Yes, but he's crazy overpaid for an all glove no stick guy. Almost $8 mil for that glove
And in 2/3 of the season so far, he's already been worth $9M. I wouldn't call that crazy overpaid.
Anyway, I'm disappointed because I went to bed hearing Clement/Morrow for Brignac/Kazmir, so Snell/Wilson is a bit of a letdown.
As far as the actual deal goes, I think this is mostly a deal for next year. Shortstop has been a huge black hole and Wilson fixes that. Snell has proven himself capable of being a good major league starter and definitely needed a change of scenery. He'll fit in well behind Felix in the rotation whenever he's called up (presumably after Washburn is traded). And with Pittsburgh throwing in $3.5M or so it basically makes Wilson free this year (or half price next year) so that's nice too.
Clement is basically a big sell low at this point, because over the past year he's basically shown that he won't stick at catcher (his knees are basically already shot and when he's been healthy enough to play he has not been good) and he may not hit enough to stick at 1B or DH. If he figured out how to hit lefties he'll be ok but it's not like he was ever an elite bat, he was simply considered elite because he was a pretty good bat who happened to play catcher. Cedeno looks more like a utility guy every day. The pitchers were all members of the single A rotation. I think including 3 might have pushed it into a slight overpay, but none of the guys were thought of as great prospects. Interesting arms, sure, but not great prospects.
All in all, it was a decent deal that filled a couple of pretty serious holes on the major league roster. There's always a chance that Wilson gets moved again, and I'd like to see what Z does with Washburn and everyone else before Friday before I make a final judgment.