These players may only bring in a low-level prospect or cash considerations but may be worth moving.
Worth PTBNL or Cash: Dwight Smith Jr., Hanser Alberto, Keon Broxton & Miguel Castro
Dwight Smith Jr. has finally shown some of the potential that made him a first-round selection of the Toronto Blue Jays in 2013. So far this season, Smith has hit nine home runs, drove in 31 runs and is batting .264. Though his defense in the outfield is shaky Smith would be a perfect bench-bat and spot starter for a contending team which should lead a team to give a little to get him.
Hanser Alberto had his chances to play with the Texas Rangers but never could produce in his three seasons down south as he was often on the Rangers minor league shuttle. In 2019 however, he has found a home on the Baltimore bench batting .302 with 14 RBI’s while playing all over the infield. He could help improve a contending teams bench which could land the O’s cash or a low-level prospect.
Keon Broxton has been an Oriole for less than a week but already has more home runs than he did in almost two months with the Mets in 2019. Broxton plays above average defense in the outfield and when his bat is hot can knock the ball out of the ballpark every at-bat thus, it would come as no surprise if the O’s are able to get something for him come the trade deadline.
Finally, Miguel Castro could bring back a small return despite his ERA above seven. He has high potential and could one day become a trusted late-inning reliever, which could lead to a team taking a flyer on him.