This one may come as a surprise to some Dodger fans but this could be the winter that the Dodgers look to break up the two super-utility men combo of Kiké Hernandez and Chris Taylor. Both players are projected to make around five million dollars for next season through arbitration so the Dodgers might look to reduce costs in order to acquire bigger upgrades. Ten million dollars to two utility players is not a lot but it could come at a much cheaper price.
Kiké Hernandez and Chris Taylor would each be a candidate to be traded with Hernandez being the more likely option since he will be a free agent after the 2020 season. Chris Taylor will be a free agent after the 2021 season. If one of them is traded away then the Dodgers would have room for Kristopher Negron who is not a free agent until after the 2023 season. Negron would cost around $500K next season.