Here are 7 potential Juan Soto trade proposal

With news dropping last week that Juan Soto had reportedly turned down a 15-year, $440 million contract, the baseball world was turned on its head

All of a sudden, one of the premier players in MLB could be on the trading block, with more than two full seasons of team control remaining.

While it’s not a guarantee he will be shipped out of Washington this season, a move is looking more and more likely.

It would probably make sense for all 29 other teams to be in on the charismatic 23-year-old outfielder, but only a handful of teams are realistic landing spots, given the money and prospects likely required.

There’s also almost no precedent for a player of Soto's caliber being dealt while this young and at this point in his career.

The Marlins' trade of Miguel Cabrera to the Tigers following his age-24 season in 2007 might be the closest comp. 

In that one, Detroit made out extraordinarily well by acquiring Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis for a six-prospect package headlined by outfielder Cameron Maybin and lefty Andrew Miller. 

Those two both went on to have success during lengthy MLB careers, but Cabrera was a franchise-changing addition for the Tigers, who signed him to an extension and still have him on the roster almost 15 years later.

With all that in mind, MLB.com saddled seven writers with the tall task of submitting Soto trade proposals from clubs that stand out initially as possible destinations

Kim Kadarshian-  The Undercover Lover