2. Kansas City Royals
The Kansas City Royals might be everybody’s dark horse candidate to make the playoffs this season, but they won’t be advancing past the Wild Card or Divisional Round if they don’t acquire another bat to complement the likes of Whit Merrifield, Jorge Soler and Hunter Dozier.
Luckily for KC, Frazier to make one of the two corner outfield positions his own, with most of the infield locked down with versatile weapons.
You just know that the Yankees will have their eyes on touted lefty Kris Bubic, the Royals’ No. 6 overall prospect. However, if they feel that isn’t enough of a haul for a player of Frazier’s caliber, New York could easily ask for No. 18 overall prospect, shortstop Jeison Guzman, in addition to Bubic.
After all, two top-20 youngsters is likely what it’s going to take for any team to pry Frazier from the reigning AL East champs.