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The deal proposed by Mets for Canó and Diaz makes perfect sense



<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " In this time of over-investigation When in baseball, the transactions are set to a decimal point before the ink dares to dry them, the verdict almost always goes down to the value. This is rational, and what is rational is understandable, so please do not confuse this as a kind of Polemic against straightforwardness. "data-reactid =" 31 "> In this time of baseball, where transactions are set to a decimal point before the ink they dare officially begin to dry falls almost always appreciate the verdict. This is rational and that which is rational is understandable. Please do not confuse this as a kind of polemic against reason.

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.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " It's just that the tentacles of the Saberean revolution have enveloped the game, and they have pushed out the acceptance of a certain kind of risk The New York Mets are ready to embrace Friday as they conclude a trade that will make bringing them closer to the extraordinary Edwin Díaz and the eightfold all-star Robinson Canó will be Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn, outfielder Jay Bruce, helper Anthony Swarzak, and perhaps even a smaller offshoot to the Seattle Mariners. "data-reactid =" 32 "> It's just how the tentacles of the Saberic Revolution have enveloped themselves Out of the game they've pushed out the acceptance of a certain kind of risk The New York Mets are ready to embrace Friday as they expect a trade the to bring them closer to the extraordinary Edwin Díaz and the eight-time all-star Robinson Canó, and send top prospects Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn, outfielder Jay Bruce, reliever Anthony Swarzak and perhaps a smaller league back to the league Seattle Mariners.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " This which is a controversial trade in 2018. It is a fourth-placed team in a strong division, which gives up good prospects and recovers a 36-year-old at five and $ 120 million from his deal (along with an unknown amount of cash It's a one-in-one relief thrower though perhaps the best in today's game as the centerpiece of a blockbuster deal. It's about making a deal in a vacuum instead of contextualizing it, you only need seven words. "data-reactid =" 33 "> This is what 2018 is for a controversial trade. It is a fourth-placed team in a strong division, which gives good prospects and sends back a 36-year-old with five years and a remaining amount of $ 120 million (along with an unknown amount of cash), a one-in-one relief pitcher appreciates, though perhaps the best in the game today as the centerpiece of a blockbuster deal. It sees a deal in a vacuum rather than trying to put it in context. All that is needed are seven words.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " The Mets are now trying to win . "data-reactid =" 34 "> The Mets are now trying to win.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) –sm" type = "text" content = " Value seekers can use the path General Manager Argue Brodie Van Wagenen is the first deal of his new career after jumping from his job as a player representative to the Front Office and negotiating contracts such as Canós $ 240 million deal. But the mere effort to win now is a concept that has been lost in Major League Baseball for far too many, at least for those who believe that talent is needed. Reactant = "35" Value seekers may well be entertained with the way General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen carved the first deal of his new career after jumping from his job as a player representative to the Front Office and contracts How Canós negotiated $ 240 But the sheer effort Now winning is a concept that has been lost in Major League Baseball too much, at least for those who think it has to go out and gain talent.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " That's what Van Wagenen would do Díaz is a star: 24 years old, 100 miles an hour Fastball, a quiver-inducing slider that's been under team control for another four years, one of them near the minimum wage in the league this season, is extremely valuable The only reason the Mets are prepared to get him is because they chose Canó, 36 years old, and spent half of last season suspended for performance-enhancing medications, and he's still plenty productive he met .317 / .363 / .497 after the suspension and fits well in the middle of even a good lineup. "Data-Reactid =" 36 " > That's exactly what Van Wagenen would do with this deal. Díaz is a star: 24 years old, 100 miles per hour Fastball, a quiver-inducing slider that's under team control for another four years, including He's Most Valuable. The only reason the Mets are willing to win him is because they agreed to take over Canó. He is 36 years old and spent half of last season with a suspension drug improvement: he is also prolific He met .317 / .363 / .497 after suspension and fits well in the middle of a good lineup. 19659002] <p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0 em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " Do not Make a Mistake: If Canó the big name is This is a trade for Díaz, and trading for Díaz, whether or not Canó was there, would cost prospects.Kelenic is a very good: 19 years old, the sixth overall victory last season, a left-handed midfielder Dunn is also a pedigreed, a first-rounder in 2016, who prizes many men and goes too far. "data-reactid =" 37 "> Make no mistake Even though Canó is the Great The name comes back, this is a trade for Díaz, and the trade in Díaz, whether Canó was there or not, would cost prospects. Kelenic is a very good tradesman: 19 years old, sixth overall last season, a left-handed midfielder who could be a star who could also be a star. Dunn is also a pedigreed, a first-rounder in 2016, who gets rid of many men and runs too many.

