The San Diego Padres have already traded relievers Joaquin Benoit and Craig Kimbrel to the Seattle Mariners and Boston Red Sox, respectively, and right-hander Tyson Ross could be the next pitcher to depart, though the cost for teams showing interest will reportedly be steep. San Diego would consider trading the 28-year-old, but only in exchange for a "monster package," according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. The former second-round pick could provide interested parties with an intriguing top-of-the-rotation option if they fail to land one of the biggest free agents on the open market.
Report: Padres will only move Ross for 'monster package'
The Score | Nov 30