11:16 pm: Segura "and possibly another player" will go to the Phillies in exchange for trade package that includes Santana and Crawford, Ryan Divish the & # 39; Seattle Times reports. It is not clear whether Segura will remove the clause & # 39; no trade, although figures Divish Segura want to give the Mariners are rebuild. Nez Balelo, the agent & # 39; Segura, Heyman tells you to not precluded conclusion that his client will waive the clause & # 39; no trade. "If a deal makes sense Jean then he will consider and there are many variables to consider to waive his no full trade and move on, "Said Balelo.
10:40 pm: Segura is expected to waive the clause & # 39; to accommodate any trade agreement, reports & # 39; Jon Paul MOROSIN of & # 39; MLB.com (Twitter link).
9:59 pmThe two teams agreed to the trade "in principle", USA Today & # 39; s Bob Nightengale tweets. The deal will be announced on Monday, and will be part of Crawford's return to Seattle. There has been speculation that Carlos Santana you & # 39; is sent to the M & # 39; s to offset the money involved in the deal, as the case Jon Heyman of & # 39; Fancred, Although "Mariners may be resistant to that." Involvement & # 39; Santana adds a completely new aspect to this trade, because the first baseman is owed $ 35mm in the next two years. The Mariners took Jay Bruce and Anthony Swarzak Mets back to help make up for salary & # 39; Cano, however.
9:10 pm: The Phillies and Mariners are "f & # 39; serious talks" on trade sending shortstop Jean Segura for Philadelphia, the reports & # 39; the Athletic of & # 39; Ken Rosenthal (Twitter link). Segura have to waive the clause & # 39; no business to permit movement. Rosenthal writes that the M & # 39; s "shall [their] next deal lined up "after the trade & # 39; Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz an official, and since that treaty can & # 39; to be finalized Monday, indicating point & # 39; possible any movement & # 39; potential Segura. Yesterday, Rosenthal reported that Seattle had an interest in the prospect & # 39; top Phillies J.P. Crawford as part of a potential return to Segura.
Segura was first linked to the Phillies last week, and he was a popular figure in trade rumors since the Mariners move to way & # 39; wage cuts. The Yankees also had some interest in & # 39; Segura, while the Padres and Mariners have discussed a potential blockbuster that sent Segura and Mike Leake San Diego in exchange for wil Myers. B & # 39; slash .308 / .353 / .449 and 41 homers over the past three seasons, not surprising that Segura is generating such interest. He does not turn 29 until March, and is controlled through the 2022 season on a contract that pays $ 58mm on those four & # 39; seasons (including purchase & # 39; & # 39 $ 1mm of optionally a & # 39; club & # 39; $ 17mm for 2023).
Shortstop was an area of & # 39; a major problem for the Phillies in last season, Crawford has not shown as much in & # 39; limited MLB action, and super utility Scott Kingery also not produced in the position in the first season of his first championship. Manny Machado was speculating b & # 39; & # 39 as widely, as a key target for the Phillies winter, although in the case of & # 39; trade & # 39; Segura, Machado will be followed as a third baseman while Segura dealt shortstop.
Tackling & # 39; Segura is the latest shift in & # 39; review & # 39; pretty impressive roster orchestrated Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto, already negotiated James Paxton, Mike Zunino, Alex ColoméAnd (all but officially) and Diaz Cano f & # 39; less than four & # 39; weeks. Leake and Kyle SEAGER is also bought as Dipoto decide to go as far as & # 39; be a long term commitment to restore & # 39; put the M to return to contention in 2020 or 2021. These agreements already nnettjaw the Mariners significant amount of & # 39; young talent to assist their thin system, and more can & # 39; to be on the road through the Segura agreement, or Dipoto moving account more controllable talent like Mitch Haniger or Marco Gonzales. Crawford, for example, was a top 16 prospect consensus in sport (according to Baseball America and Baseball America) f & # 39; each of the last three seasons, although his relative lack of & # 39; success in Triple-A level.