As Trevor Story’s contract expires after the 2021 campaign, the Rockies may explore trading him if they don’t feel like they can get him to agree to a contract extension. He’s in a similar situation with his team as Arenado is.
Appearing in all but one game this season, he slashed .289/.355/.519 with 68 hits and 11 home runs. Throughout his career, he’s slashed .277/.343/.535 with 134 home runs. He can also run too as he’s stolen 80 bases in his career. Over the past two seasons, he’s blossomed into a high-quality player with consecutive all-star appearances and Silver Slugger awards.
Like Arenado, Story has benefited from playing half his games at the high altitude of Coors Field as he tends to do better at home than on the road which can be seen from his home/road splits. But that doesn’t matter when it comes to defence which he tends to do well at (career .980 fielding percentage).
If the Blue Jays were to acquire Story, they would most likely give him playing time at shortstop with Bichette most likely being shifted over to second base and Biggio would have to play elsewhere on the field.
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