Gattis appeared in a career-high 108 games in his second season in the majors in 2014, but has never made an appearance at left field for the Braves. Manager Fredi Gonzalez indicated at the end of the season that Gattis could be an option to play left field at the start of the 2015 season.Analysis:
The Padres are looking to make trades to upgrade their offense. Starting pitchers Ian Kennedy, Andrew Cashner and Tyson Ross are also rumored to be on the trading block.Analysis:
Cervelli turned out a strong season in limited work. The 28-year-old hit .301/.370/.432 over 146 at-bats. Cervelli was limited by a hamstring injury and migraines during the year. The Pirates will send over 27-year-old pitcher Justin Wilson, according to the New York Post. Wilson posted a 4.20 ERA over 60 innings last year.Analysis:
Molina received his seventh straight Gold Glove award for his work behind the plate this season, and he'll add another trophy to the mantle after Friday's announcement. Molina was charged with just two errors in his 107 games this season.Analysis:
Hector Sanchez entered last year as the team's backup, but missed a chunk of the year due to two separate concussions. Susac hit .273 over 88 at-bats in limited time with the club.Analysis:
Monell spent time with the Orioles and Dodgers last season. He hit .238/.301/.364 over 206 at-bats in Triple-A.Analysis:
"They've definitely put him out there," a source with a rival club said.
New Diamondbacks general manager Dave Stewart didn't deny listening to offers when asked about the subject over the weekend. FOX Sports was first to report Montero as being a potential trade candidate.
"With Montero, like any of our players, people have called and asked about him," Stewart said Sunday. "My job organizationally is to listen to what teams are talking about in regard to our players. If there is a deal that makes us better, then we have to, as a team, listen to it and see how it makes us better and if it makes us better."
It seems the Diamondbacks are looking to acquire a starting pitcher in a trade involving Montero.
"Any move that we make has to better our rotation," he said. "But what has to be understood is that everybody is looking for pitching and nobody wants to give it up."Analysis: