No. 1 trade partner for Brandon Marsh: Miami Marlins
Bowden also says that the Angels have "talked to the Miami Marlins about their pitching." We don't know exactly what that means because he didn't name names, but if it's for a huge prize like Trevor Rogers for instance, Marsh is going to absolutely have to be traded. He's the top trade piece on this team, and he's going to be needed if the Marlins are going to give us an All-Star like that.
It's similar if Miami is willing to trade us a blue chip prospect like an Edward Cabrera or a Max Meyer. If they are going to give us an elite prospect, they're AT LEAST going to want the best of what we've got too.
All in all, this is what the Halos get for not developing a good farm. We don't have a ton of trade bait due to our farm being so bad. Therefore, we may have to part ways with a player we've been excitedly developing for the last five years.
If we really can net a huge pitching name, however, it very well may be worth it. Hopefully, we can acquire pitching AND keep Marsh at the same time.