Brad Hand is a closer who has been linked to the Dodgers in trade rumors before and seems to be in the same rumors every season. He has been one of the most reliable closers in baseball over the last three seasons going 87-104 in save opportunities. Hand has held right-handed batters to a .229 average over the last three seasons and has been even better against left-handed batters limiting them to a .163 average against.
Contractually speaking, Brad Hand is owed just $7 million in 2020 and has a club option for 2021 that is a reasonable $10 million. Acquiring Brad Hand would cost the Dodgers just $17 million over the next two seasons, which is less than Kenley Jansen will make in 2020. If the Indians are serious about trading Francisco Lindor and kicking off a rebuild, Brad Hand is likely the next big name they will look to move.