The Los Angeles Dodgers aren't content with their roster as is heading into the long offseason ahead, so they are reportedly trying to facilitate a makeover via trade.
According to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal, the Los Angeles Dodgers are trying to deal away either Matt Kemp, Carl Crawford, or Andre Ethier to any and all willing bidders:
Sources: #Dodgers aggressively trying to move Kemp, Crawford or Ethier. Puig not in play.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 10, 2014
Despite coming on production-wise at the end of the 2014 MLB season, outfielder Matt Kemp was the subject of major trade rumors most of the season. However, Kemp's massive contract has five years and over $100 million left on it, seemingly making a trade nearly impossible.
The other two outfielders noted by Ken Rosenthal, Carl Crawford and Andre Ethier, are also due big bucks over the next few years - making it tough for the Dodgers to find a suitor for players in their 30s that have seemingly been underproducing compared to the value of their contracts.
Regardless, the Los Angeles Dodgers are seemingly going all-in to offload at least one of the 30-something trio - signaling that we could be in for an interesting offseason ahead when it comes to the goings-on in Dodgerland.
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