SS Corey Seager and RHP Julio Urias Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers not only have the most capital to spend in terms of actual dollars— because they have given no indication that payroll matters — but they have a topheavy crop of young players (that includes rookie center fielder and all-star Joc Pederson) from which to deal. Seager, 21, advanced from Class AA to AAA, where he is hitting .283 and has eight homers in 65 games. He is in line to replace Jimmy Rollins next year but could bring anyone on the market— Cole Hamels and his three remaining years under contract included— in return. Urias is just 18, but has already advanced to Class AA. In 185 2/3 professional innings, almost all against players older than him, he has 231 strikeouts. The consensus: Both Seager and Urias remain with the Dodgers.