The Yankees do not want to trade Clint Frazier.

It's understandable. There is nothing worse for an MLB team than trading a player or designating one for assignment and seeing them succeed with other teams.

The Astros still regret letting J.D. Martinez walk and New York could very well do the same if they trade Frazier.

But no matter how much the Yankees don't want to trade the 2013 No. 5 pick, absolutely no player in baseball is untradeable.

So who would the Yankees trade Frazier for? We took a shot at guessing who it might take, and also, who we doubt they would deal him for, and for good measure, who they might possibly deal him for.

Players the Yankees would want for Clint Frazier

Noah Syndergaard, pitcher, Mets

Yes, Syndergaard has underachieved this year. Yes, he struggles to stay healthy and has had difficulty adjusting to the game in 2019. But, he has already dominated in a World Series, he is just 26 years old, he has two years of team control remaining and still has some of the best stuff in all of MLB. New York would likely give up Frazier to get him, it's just a matter if the Mets make him available.