[IBL] NJR Trade Flyer

Mike Monostra monostram1 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 22 22:24:08 EDT 2019

NJR has a few players available that may interest rebuilding teams for the

DET Greene - Need a closer for next year? Greene may have one of the better
cards in the set. Opponents hitting just .153 off of him and he's got a
career-high strikeout rate at 28% so far. Both Greene and Neris (see below)
are on pace to reach usage this year.

PHI Neris - Was having an outstanding year like Greene, but has come back
down to earth lately. Opponents hitting just .204 and he's striking out
more than 30% of the hitters he's faced so far. Good option if you play in
a pitcher's park and can swallow the extra deep flies on his card.

SF Samardzija - His strikeout rate, walk rate and opponent BA are in the
neighborhood of his 2016 MLB season, so check his IBL 2017 for a very rough
idea of what you might get. Not an ace by any means, but if you're looking
for an innings eater to fill out the rotation for a playoff contender in
2020, Samardzija is a decent option. His IBL2019 card is really bad, so I
haven't pitched him yet - he'll need 156 BF to make usage.

TOR Smith - Started season off strong in LF for Baltimore, but has slumped
lately. OPS was still above .700 for all of the first half. Available for a
fairly cheap price if you'd like to take a flyer.

LAA Calhoun - Has a lousy card this year, but he's bounced back with a .791
OPS and is typically a D or E defender in RF each year. We currently need
him this year for defense and I have no problem bringing him back for 2020,
but I'm willing to deal him if I get a better IBL2019 RF card either in
return or in another deal.

What we need:
Relief pitching - Looking for a decent late inning guy and maybe a LH as
Upgrades, particularly at RF or SS.
Bench bats.
One more injury insurance starting pitcher

We're also willing to trade any of the above for picks as well as trade
picks away - all of our picks are up for discussion except SFP#1 unless you
really really blow me away with an offer.

NJR Mike
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