St. Louis Cardinals: Four players likely to be traded in 2020

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JUPITER, FLORIDA – MARCH 12: A detailed view of the Nike cleat worn by Kolten Wong #16 of the St. Louis Cardinals in action during the spring training game against the at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium on March 12, 2020 in Jupiter, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

We don’t know what the St. Louis Cardinals’ 2020 season may look like, but eventually, the roster freeze will end. Who is most likely to be traded?

This winter, it seemed the St. Louis Cardinals were just on the verge of making a significant trade. Whether it had been Nolan Arenado or another big fish, the Cardinals were involved in a lot of talks.

Unfortunately for fans, the team’s only trade was for 20-year-old Matthew Liberatore, who is a great get but isn’t an immediate impact player. The Cardinals dealt from a position of strength, sending outfielders Jose Martinez and Randy Arozarena back to Tampa Bay.

The outfield is still a position of surplus for the team, but it’s not the only one. While all rosters are frozen right now, the freeze will thaw eventually, and the Cardinals will look to see what they have in their current team. When the team does decide to make trades, which players are most likely to be dealt during the season?

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