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Some Red Sox/David Ortiz news; St. Louis Cardinals/Elvis Andrus speculation; and Giants/MVPosey extension talks, all from MLBTradeRumors.com
•Tim Britton of the Providence Journal outlines some of the ways the Red Sox could get by without David Ortiz should the designated hitter's heel injury force him to the disabled list for the beginning of the season. The Red Sox could rely on internal options such as Daniel Nava, Ryan Sweeney, Mike Carp, Lyle Overbay and Ryan Lavarnway. Alternatively, they could start Jackie Bradley Jr.'s service clock and add him to the 25-man roster. In Britton’s view it would be “foolish” to rush Bradley to the MLB level.
•Dan Szymborski of ESPN Insider explains why the Cardinals are a perfect fit for Elvis Andrus of the Rangers. St. Louis needs a shortstop after losing Rafael Furcal to injury and the Rangers could part with Andrus to create space for Jurickson Profar. The Rangers could look to acquire a pitching prospect such as Trevor Rosenthal, Shelby Miller or Carlos Martinez from the Cardinals' top-ranked farm system.
•Buster Posey and the Giants are not close on an extension as of now, but if it happens, the best comparable for a deal would be Joey Votto's 12-year pact and not something like a three-year one, tweets Buster Olney of ESPN.com.
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That's foolish to even consider trading Shelby or Rosenthal for Andrus. Elvis is a top 10 SS, but you don't give up arms like those two for Andrus. An even more ideal trade scenario would be the Rockies shipping Tulowitzki to STL for Miller or Rosenthal. That's the caliber of player I'd require if I was STL - not Elvis Andrus.
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