Thursday, May 21, 2009

Mariners Should Shop Branyan

Mariners first baseman Russell Branyan's trade value has never been higher. Branyan, who is a career .234 hitter, is hitting .305 with 10 home runs and a .379 on-base percentage. Branyan's 1.4 million dollar contract makes him much more desirable to a team like the Mets, who will be with out Carlos Delgado for two months.

The Mariners should look to unload Branyan if they fall out of contention. They could probably land a prospect with some potential by the way he is playing.

This story was approved by MLB Rumors.

1 comment:

waldo7239117 said...

In my opinion teams that no there not going to make the playoffs should see a player while there stock is high. The Mets might look at him but there more interested in Mark Derosa of the Indians.