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He’s a right-handed-hitting outfielder that has hit 35 homers for a terrible team and isn’t yet 29 years old… maybe the Atlanta Braves should inquire?
A red flag went up in Baltimore the other day. This happened just after arbitration figures were being finalized — and in the days that followed.
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Two of their players — Trey Mancini and Anthony Santander — were asked by the club to accept salary deferrals for the 2021 season.
According to theAthletic writer Dan Connolly (subscription required), this was requested in an effort to save the Orioles roughly $1.5 million for the coming season.
This is eye-opening as no one that Connolly could find had ever heard of such a request of an arbitration-eligible player.
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But that may tell us exactly how financially bad the Orioles are right now… and there’s even some chatter starting about whether the club itself might soon be available for purchase, though that’s being denied.
The idea of deferring a chunk of a big-league contract has become somewhat standard. But as one agent put it this week, trying to do that in arbitration negotiations “is just odd.”
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Catcher William Contreras: Travis d’Arnaud will handle the bulk of catching duties for the Braves, but his backup hasn’t yet been determined. Veteran Tyler Flowers is a free agent, and if the Braves want him back, they likely could re-sign the Roswell native to a short-term deal. But they also could bet on the unknown and make Contreras the primary backup.
Contreras, 23, joined Pache in making his long-awaited MLB debut last season. Manager Brian Snitker and teammates raved about Contreras’ maturity and athletic profile. He went 4-for-10 with a double and an RBI in four regular-season games. Contreras hadn’t played a game above Double-A before making his debut, so perhaps the Braves are more inclined to let him play regularly in Triple-A.
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Shea Langeliers, the Braves’ first-round pick in 2019, is another young catcher on the horizon. A Langeliers-Contreras combo might be the Braves’ future at the position. Whether Contreras is part of their present is yet to be determined, but there’s logic in rolling with the youngster behind d’Arnaud – who’s a free agent following the season – and seeing how it goes.
Atlanta Braves’ rookie starting pitcher Tucker Davidson, makes his major league debut against the Boston Red Sox Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, at Truist Park in Atlanta. (John Bazemore/AP)
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Left-hander Tucker Davidson: Because we’re limiting ourselves to three prospects for this exercise, it’s safest to pick Davidson of the remaining candidates. He debuted in the 2020 regular-season finale and is well-positioned to see more innings in 2021 as a starter and reliever.
Davidson, 24, broke out in 2019 when he had a 2.15 ERA in 25 games across Double-A and Triple-A. Despite the Braves’ rotation woes throughout the shortened 2020 season, they opted against promoting him, instead letting Davidson develop at the alternate training site. They rewarded him with his first start in the regular-season finale, when he recorded only five outs and allowed seven runs (two earned).
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The Braves’ rotation is set when healthy: Mike Soroka, Max Fried, Ian Anderson, Charlie Morton and Drew Smyly. They also have Kyle Wright and Bryse Wilson as capable starting options. But Davidson will have opportunities, be it in the rotation or bullpen, to establish himself as a major-league contributor.
Perhaps the Atlanta Braves could take advantage of this situation and request Trey Mancini in a deal?
We know the Orioles are still stuck with their albatross contract for Chris Davis — that will pay him $21 million for each of the next two seasons.
The next-highest contract on their books is $15 million for starting pitcher Alex Cobb. After that comes Mancini ($4.75m) and Santander (either $2.1m or $2.475m, depending on the outcome of an arbitration hearing).
Already, there’s some noise being raised about Santander’s future with the club:
So… if you’re the Braves, why not pursue Mancini?
He’s young, he’s still under the arbitration system for this year and next, he’s still pretty cheap since he opted not to play in 2020 (cancer treatment).
All that said, he should be back at full strength for 2021.
The cancer issue was definitely a setback for him, coming when it did. Mancini had just reeled off his best full season, which included 35 homers and an .899 OPS.
That’s pretty good for the best hitter on a bad team without protection of any kind. Oh, and there’s the AL East pitching he was routinely facing, too.
Of course, the NL East isn’t exactly a walk in the park, either, but imagine him in the middle of a Braves’ lineup with hitters all around him.
So what would the Atlanta Braves offer for Trey Mancini?
Maybe less than you’d think, given that they’re clearly trying to save money. This would not be a case of sending Ender Inciarte, but you might be able to send modest MLB pieces like Johan Camargo or Bryse Wilson in addition to a middling prospect or two.
Frankly, I don’t know that the Orioles would care too much: their priority would be to clear that salary…. which is relative chump change for anything close to that kind of production at under $5 million… and it’s likely that the teams could agree on some prospect combination.
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So whilst we’re still seeing the Atlanta Braves contemplate how to obtain a a mid-order slugging outfielder… one could do a lot worse than Mancini.