Teams who may be interested in Cincinnati Reds starter Tyler Mahle

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Tyler Mahle held opposing hitters at a .298 slugging percentage and a meager .259 wOBA in all of the out-of-band box games hosted by the Great American Ball Park in 2021. Of the 127 Major League Baseball pitchers who pitched at least 50 innings at away stadiums last season, only five managed to post a more dominant wOBA than Mahle, and this group is something of a group who is who of the MLB pitching: Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, Max Scherzer, Charlie Morton and Walker Buehler.

That’s it.

Mahle, just 27, has a few seasons of relatively cheap team control left at the moment, and his arbitration salaries (under the current model) are expected to be around $15 million for those two years combined. Not bad for a guy who was rated 5.2 bWAR, 3.8 fWAR last season and whose spin rates continue to rank among the absolute best in the game. So it came as no surprise to hear the Toronto Blue Jays snooped on Mahle’s availability before owners in the sport locked teams out.

You should sniff. Mahle is a decidedly snoopy player.

With that in mind, this Friday we provided a partial list of professional baseball teams should be interested in enlisting the services of Tyler Mahle’s fine fine pitching arm:

Pittsburgh Pirates

Milwaukee Brewers

Chicago White Sox

Kansas City Royals

Minnesota twins

Detroit Tigers

Cleveland Guardian

New York Mets

Philadelphia Phillies

Miami Marlin

Washington Nationals

Atlanta Braves

Toronto Blue Jays

Boston Red Sox

New York Yankees

Tampa Bay Rays

Baltimore Orioles

Seafarers from Seattle

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim from California United States of America world

Houston Astros

Oakland Athletics

Texas Rangers

Colorado Rockies

Los Angeles Dodgers

San Diego Padres

San Francisco Giants

Arizona Diamondbacks

Yomiuri giants

Chunichi dragon

Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters

Tokyo Yakult Swallows

Hiroshima Toyo carp

Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks

Orix buffalo

Chiba Lotte Marines

Yokohama DeNa Bay Stars

Saitama Seibu Lions

Tohuku Rakuten Golden Eagles

Osaka Kintetsu buffalo

Doosan Bears

Samsung lions

SSG lander

LG twins

Hanwha eagle

Kia Tiger

Kiwoom heroes

KT Wiz

Lotte Riesen

NC dinosaurs

Lancaster Barnstomers

Long Island ducks

Southern Maryland blue crabs

Staten Island Ferry Hawks

York Revolution

Charleston Dirty Birds

Gastonia Honey Hunter

High point rockers

Lexington Legends

Wild health genomes

Aceros de Monclova

Algodoneros de Union Laguna

General deDurango

Mariachis de Guadalajara

Rieleros de Aguascalientes

Saraperos of Saltillo

Sultans of Monterrey

Tecolotes de los Dos Laredos

Toros of Tijuana

Bravos de Leon

Diablos Rojos del Mexico

El Aguila de Veracruz

Guerreros of Oaxaca

Leones de Yucatan

Olmecas de Tabasco

Pericos de Puebla

Pirates of Campeche

Tigers of Quintana Roo

DSS/Kinheim

Fast Amersfoort

Curacao Neptunus

L&D Amsterdam

Oosterhout twins

HCAW

silicon storks

Hoofddorp Pioneers

Ehime Mandarin Pirates

Kagawa Olive Guyners

Kochi fighting dogs

Tokushima Indigo Socks

Kanagawa future dreams

Ibaraki Astroplanet

Tochigi Golden Braves

Saitama Musashi heat bears

Fukushima Red Hopes

Gunma Diamond Pegasus

Niigata Albirex

Shinana Grandserows

Toyama GRN Thunderbirds

Ishikawa million stars

Fukui Wild Raptors

Ocean Shiga Blacks

Empire State Grays

Jackals from New Jersey

New York boulders

Ottawa Titans

Quebec Capitals

Sussex County miners

Tri-City ValleyCats

Trois Rivieres Aigles

Evansville Otter

Florence Y’alls

Gateway grizzlies

Joliet Slammer

Lake Erie Breaker

Shaumburg Boomers

Washington Wild Things

Windy City Thunderbolts

Adelaide Giants

Brisbane Bandits

Canberra Cavalry

Melbourne Aces

Perth Heat

Sydney Blue Sox

Auckland Tuatara

Geelong Korea

Unipol Sai Fortitudo

Collecchio baseball

Macerata Angel

Parma climate

Godo Baseball

San Marino Baseball

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