With the Arizona Diamondbacks sitting at 26-41 and 12.5 games out of 1st place in the NL West, it is obvious that they will be sellers when the trade deadline arrives. The Diamondbacks have already started trading players. They swapped Connor Jackson for minor league reliever Sam Demel on July 15th.

Another player that the Diamondbacks are rumored to be looking to move is Kelly Johnson. Johnson started off the year with a bang. He hit .313 with 9 home runs and 18 RBIs in the month of March. Over the past two months, he has come back down to earth hitting .250 with 4 home runs and 16 RBIs over that span.

Johnson is probably due for a bit more a regression throughout the course of the season. His ISO (slg %- avg) is .250 this year. Kelly has never posted an ISO greater than .180 in his career. Then again, at age 28, there is the chance that Johnson is having a breakout season. Either way, Johnson will provide above average offense from 2nd base.

It is well known the New York Mets have had issues at second base all season. With Luis Castillo on the disabled list, the Mets have turned to Ruben Tejada. While Tejada is solid defensively, he leaves something to be desired on offense. He is the third youngest player in the majors at 20 years old and still needs time to develop.

With the Mets looking more and more like a playoff team,… (to read the rest and find out who the Mets may trade click on the link below)

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