Brewers Outfielder Domingo Santana is drawing interest from teams around the league.
But Adam McCalvy of MLB.com noted it’d take a sizeable haul for the Brewers to trade him as he quoted GM Stearns:
"“It’s natural when you have depth at any position to get calls on players at this positions. So that’s what happens,” Stearns said. “But it’s also natural that if we’re going to even consider trading someone who is such an important part of our team, we are going to expect a sizable return.”"
The Brewers already have a stackd outfield-with Lewis Brinson, Keon Broxton, Brett Phillips, and Ryan Braun. The Brewers need help in their starting rotation and currently Santana serves as their best bargaining chip to acquire that much needed help.
Last season Santana batted .278 with 30 home runs, 85 runs batted in, .371 on-base percentage and an .875 OPS. As Brew Crew Ball of SB Nation notes that any deal including Santana would likely return a known Major League player or MLB-ready player in return for Santana.