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Milwaukee Brewers “have shown the most interest” in Sonny Gray, per report

July 16th, 2017 at 10:40 AM
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Trade rumors continue to swirl around the Milwaukee Brewers, who have maintained their 5.5 game lead in the NL Central by winning their first two games following the All-Star break. The Brewers were reportedly aggressive in their pursuit of Jose Quintana before he wound up being dealt to the Cubs, and it now sounds as though they have turned their attention to the other top arm available on the trade market.

According to a report from Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, David Stearns and the Brewers have “shown the most interest” in right-handed starter Sonny Gray of the Oakland Athletics. Cafardo says that Gray “could be the next big name to move before the trade deadline” and that Milwaukee has the prospects to make deal happen.

The Brewers do indeed have one of the top farm systems in the MLB and could certainly put an enticing package together for Gray, if they so desire. Outfielder Lewis Brinson is considered to be the crown jewel among a group that includes other MLB Pipeline top-100 prospects OF Corey Ray, RHP Luis Ortiz, SS/2B Isan Diaz, and LHP Josh Hader – though given …

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Tags: Buying at the trade deadline doesn’t mean"mortgaging the future"of the Milwaukee Brewers, MLB Pipeline top-100 prospects, Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe

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