MLB trades we'd like to see by Opening Day – ESPN

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With just a couple of weeks to go until the regular season, teams seem to be finalizing their rosters and depth charts. Not every team crossed every want off their list this offseason, but with a few moves, we can help shore up weaknesses or further the rebuilding process. To that end, here are 10 trades teams should consider making as we head toward Opening Day. Some are more realistic than others, and some might have to wait for the trade deadline, but a few of these aggressive moves now could shape expectations for the new season.

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The Giants’ active winter should have one more big move. After bringing in a couple of older stars in Evan Longoria and Andrew McCutchen, the team should try to get younger by trading for the 25-year-old Santana. Hunter Pence’s contract ends after this season, and Santana — whose bat was 25 percent above average in his breakout 2017 season — would provide a meaningful upgrade now and into

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