the trade that could send Aaron Judge to the Braves


The New York Yankees continue their free fall and could be sellers by the trade deadline. According to Fanside, the offer could send Aaron Judge to the Atlanta Braves.

Aaron Judge.  (Getty)


Judge Aaron. (Getty)

the New York Yankees were one of the most disappointing teams Major League Baseball this season. They are far behind in the To the East with the Boston Red Sox leading the division and nothing seems to be going their way at the moment.

Some fans want both Aaron Boone and Brian Cashman gone, and while it seems unlikely, the GM should look to take action before the deadline to try to save this season … or their future.

that’s why Alicia de Artola from Fanside constitute a commercial offer that could open them 3 solid perspectives of the Atlanta Braves. Unfortunately, they would have to part ways with Aaron Judge to do it.

Yankees rumors: the offer that could send Judge Aaron to the brave

“It’s time for New York to look to the future. They could do so with three of the Braves’ top prospects in exchange for Judge,” the report has started.

“Cristian Pache has hit .111 / .152 / .206 in 22 games for the Braves this year, but the center is only 22 with a bright future ahead of him. He is No. 1 in the agricultural system of ‘Atlanta and No. 10 in overall in the lead rankings. That trade would also involve Braves’ best prospect Kyle Muller. The southpaw looked strong in his handful of appearances in 2021, with a 3.45 ERA. Bryce Elder is the Braves’ 11th best prospect at 22 years old, “ de Artola continued.

“The bad news for Yankees fans is that the trading for top players lately has barely lived up to the bill. Look no further than Mookie Betts. Those three would be a big payoff for the Yankees in terms of future potential. The Braves would also mean sticking to the Mets “, she concludes.

This trade would be great for the Braves as it would allow them to put the Marcell Ozuna controversy behind them. The Yankees would get rid of an injury-prone player in exchange for some nice stakes for their future, even if they arguably give up their best player.

Whether the Yankees should trade the judge or not is not for us to debate now. But what is clear is that they have to do SOMETHING. This team is struggling in every way, so while Cashman doesn’t like making big trades he might not have a choice this time around.

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