Tim Cates shares several options for the Dodgers to trade for as the deadline approaches at the end of the month.
Here is the complete list below:
He is 33 years old and only has one more year left on his team-friendly contract. Gibson is also having a career year and is on pace to be one of the finalists for the AL Cy Young award.
The team is 20 games under .500 at the All-Star break, meaning it is just a matter of time before the Rangers tie the longest streak of losing seasons since the franchise moved to Texas in 1972.
This might be the best option for the Dodgers at the deadline.
Max Scherzer will become a free agent at the end of the 2021 season. Will the Dodgers be willing to give up a lot for a player that could possibly be a rental.
He has displayed remarkable consistency across his career and with just a year and a half to go before he hits free agency, the Twins could be looking to move on from him in this trade deadline.
It would be somewhat pricey to get him since other teams could get in a bidding war for him.
The 27-year-old righty has only thrown 139.2 innings in the Major Leagues, but has 93 strikeouts compared to only 22 walks in 92.1 innings this season. Brubaker could potentially be a weapon out of the bullpen come playoff time for Los Angeles the same way Nathan Eovaldi was for the Red Sox in their championship run of 2018.
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