Early in the season, left Tarek Scobal may have been tigersThe biggest bright spot, he produced 2.33 ERAs in his first 11 starts. He then went through a rough patch for five outings before recovering in the last three rounds. However, even with several other young Tigers players on the injured list, the team is willing to trade it off, according to rival executives at several clubs.
One official said the tigers “gave us a blanket available to everyone.” Another speculated that the Tigers are trying to be opportunistic and get a big payoff for Scobal from teams that might strike in reds” Luis Castillo and the Athletics” Frankie Montasthe best known starting shooters available.
The general manager of the Avila Tiger declined to comment.
Skubal’s tigers are hard to trade, considering their rotation needs as they head towards them Sixth consecutive losing season. But like many teams, they are willing to consider any deal that might help them improve. They entered on Tuesday averaging 3.22 Major League points per game.
The DodgersAnd the basics And the other contenders aren’t the only teams in the market to start promoting. Post-season long shots like Notice And the Orioles Want to add rotation assistance for 2023 and beyond. Tigers, skinny in daily mode players, can use Skubal and many of their painkillers as a way to gain more talent.
Castillo and Montas, both aged 29, are under club control until 2023. Skubal, 25, is one year away from qualifying for salary arbitrators, and under club control until 2026. At various points in the future, the Tigers anticipate their injury. young beginners – Bo Brisky (arm ache), Alex Faido (hip), Matt Manning (shoulder inflammation), and Casey Miz And the Spencer Turnbull (Both Tommy John surgery) – To return.
If the Tigers don’t receive an offer they deem acceptable to Scobal, they can still pass on several sedatives – Andrew ChavinAnd the Michael VollmerAnd the Joe Jimenez And all the stars are twice as close Gregory Soto. None of their position players will think of making a strong comeback.
the athleteCody Stavenhagen contributed to this story.
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