Funny how the best 3B out of your options wasn't even mentioned in the title, haha.
Sandoval is no sure thing--I would NOT take the risk that returns to his 2009 form.
Reynolds is a legit option, and will certainly have power numbers, but the K numbers (and thus lack of hits that aren't home runs/AVG) will be a downer.
Alvarez is good, and the Pittsburgh lineup probably won't be as brutal as it was last year. He'll have power numbers for sure, and his average will probably be higher than the other 2 guys.
However, I just think McGehee has proven over the last 2 years that he is a great hitter, and will continue to benefit from being behind Braun/Fielder in that lineup, and put up great RBI numbers. He'll have a .285 average, and hit enough HRs that he won't be put to shame by the other 3.
So for me the "safe" pick is McGehee, while the "risky but worth it" pick would be Alvarez/Reynolds. Why gamble on Sandoval going back to 2009 if you have those other 3 options?
(In reference to an Aaron Hill for David Price swap)
mpieco wrote: You're my new hero if that gets accepted.
Trade accepted! Thanks for the help!