Need some more info here. If you're out of the running this year, then I wouldn't trade Hanley for the world. Hanley and Pujols are about as good as you can get for keepers, so if you're already looking to next year and you can only keep two, there simply ISN'T a trade that will make sense here.
On the other hand, if you're trying to win a championship this year and you think you can improve your team by moving Hanley while still having a decent keeper, then we have a different story. And even then, part of the answer to evaluating any trade will be weighing how hard you want to go after this year's championship versus how much you think not having Hanley as a keeper for next year will hurt you.
Braun and Utley are certainly excellent keeper options, too, so if you are still in contention for this year I think you can find a way to make it work. I'd prefer Utley as a keeper if it's just for next year, though if you have some sort of structure with long-term contracts then Braun's youth bumps him higher.
Utlimately, and this also depends on the other guy's roster and what he'd be after, I think you may as well make an offer for all the guys on his team that you want since you're giving up the best player in the deal here. Go after Braun, Nolasco AND Cain and see what you can make stick, balancing it out with your end of rotation guys.
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