Paul Goldschmidt Zack Greinke Diamondbacks
Paul Goldschmidt #44 and Zack Greinke #21 of the Arizona Diamondbacks pose with their golden glove awards before the opening day MLB game against the Colorado Rockies at Chase Field on March 29, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

The Arizona Diamondbacks could have a very different roster in the 2019 MLB season. Patrick Corbin and A.J. Pollock might leave in free agency, and the team appears open to dealing their two best players that are still under contract.

According to the latest trade rumors, Arizona has explored the possibility of moving both Paul Goldschmidt and Zack Greinke. Multiple teams have made offers for the first baseman, and the Diamondbacks reportedly want to deal the pitcher and his lucrative contract.

Goldschmidt will be a free agent after next season. Greinke has three years left on his record-setting six-year, $206.5 million contract.

The Philadelphia Phillies are considered to be top suitors for Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, but they reportedly tried to make Goldschmidt their first big acquisition of the offseason. According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, the Yankees tried to deal Justus Sheffield for Goldschmidt before trading the pitching prospect to the Seattle Mariners.

It should take a lot for Arizona to trade Goldschmidt. The 31-year-old is among MLB’s most consistent hitters, posting three top-three NL MVP finishes from 2013-2017. Goldschmidt was sixth in the 2018 MVP voting after hitting .290/.389/.533.

Greinke will be more difficult to move because he just turned 35 years old and has a base salary of at least $31.5 million in each of the next three seasons. The right-hander had a 3.21 ERA and a 1.08 WHIP in 2018. He’s made the All-Star team with an ERA no worse than 3.21 in four of the last five seasons.

According to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal, the Diamondbacks don’t want to trade Goldschmidt and Greinke in the same deal.

Arizona missed the playoffs last season with an 82-80 record. They last won an NLDS game in 2007.