<p class = "canvas Atom canvas text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " Any anger over trade goes back on Kelenic and Dunn would be insincere to say that it's not risky, it's, you know, everything in baseball is risky, the best-looking deals on paper can fall victim to the whims of the game – the physical, the mental and any disagreement that exists between the two baseball is difficult, it is impossible to predict the future. "data-reactid =" 38 "> Every rage about trade goes back to Kelenic and Dunn, and It would be unappealing to say that it is not risky. But everything in baseball is risky: the best-looking deals on paper can fall victim to the whims of the game: the physical, the mental, and the vague that exists between the two , Baseball is difficult. Foretelling the future is impossible.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0 em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " And yet, because of this trade do not adhere to the modern paradigm of running a baseball team Wait for an opportunity, then try to win, do not deviate and find contempt the rage It's also terribly out of place, because to see the Mets within this vacuum, one would ignore how counterproductive this is to the standard of the Wilpon family's will on the franchise. "data-reactid =" 39 "> And since this trade is not tied to the modern paradigm of leading a baseball team wait for an opportunity, try to win, do not dodge and find contempt the anger is tangible and terribly out of place, because of the view the mets inside this vacuum would ignore how counterproductive this is, which is equivalent to the defaultlessness of the Wilpon family's ownership of the franchise.

<p class = "canvas -atm Canvas-Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " When Van Wagenen arrived, one Question – [19459003Itmayhavebeenapartfromitstransitiontoacompletelynewworld How much influence he had The owner Fred Wilpon and his exceedingly practical son Jeff If the Díaz-Canó trade is a clue, the answer is plentiful – Van Wagenens first The transaction was to acquire perhaps the greatest albatross in baseball. "data-reactid =" 40 "> When Van Wagenen arrived, one question was perhaps the largest, apart from his The transition to a whole new world was how much influence he would have on the owner Fred Wilpon and his overly gorgeous son Jeff. If the Díaz-Canó trade is an indication, the answer is: Plenty of Van Wagenen's first deal was acquiring perhaps the biggest albatross in baseball.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " Bad that sounds, it is also something that a team like the Mets should do.This is the New York Mets focus on "New York." Although they are a small brother to the Yankees, Forbes said they had the seventh highest sales in the sport last season Whatever financial problems Mets may have experienced in recent years as franchise values ​​soared, consider the following: In 2014, Forbes estimated that the Mets were worth $ 800 million, compared to $ 2 billion today . "data-reactid =" 41 "> As bad as it sounds, it's also something that a team like the Mets should do. These are the New York Mets. New York. "Although they might be a little brother to the Yankees, Forbes said they had the seventh highest sales in the sport last season. What Financial Issues Mets Have Had Over the Past Years As the Values ​​of Franchise Companies Outline: Consider the following: In 2014, Forbes estimated that the Mets were worth $ 800 million. Today it is $ 2 billion.

Robinson Cano is the bigger name, but Edwin Diaz (pictured) might be the best part of this deal for the Mets. (Getty)

