Originally Posted by Tragg
Because he has upside. WE know what De Aza's upside is and it's pretty average. I'd look to deal De Aza first; it's easier to determine his value and should be able to fashion some win/win trade.
I guess the question is whether an actual average player has more value than a poor player with supposed upside.
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