With the Tigers rebuilding, they have no reason to hold onto Nicholas Castellanos especially with one year remaining on his contract. Last season, Castellanos was one of the lone bright spots on an ageing Tigers team as he had a career year by slashing a career-high .298/.354/.500 with 23 HR and 89 RBIs. He got a career-high 185 hits, 46 doubles and 49 walks. His 46 doubles were the fifth most in the league. Castellanos played right field last season but has experience playing third base as that was his position in previous seasons. With multiple teams in need of a bat, here are some possible trades for Castellanos.

Los Angeles Dodgers

To LAA: Castellanos and RP Shane Greene

To DET: P Dennis Santana, P Tony Gonsolin, OF Sterling Heredia and a minor league player or international bonus pool money

With the blockbuster trade that just occurred between the Dodgers and Reds that saw the Dodgers send two of their starting outfielders to the Reds, the Dodgers are in dire need of outfielders. Their current outfield is projected to be Pederson in left, Bellinger in center and Verdugo in right which isn't fantastic for a team with championship aspirations.

The Dodgers would get Castellanos to replace the void which was created by trading away Puig and Kemp. Castellanos would slot into right field which would force Verdugo or Pederson to a bench role.

Castellanos would also give them a power bat in the heart of the order which the Dodgers are currently in need of. Greene would also be a welcoming addition to a bullpen that has struggled to find pitchers to set up star close Kenley Jansen.

Meanwhile, the Tigers add more prospects to their cupboard by plucking away three of the Dodgers top 30 prospects in number six prospect Danny Santana, number 15 prospect Tony Gonsolin, number 27 prospect Sterling Heredia as well as another player or international bonus pool money that can be used to sign an international prospect.

Santana did spectacularly at the AAA level last season as he posted a sub .200 opponent average, Gonsolin looks like he's on his way to being a serviceable starter at the big league level and Heredia has lots of developing to do, but he will get all the time he needs to work on his game.

Los Angeles Angels

To LAA: Castellanos and RP Greene

To DET: SS Luis Rengifo, P Jesus Castillo and three minor league players

The Angels always tend to be a mediocre team, but they are looking to hopefully end that this year as they've signed a bunch of high-risk, high-reward players that could pay off really well if those players do well.

They should definitely add more of a proven player to their roster which is where Castellanos would come in.

The Angels have a set outfield that consists of Upton, Trout and Calhoun. If the Halos were to acquire Castellanos, he would go back to his previous position of the third base which would shift Cozart to second base where he would be a better fit. Castellanos would bat a spot or two behind Trout which would give him a ton of opportunities for RBIs. Castellanos would signal that the Angels are going for a wild-card spot this season and he would be able to give them a legitimate shot at clinching one of the two spots. Greene would be a huge addition to the Angels bullpen just like any relief pitcher would to the Angels very thin bullpen.

Greene could very well serve as the Angels closer as they are currently without any set closer if the season were to start today.

In return, the Tigers would get the Angels number 10 prospect Luis Rengifo, number 12 prospect Jesus Castillo and three minor league players that have a chance of contributing at the major league level. Across three minor league levels, Rengifo slashed .299/.399/.452 with 41 stolen bases. He also collected 150 hits while only striking out 75 times. Another valuable asset that comes with Rengifo is that he has the ability to play multiple positions across the diamond. Rengifo can be compared to Ben Zobrist with his contact before power approach at the plate and the fact that he has the ability to play multiple positions.

The Tigers have three potential aces in their farm system with Manning, Mize and Faedo all projecting to be top of the rotation arms in the future. Castillo could slot in the right behind them in the future which would give the Tigers a potentially strong rotation in the future and could bring back memories of when the Tigers had Scherzer, Price, Verlander and Anibal Sachez in their rotation.

Cleveland Indians

To CLE: Castellanos and RP Drew VerHagen

To DET: SS/3B Yu Chang, P Luis Oviedo and one minor league player

The loss of multiple players has depleted the Indians and they have yet to make any major additions to their roster. They've lost their all-star outfielder Michael Brantley, and if the season were to start today, they'd have one of the worst outfields in the league.

Castellanos would give the Indians a strong outfielder that can thrive in an everyday role, especially with how thin the Indians current outfield is. Castellanos played exactly 157 games in both 2017 and 2018 which is a good sign showing that he can remain healthy for the outfield hungry Indians. VerHagen would give the Indians an arm to add to their bullpen after it's lost their two main relief pitchers in Miller and Allen. VerHagen has nowhere near the skill level that Miller or Allen posses but the Indians are in need of arms in their bullpen. VerHagen posted an opponent average of .222 in 41 appearances in 2018.

The Tigers would be getting the Indians' number six prospect Yu Chang and number 10 prospect, Luis Oviedo.

The Tigers would be able to take on a high ranked prospect who's blocked by two superstar players in his current organization. Chang can potentially hit 25 home runs at the big league level along with playing solid defense at third base with his strong arm. Oviedo did fantastic at the single-A level last season by posting a 2.05 E.R.A. with a .190 opponent average. He isn't expected to reach the big leagues till 2021 and will have time to develop into the best pitcher he can be in the minors until he is ready to be called up.

New York Mets

To NYM: Castellanos

To DET: 2B/SS Gavin Cecchini and one of P Eric Hanhold or P Bobby Wahl

With the recent moves made by the Mets, it's clear that the Mets are going for it this year and could very well win the NL East depending on the moves they do the rest of the offseason.

The Mets could use a corner infielder, and one option could be to go after Kyle Seager, but a cheaper option could be to go after Castellanos which is probably the better and smarter move.

The Mets currently have Todd Frazier entrenched at the hot corner, but if the Mets were to acquire Castellanos, Castellanos could go back to his old position, and Frazier would go across the diamond to play first. This would then move Dominic Smith to the bench who has struggled in every opportunity given to him at the major league level.

The Tigers would land the Mets number 16 prospect Gavin Cecchini and one of Eric Hanhold who's the Mets number 26 prospect or Bobby Wahl who is the Mets number 28 prospect.

In the minors in 2018, Cecchini slashed .301/.347/.469 while playing solid defense. The Tigers would also be able to get one of Hanhold or Wahl who are both projected to be quality major league relievers.