Chicago Cubs: Patrick Wisdom
Wisdom is also a three-true-outcome hitter. He is entering arbitration for the first time in his career, and has three years of team control left.
The Cubs are team that could be big spenders this offseason, especially after poaching manager Craig Counsell from the Brewers. They could look to upgrade at third base, which could make Wisdom expendable.
Cincinnati Reds: Jonathan India
India's name has been all over the trade rumor mill. It really feels like he's going to get moved this offseason.
He's a former rookie of the year who has struggled with injuries and inconsistency over the past two years. If the Tigers can unlock the 2021 version of him, he could be a great acquisition.
Milwaukee Brewers: Willy Adames
Rumor has it that the Brewers are willing to listen to offers on pretty much everyone on their roster. Ken Rosenthal reported that a few days ago. While we would love for the Tigers to go after someone like Corbin Burnes, the Brewers are likely to ask for the moon for him in return.
Instead, we'll take a look at former Tigers prospect Willy Adames. He's coming off a down year with the bat, hitting .217 with a 94 wRC+, but his defense was so good that he was still worth 3.4 fWAR.
He was one more year left on his deal, so he may just be a rental. He's also a shortstop, so unless the Tigers plan on moving Javier Baez to second base, they'd have to find another spot for him. But he would an interesting add, for sure.
Pittsburgh Pirates: Mitch Keller
The first starting pitcher on the list, Keller has slowly gotten better over the last few years. He pitched a career-high 194.1 innings this past year, which is something you don't see a whole lot anymore.
The Pirates have a long history of trading guys before they get too expensive. He's got two years of team control left, so the Tigers would get him for two years to figure out whether or not they want to give him an extension.
Scott Harris has said the Tigers are looking for pitching this offseason, and Keller could be a nice trade candidate.
St. Louis Cardinals: Tyler O'Neill
If you've been following my work for a while, you know I'm a big fan of Tyler O'Neill. He's fallen out of favor in St. Louis and has one year left on his deal. He's in desparate need of a change of scenery, and the Cardinals are in desparate need of pitching.
Get on the phone, Scott. Send them Spencer Turnbull for O'Neill.