i think you make the second deal easy. i'd be surprised if the other owner does
AJ is a 280 hitter rest of year. Soriano is a 280 hitter rest of year. so the biggest perceived difference - avg - is not as bad as it seems. Hamilton / dunn will go 285 / 260 most likely.
both AJ and Soriano have ridiculous BABIPs that will come down to earth and when they do they're gonna hit cold spells (like AJ is already doing).
you lose on the pitching side slightly, greinke is def better than felix, esp this year. BUT you get a 30 homer guy and a 40 homer guy without giving up ONE 30 homer guy. that's a steal. your lineup doesn't have a lot of power either so this seems good for you. i'd be surprised if it gets accepted.
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