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Josh Bell Next Team Odds: Will the Nationals Decide to Trade Bell?

Josh Bell has been one of the best hitters on the Nationals this year. Will they move him at the trade deadline or keep him? Here's what the Josh Bell next team odds have to say about that.
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Josh Bell Next Team Odds: Will the Nationals Decide to Trade Bell?

Since joining the Washington Nationals, Josh Bell has bounced back nicely after a down year in 2020. Last year he hit 27 homers and had an .823 OPS on the season and so far in 2022 he has an .883 OPS to his name and is batting .305.

The Washington Nationals face a tough decision. Will they trade him at the MLB Trade Deadline, or instead will we see him stick it out with the Nationals? Here's what the Josh Bell next team odds have to say about that.

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Josh Bell Next Team Odds

TeamOddsImplied Chance
Stay with Nationals+15040%
Blue Jays+60014.29%
Red Sox+75011.76%

Stay With Nationals +150 (Bet $100 to win $150)

Oddsmakers are projecting Josh Bell to remain in Washington this year, giving him a 40% chance to stay with the team. The switch-hitting power bat has been great for Washington but is on the final year of his deal and the Nats are in last place in the National League East. If they're looking to sell a 23-year-old star, I'd have to imagine the 29-year-old on the expiring deal is also available.

When you're about to go into a rebuild, I'm not sure what the value of holding onto a player for the remainder of the year is. Even if they wanted to re-sign him as a free agent, you could always trade him and then bring him back like what the Yankees did with Aroldis Chapman in 2016.

Twins +275 (Bet $100 to win $275)

If Josh Bell is traded, the Minnesota Twins have the best chance to land him according to the Josh Bell next team odds. Minnesota is leading in the AL Central by three games. Bell would be a perfect fit at DH for this Twins team. Gary Sanchez and his .676 OPS has spent a majority of the season as their DH and it hasn't gone very well.

Obviously, Luis Arraez is someone you'd want to keep at first base with how well he's played this year but if this team is looking for a little more pop and consistency from the DH spot, Josh Bell is a relatively cheap option that could work extremely well as a rental.

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