relative offseason, he is still the best player on the roster. While Getz expressed a desire to make big changes, he did not describe the situation as a rebuild. It makes sense that they are looking for major talent and/or secondary talent in a stoppage deal. They took a big-ticket approach in their first major trade of the offseason, acquiring five players (four of them MLB-ready depth types) from the Braves for a reliever. Aaron Boomer two weeks ago.

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