The Phils already have a logjam in the outfield thanks to the Carlos Santana acquisition, moving Rhys Hoskins to left, and this admittedly does nothing to solve that. But Yelich could surely help speed up their rise in the National League East. Sorry, Marlins fans, you’re not getting Hoskins. But Nick Williams (above) slides right into the Marlins’ outfield, and Mickey Moniak, the No. 1 overall pick in 2016, is the key to the deal, keeping the Phils from having to give up prized right-hander Sixto Sanchez or prospects Scott Kingery and J. P. Crawford who could both be in the infield this year. Moniak and Alfaro both rank in MLB Pipeline’s Top 100.

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