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " There are no good excuses for the Mets not to spend and fight money each season. "None. While true spending is not always about success, a larger payroll hides mistakes or allows them in the case by Mets, to trade and profit from someone else. "data-reactid =" 66 "> There are no good excuses if the Mets do not spend money each season and try to fight. None. While true spending is not always a success, a larger payroll hides errors or, in the case of Mets, allows them to trade and profit from one another.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " And it's true: The Mets could have stuck to Kelenic and Dunn, swallowed the $ 26 million Bruce had left for his deal, and paid $ 8 million for Swarzak's and for a closer. "There are many big names in the freelance agency: Craig Kimbrel, Andrew Miller, Zach Britton, Jeurys Familia and David Robertson – No one is as good as Díaz – and the pain of Canó is much longer term: his arrival at the second base allowed Jeff McNeil the Mariners did not want, and Mets to bring his dangerous thug to third place "data-reactid =" 67 "> And it is true: The Mets could have clung to Kelenic and Dunn, swallowed the remaining $ 26 million for Bruce & # 39; Deal and the $ 8 million for Swarzak & # 39 ; s and paid for an approach In the free agency there are many big names: Craig Kimbrel, Andrew Miller, Zach Britton, David Robertson, Jeurys Familia, no one is as good as Díaz and the pain of Canó is much longer term: his arrival on second place base allowed Jeff McNeil the Mariners wanted, and Mets not to bring his dangerous bat to third place.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " What's the better option? Attempting to lend objectivity to such a debate has, in the first place, created saberetry, and it would be disingenuous to argue why the deal is right for New York, and for the Mariniers, it may even be a misuse of its value Paying Numbers with Díaz "data-reactid =" 68 "> Which is the better option: Attempting to lend objectivity to a debate such as this objectivity has primarily produced sabemetry, and it would be insincere To set out an argument as to why the deal is right for New York, and for the Mariners, even if Díaz is used to pay for Canó, this can be an abuse of its value without consulting the numbers.

<p class = "canvas-atom Canvas-Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " Fortunately, a clever friend had that done before the idea for this column began to percolate. "data-reactid =" 69 "> Fortunately, a clever friend had done that before the idea for leakage of this column began.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8 em) – sm" type = "text" content = " He estimated that Canó in His five-year ten-game wins over Replacement and Díaz in his four years ten years is arguable.Projects of the baseball prospectus Canó are said to be 8.5 WAR and Díaz 6.3.The friend has committed a $ 8 million war. This is lower than most seats, which means a profit, although the higher rating tends to balance the numbers for both, each worth around $ 80 million, and Canó will cost $ 120 million and Díaz if he does It continues to dominate, about $ 40 million through arbitration. "It's basically a wash for the Mets." "data-reactid =" 70 "> He estimated that Canó wins ten wins over the replacement in his five years Díaz in his four years would be ten years old With the baseball Pr You can get a value of 8.5 WAR and Díaz 6.3: The friend has a $ 8 million war tied – which is less than most places a profit, although the higher ratings the values for both balance value of about 80 million dollars. Canó will cost $ 120 million and Díaz, if he continues to dominate, $ 40 million through arbitration. Essentially, this is a laundry for the Mets.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " The friend bowled Kelenic a 20 Winn-player over his first seven seasons and Dunn worth 10 WAR, though due to their high risk Kelenics age and little experience since Dunn was a pitcher he cut this Knock-down in two halves After estimating the cost of these performers at $ 55 million, valued at $ 120 million, he added $ 65 million in added value if Bruce wins in the next two seasons worth the total value of the package is somewhere in the range of $ 35 million. "data-reactid =" 71 "> The friend bowled Kelenic in his first seven seasons with 20 wins and dunn worth 10 WAR Although this was because of their high risk Kelenics age was Dunn's experience was a pitcher . He estimated this sum in half. After estimating the cost of these artists at $ 55 million worth $ 120 million, he saw $ 65 million added value. Bruce is worth a profit for the next two seasons, which is the total value of the package somewhere in the range of $ 35 million accounts.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " That does not even count the money Seattle is included in the deal, but the projection of $ 35 million is far from thwarting the territory, given the volatile prospects and the potential for the Mets to take advantage of a playoff Although optimistic with Atlanta and Philadelphia and Washington in the National League East, the notion of optimism as a guiding light is not worth being directly rejected. "data-reactid =" 72 "> The money Seattle brings to the deal does not even count. Even so, the projection of $ 35 million is nowhere near as far as thinking about the volatile prospects and the opportunity for the Mets to take advantage of a playoff run. While optimistic with Atlanta and Philadelphia and Washington in the National League East, the notion of optimism as a guiding light is not worth being directly rejected.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " After all, this is the off-season The owner of Philadelphia was preparing for something "stupid" on the free agent market, you know, stupid is OK, modern baseball has conditioned front offices, and thus fans, to a homogeneity of thinking that leads to that someone wants to spend a lot of money when the reality is that the industry's hand-over-fist cash grabbing needs to flow into the US pockets of the people who actually gain and lose. "data-reactid =" 73 "> After all, this is the offseason in which the owner of Philadelphia settled down to prepare to do something" stupid "in the market for free agents. You know what? Stupid is OK. Modern baseball has conditioned front offices and thus fans to a homogeneity of thinking that causes someone to spend a lot of money is stupid when the reality is that the industry's hand-over-fist cash gripping to get into the pockets of the people who actually win and lose.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "Text" content = " The Mets are now trying to win It's weird to read For so many years, they've been a third-rate organization in a top-notch city, stubbornly violating Daniel Murphy's law: whatever the Mets can do, they've stolen and Therefore, if someone asks how you can trust the Mets, if they have habitually messed things up, the answer is, you can not. "data-reactid =" 74 "> The Mets are trying to win It's funny to write. It's funny to read. For so many years, they've been a third-rate organization in a top-notch city, stubbornly violating the law of Daniel Murphy: Whatever Can Go Wrong The Mets will do it, they stumbled and they were great laughers. Therefore, someone asks how one can trust the Mets when they have messed up such habitual things: the answer is you can not.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " This mistrust leaves a worldview and However, the excitement that this trade should bring is a misuse of energy – getting Edwin Díaz and Robinson Canó is a risk, safe and fairly large – championship franchises have also been built on the principle of collecting top players and Díaz is more than qualified. "data-reactid =" 75 "> Allowing this mistrust to shape a world view and influencing the excitement that was to come This trade, however, represents an abuse of energy Winning Edwin Díaz and Robinson Canó is a sure risk and a pretty big one. Championship franchises have also been built on the principle of collecting top players, and Díaz is more than qualified. 19659002] <p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0 em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " If there is an error In this argument Offering praise without understanding the even larger context of this mets offseason, they are looking for a trading match for Noah Syndergaard, their talented starter whose injury story ameliorates his splendor, looking for sources for another starter in the trading market aggressive with free-agent pitchers, leaving a scenario in which they asked Syndergaard to replenish their farm system and sign a starter (Nathan Eovaldi?) whose utility would be similar and would not cost potential capital, the Mets now Judging by a Díaz-Canó deal would be foolish, there is still so much to do. "data-reactid =" 76 "> If this argument fails, it offers praise without it larger context the Noah Syndergaard, his wildly talented starter whose injury history weakens his splendor, is looking for other sources for a new starter in the trading market, and even more, they were aggressive with free agent barks and left a scenario in which they did Ask Syndergaard to replenish their farm system and sign a starter (Nathan Eovaldi?) Whose upside potential is similar and no potential capital costs. Mets' assessment of a Díaz-Canó business would be stupid There is still so much to do.

