15 National League offseason trade candidates

Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein has a lot of decisions to make this offseason. [image source: Chicago Cubs- YouTube]
Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein has a lot of decisions to make this offseason. [image source: Chicago Cubs- YouTube]

National League players that could find themselves traded in the 2019-20 offseason include Jose Martinez, Josh Hader.

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Josh Hader- RP

Surprisingly the Brewers are willing to listen to offers on Hader. In 61 games pitched in 2019, he pitched 75 2/3 innings with a 2.62 E.R.A., 138 strikeouts compared to 41 hits given up with an opponent average of .155 and notched 37 saves.

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Carlos Martinez - P

Martinez pitched exclusively out of the bullpen in 2019. In his career, he's 58-40 with a 3.36 E.R.A. He's owed $23 million over the next two years and has a club option for $17 million in 2022 and $18 million in 2023.

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Jose Martinez - 1B/RF

In 2019, Martinez had a down year by slashing .269/.340/.410. His career slash line is .298/.363/.458. Martinez would best be suited for an American League team with an opening at DH as he's a defensive liability. The Rays could be a fit.

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