SS Corey Sea­ger and RHP Julio Urias Los An­ge­les Dodgers

The Washington Post Sunday - - SPORTS -

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.

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