There’s a proven closer in the NL East that can definitely be had, but teams could be more interested in trading for one of the division’s other relievers.
This guy’s name: Drew Storen.
Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com reported in January that the Washington Nationals would like to trade the right-hander, whose career has been riding a string of ups and downs ever since he saved 43 games in 2011. But, since he’s still only 26 years old and under club control through 2016, the Nationals could be able to find some takers once bullpen needs become more clear during the spring.
MLB Lead Writer Zachary D. Rymer is here to break down Storen’s trade candidacy, from what about him will attract teams to what might repel teams to which teams he could land with in a trade.
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