The Dodgers’ Six Biggest Trade Acquisitions of the Last Six Years
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The Dodgers have been one of the best teams in baseball over the last six seasons, making two World Series appearances and winning the NL West for six-straight seasons.
This has not been an accident. Shrewd trades both at the deadline and in the off-season have propelled the Dodgers into contention in almost every season since this six-year run began. In this article, I’ll recap the six biggest trades the Dodgers have made over the last six seasons in chronological order, starting in 2013.
Please note that this will not include when the Dodgers have dealt major players away for prospects, like in the recent Yasiel Puig trade or in the 2014 Dee Gordon trade, nor will it deal with free agent signings, like that of Zach Greinke in 2012.