3. Alex Verdugo
The last outfielder on this list is Alex Verdugo, who arguably has the greatest chance of any single player on the 40-man roster to be traded this winter. Verdugo is the Dodgers top prospect and is within the top-25 prospects in the MLB.
With above average defending, an elite arm, speed and a bat that can slug up to 15 home runs and a high on-base percentage, Verdugo is the perfect example of a prospect that has a very high floor and is not much of a risk.
Verdugo spent an entire season in AAA OKC last season except for the short stints with the big league club and was arguably big league ready for the entire year. If things stay as they are, it is going to be hard to get Verdugo playing time unless the team can part ways with Pederson or maybe even Matt Kemp.
With that in mind, the Los Angeles Dodgers might be much more comfortable in dealing their top prospect and making him the center point of a minor leaguer trade package for Corey Kluber.
Adding Verdugo would be great for the Indians; he provides an option that can be an everyday starter in 2018 but still has a massive amount of upside. Unless the Dodgers are set on keeping Verdugo, chances are he will be traded if the Dodgers do add one of the Indians pitchers.