It might be a reach, but the Los Angeles Dodgers could be a possible landing spot for Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun. Braun has a no-trade clause and can veto a trade to most teams. The Dodgers aren’t on that list.
Fox Sports reported the idea of trading Braun is “becoming more realistic.” The 32-year-old outfielder has four years and more than $70 million left on his deal. However, the Los Angeles Angels were seen as a better fit.
The Dodgers could use a player like Braun, but when taking a look at the Dodgers outfield there is a huge log jam. Los Angeles will need to get rid of Carl Crawford or Joc Pederson in a potential trade.
Braun is hitting .333/.409/.577 with five homers and 18 RBI this year.