- Jan 5, 2020
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So far we know that the Cubs won't offer 10 years and that they are looking for bargain deals. So I would put Houston as the front runner still, but we also know they won't offer 10 year either and their last offer was 5-6 years. So the Cubs would have to offer 4 years front loaded high AAV, and go at least 8 years to top the Stros.
Reportedly the Cubs are going to try to convince Correa to do 7 years at high AAV, with multiple opt outs for both sides.
A top 50 pitching prospect? San Diego would be completely nuts to do that, would love it if they did. But Hosmer contract dump is only worth an organizational top 20 at best, not a top 50 MLB ranking player.