<p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" Content = " The very existence of the aggression of the Mets Yes, the New York Mets does not exactly account for these other issues, but it is very likely that there is a shift in the approach that other teams could pursue throughout the sport. Aggressiveness is okay, so is the risk, value does not always have to be king, it's a decent balance to find, a place where the views are wonderful, but not stored in a vault where players even have one Have value when their ages begin with a 3, and the victory point represents the entire point of this exercise. is most important. "data-reactid =" 77 " > The very existence of the Mets aggression Yes, the New York Mets is not exactly irrelevant to these other points, but is very likely a shift in the approach that other teams across the sport could pursue. Aggressiveness is okay. It always has to be a king. There is a reasonable balance, a place where the views are wonderful, but are not kept in a vault where players still have value when their ages begin with a 3, where the whole wins point of this exercise is really the most important .

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0 em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " Is all that why Yes, it does, and while planning for the future is critical to any team, winning and earning is not mutually exclusive – the New York Mets act as if they believe it This really is the case, and this trade is an indication of what is to come in the face of the resources that are to contribute, the culture shift in the Mets will definitely go in the right direction. "data-reactid =" 78 "> Is all this more likely for the Mets to win? Yes, it does. And while planning for the future is critical to any team, winning and winning is not mutually exclusive. The New York Mets Behave How They Believe It. If this is really the case, and this trade is an indication of what will come in the face of the resources that will enable this, the cultural shift with the Mets will be decided in the right way Go direction.

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