American League offseason trade candidiates

An image of Yankees GM Brian Cashman. [image source: Keith Allison/Wikimedia Commons]
An image of Yankees GM Brian Cashman. [image source: Keith Allison/Wikimedia Commons]

American League players that could find themselves traded in the 2019-20 offseason.

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Ken Giles- RP

In his first full season with the Jays, Giles pitched to a 1.87 E.R.A. with 83 strikeouts compared to 36 hits given up for an opponent average of .188 in 53 games and innings pitched. He converted 23 of 24 possible saves.

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Francisco Lindor- SS

Despite the Indians being a competitive team, they may move Lindor as he is getting very expensive for them to keep. Lindor slashed .284/.335/.518 with 32 HR and 22 SB in 2019.

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Mitch Haniger- OF

Haniger only appeared in 63 games and slashed .220/.314/.463 as he missed most of the season due to injury. In 2018, he slashed .285/.366/.493 with 26 HR, 93 RBIs and 170 hits.

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