7 potential trade targets for the SF Giants
6. The SF Giants could target Trey Mancini
While the Giants offense has been putting up great numbers, they've been far too inconsistent this year, and adding a middle of the order power bat like the Orioles Trey Mancini could go a long way to helping cure that.
Unfortunately for Baltimore, they remain in a seemingly endless rebuild, and while moving Mancini won't get them a load of top prospects back, the Giants would need to give up something of value.
In 2021, Trey hit 21 home runs, and while the power is a bit down in 2022, he is hitting over .300 to start the season, and is just the player around lefties Brandon's Belt and Crawford, Joc Pederson and Mike Yastrzemski that the Giants need.
7. The SF Giants should target Josh Bell
One thing the Giants are desperately lacking in 2022 is the power stroke we saw in 2021, and while Joc Pederson is carrying the load, this lineup needs some thump, preferably with major versatility.
While Josh Bell certainly isn't the player he once was, having someone that can hit from both sides of the plate, while providing great offense from first base/DH, it's a no-brainer for the Giants.
Bell is only on the books until seasons end, so the Giants won't be looking to give up too much, and if they can get Bell to cover the injury situation with Brandon Belt and the inconsistencies in this lineup, they'd be wise to do just enough to pry him from Washington.