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FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal on the Diamondbacks, Indians, Rockies and Blue Jays.
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The following baseball report is presented by Pizza -- Bring great jobs to the table. Usually a team needs to fall out of contention before they talk about trading a starting pitcher. But the Diamondbacks are not just any team. Note the and they've got another big young on Tyler's -- at double play. So don't be surprised at the there are people in that organization who believe that our has the best stuff of anyone in the organization. Right now. Jeremy Guthrie is another starter who is likely to be in play. The Rockies are looking at some of their younger pitchers. They've got four regular -- set to come back in early June. The team's thinking of trading potential free agents might wanna act sooner rather than later. Seem a little bit more money and get a little bit better return. Remember I didn't see the a potential free agents or not as valuable as trade chips as they once wore. In order to qualify for draft pick compensation. A player needs to be with his team the entire season. So potential free agent who has traded you're not gonna get a draft pick back for him if you lose. Right handed hitter and another starting pitcher. They still have no idea whether they will see the pitcher previously known as Fausto Carmona this season. The problem for the Indians is that they rank dead last in attendance in the majors. In fact they are -- class by almost 5000 per game trailing the Oakland -- And what this means is that -- likely can't increase payroll significantly. I'll have to ask for cashed in deals that require them to give a better prospects in return. Know the answer because the -- deep in prospects. They could be a potentially strong buyer at the deadline. Think about Toronto could be in play for Zack Greinke if the Brewers make him available. They can even get involved for Matt Garza if Garza's contract talks with the Cubs breakdown and he gets out on the trade market. East is more up for grabs than at any point in recent years. Jays entered Saturday with the run differential of plus 34. That was second in the American League only to the Texas Rangers.