5. Keon Broxton
Broxton played 143 games for the Brewers in 2017, but only made 51 appearances in 2018. He’s still only 28 years old, under team control, and has skills that a Major League team can use. He posted a .254/.323/.421 slash line in Triple-A, and is only one year removed from a 20/20 season with the Brewers. He still has value, even if 2018 was a lost year for him.
There were trade rumors swirling around Broxton last year, so it makes sense that there’s smoke around him again this year. Broxton could get added to a trade package for a solid starter, or get flipped for a useful arm.