Trade #1: Three team trade with the St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays, and Cleveland Indians
Start with a blockbuster, huh? Stroman and Giles are attractive pitchers for this type of re-tool due to their extended contractual control. They fit the bill for competing next year, while also improving upon what is currently in St. Louis.
The Indians need outfield help more than any team in baseball. That makes two big-hitting corner outfielders that much more attractive. This would solve a big need in Cleveland, without completely selling off the future.
Toronto gets the big haul they desire for their best pitchers. Reyes is a former top prospect with an electric fastball and knee-buckling curveball. Slowed by injuries, a change of scenery may be just what he needs.
Freeman (Indians #3, MLB #86 prospect) is a 20-year old bat first middle infielder who is currently in A ball. Oviedo (Indians #8) is a hard-throwing right-handed starter with three reliable secondary pitches. He is also currently in A ball. Lastly, Chang (Indians #11) is a right-handed SS/3B power bat. Currently in AAA, Chang has the potential to hit for power at a premium position.