Do you trade for an established player, or trade for a prospect with huge potential?
That’s the question reportedly splitting the baseball industry in regards to the Tampa Bay Rays’ just-completed trade which sent out James Shields in return for uber-prospect Wil Myers. But that being said, as The Boston Globe’s Peter Abraham points out, the Rays always have a way of judging when players are ready to be shipped out, so perhaps they know something the rest of the baseball world doesn’t.
Check out Abraham and Tom Caron discussing Boston’s competition on Red Sox Now in the video above.
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