From John Means to Joey Gallo, seven 2020-21 American League trade candidates

The Indians are moving on from Francisco Lindor as he's too expensive for them to keep. [© Keith Allison-Wikimedia Commons]
The Indians are moving on from Francisco Lindor as he's too expensive for them to keep. [© Keith Allison-Wikimedia Commons]

These are the players from the American League that could be traded in the 2020-21 offseason.

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The offseason in Major League Baseball takes place over the whole year with moves happening every once in a while. There are signings, players getting non-tendered, and releases. This offseason, as always, teams will look to move on from some of their players for future assets. Here are players from the American League that could find themselves in a different uniform before the 2021 season gets underway.

1

John Means

In 2020, Means went 2-4 with a 4.53 ERA and an opponent average of .220. He posted a 3.60 ERA in 2019 and could fit in the back of a better team's rotation.

2

Blake Snell

The Rays are listening to offers on Snell and it would sure take a king's ransom to get him. He went 4-2 with a 3.24 ERA, striking out 63 in 50 innings pitched. He's owed $39 million until the 2023 season.

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