Dodgers Rumors: LA in on Trading for Twins Jose Berrios & Royals Danny Duffy

We’re just days away from the July 30th MLB trade deadline and with the Los Angeles Dodgers in need of starting pitching help, it was only a matter of time before you’d hear LA surface in trade rumors. We dive into the latest MLB trade rumors that have the Dodgers reportedly interested in making moves for Minnesota Twins right-hander, Jose Berrios, and Kansas City Royals lefty, Danny Duffy.

We break down what possible deals for Berrios and Duffy would look like and if they are the right fits for LA’s starting rotation. Plus, why Dodgers President of Baseball Operations, Andrew Friedman should go all-in on trying to win a World Series in 2021.


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Written by Doug McKain


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  1. Although their 2021 numbers are a little better, we are looking at a starter with a lifetime ERA+ of 106 and a reliever with a lifetime ERA+ of 110. Hard not to feel all warm and fuzzy about those potential additions.

  2. I agree. I still think if Clayton comes back all the way we are good to go with 4 starters for the playoffs, as you only need 4. The problem is, no one knows what happens beyond July 30. 2 full months of regular season is an eternity before playoffs start

  3. The only guy they are talking about that i am confident is better than Price and Gonsolin is Scherzer. I’m fine giving Gray some starts til Kershaw gets back, he has good stuff and is poised. Only issue is depth to cover any injuries so if they can find someone on the cheap for depth, go for it. I’d rather see a major bullpen piece like Kimbrell, those blown saves to the Giants doesn’t bode well for the post season.

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