The Dodgers entered the season with one of the deepest rotations in Major League Baseball, but due to a combination of injuries and Trevor Bauer being placed on leave, LA finds itself in a position where they’re going to need to add starting pitching depth. We discuss the possibility of the Dodgers pursuing a trade for Kansas City Royals lefty, Danny Duffy.
Next, we break down Duffy’s season so far, his injury concerns and where he’d slot into LA’s rotation.
Plus, MLB Insider Joel Sherman reported that with his no trade protection, Duffy would prefer to be traded to a team on the west coast if the Royals wanted to move him. We tell you why the Dodgers would easily be the most attractive west coast destination for Duffy.
The left-hander has a 2.53 ERA over 57 innings in 12 games (11 starts) this season. Over his 11 year career with Kansas City, he’s recorded a 3.95 ERA in more than 1,100 innings. Importantly, the 2015 World Series champion is eligible to be a free agent for the first time after the season, so the Dodgers wouldn’t be tied to any long term contract.
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