With many teams making some big power moves this MLB offseason, people are wondering what will happen with the Dodgers. Over the last few weeks, there have been some serious rumors regarding a Mookie Betts trade to the NL West champs. Could the Dodgers really land this top-tier baseball superstar?
With talks of getting Francisco Lindor to recent discussions about landing Mookie, Dodgers fans might not know what to think.
With other teams signing some big names as of late, all eyes are now on the LA team.
We're patiently waiting for their big move.
According to reports, the Red Sox are far more likely to give up Betts than Cleveland is willing to give up Lindor.
Mookie is one of the brightest young players in the league and many teams would love to land the all-star outfielder. In 2018, Betts won the American League MVP. He helped the Red Sox go on to win a World Series title.
The Dodgers are hoping that Mookie could bring that same kind of magic to LA.
As trade talks have been revolving around the 27-year-old for weeks, Twitter users aren't sure how to feel about it.
While some are stoked about the potential trade, others don't seem thrilled.
This trade could be monumental for the California team, but some people seem afraid that the Dodgers will give up far too much for the baseball star.
One of the players involved in the trade talks is star shortstop Gavin Lux. However, the Dodgers president Andrew Friedman is pretty reluctant to trade him.
LA hasn't won the World Series since 1988 and they're desperately looking for their next star to get them over the hump.
With consecutive World Series losses in both 2017 and 2018, the pressure is certainly building for the team.
This topic isn't only stirring up talks for LA fans. Some Boston followers are also jumping on the Twitter airways.
One user even went on to say, "Just f*****g call it quits on Lindor and take on David Price’s contract in a Mookie Betts trade for lesser talent. Stop f*****g being stupid."
In the end, the Dodgers need their guy and they also need that new World Series banner at Chavez Ravine.