C+ prospects don't move the needle on a trade.
Problem with c+ is that there are two types of guys here. Guys like Badoo last year, for instance, who had upside, but a lot of question marks. Suddenly, Badoo is much higher now b/c of how well he's adjusted. The upside is still there. The other side is guys who are more of the sure thing with modest (if any at all) upside. I wouldn't say that they won't move the needle, but having guys like that is a requirement as they are the types that get thrown in to mitigate risk in a trade. Gordon may be the centerpiece of a trade that brings back pitching. Several of those C+ guys go along, in large part, to mitigate risk of Gordon failing.