Kenley Jansen/Adam Duvall
How about a two-for-one?! The Red Sox are two games out of a Wild Card spot, but don't really look like a team built for the postseason. Seriously, what are they?
You can bet on this ownership group selling selling selling if they don't feel like they're in an advantageous position (they aren't), but they've yet to wave the white flag. When that eventually happens, look for Chaim Bloom to dangle closer (and former Dodger!) Kenley Jansen as well as outfielder Adam Duvall.
Jansen isn't having a bulletproof campaign, but he was an All-Star and has 19 saves on the season. His 3.23 ERA, 3.05 FIP and 0.9 HR/9 are more than suitable for the Dodgers' awful bullpen. We might have to sweat a bit about his 1.37 WHIP and 3.8 BB/9, but Dodgers fans have already lived through this. And truth be told, he's been missed since he departed after 2021 (and most of his poor play this season has come at Fenway Park).
As for Duvall, the slugging outfielder also destroys lefty pitching, and the Sox would be elated to trade him since he'll be a free agent in the offseason. Duvall has an .850 OPS and 124 OPS+ in 32 games this year; he missed a good chunk of the first half with an injury, but has been raking ever since. Plus, outfield insurance across multiple positions (he can play left, center and right) would go a long way for the Dodgers, who could probably stand to shuck Trayce Thompson off the roster and send Jonny DeLuca back to the minor leagues.