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Postseason Pushers With Pitching Arms Available

As MLB is now at the halfway point, teams are pushing to earn spots in the Wild Card, but what teams have pitching arms available? Some MLB teams hope to make the postseason but simultaneously have supplemental pitching that they are willing to spare.

Postseason Pushers With Pitching Arms Available

Pitching Arms Available From Teams Hoping To Make The Postseason

Rays Pitching Depth

The Tampa Bay Rays are currently at .500, pushing to make the postseason, and have already given up pitching. An outside-of-the-box trade was already made, sending RHP Aaron Civale to the Milwaukee Brewers for prospect Gregory Barrios, an infielder. The Rays were able to spare Civale because they are contenders for the postseason. Also, the Rays have arms to spare in their starting rotation because of the depth expanded over the seasons. Pitchers who have also been on the IL, such as Shane Baz and Jeffrey Springs, will be returning. The Rays have a luxury that other teams don’t have to offer. The most prominent position that teams are always looking to grab is starters. Especially starters with contracts and many years of possession left with their teams. These types of pitchers usually are the most targeted during the trade deadline. But the Rays are not lone wolves in the MLB pack willing to let go of their starters. Teams are also keeping a close eye on October baseball who are considering gambling their starters.

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