The Los Angeles Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds have been connected as potential trade partners. Here are two possible deals the two sides could agree on.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have not yet made any significant moves during the Winter Meetings (at the time of writing this) with the meetings ending on Dec. 13.
While the Dodgers have not yet pulled the trigger on any move, in particular, the team has been included in a lot of speculation with different paths. There have been trade talks for Corey Kluber, connections to Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, potential roster moves and the fact that nobody on this roster seems safe.
Andrew Friedman is certainly up to something and the first move he makes might be with the Cincinnati Reds.
Ken Rosenthal first reported that the two sides are in potential trade discussions, initially revolving around Yasiel Puig and Alex Verdugo. However, since the first report, the potential discussions have taken several different twists with a lot of different things in play for both sides.
We will get into the different paths as we go through the possible trade scenarios for the Dodgers. The Reds are naturally a great trade partner for the Dodgers because of the different ways this deal could go and the fact that both sides have something to offer the other.
Here are two different trades we could see the Los Angeles Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds agreeing to in the near future.