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Dodgers May Target $3 Million Trade Deadline. ‘Possibility’ to Strengthen Outfield
This past winter, the Los Angeles Dodgers spent more than $1 billion to become World Series contenders. They

started the 2024 season 35-22 and now have a 5.5-game lead in the National League West. However, as the July 30 trade deadline approaches, the club faces roster gaps to fill for the stretch run. Could this involve targeting Chicago White Sox outfielder Tommy Pham?

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic suggested Pham as a potential target to bolster the Dodgers’ ailing outfield. “Ideally, at least two of a group of four outfielders — Heyward, Pages, Outman and Miguel Vargas — will emerge as solid contributors,” he stated. “Even so, the Dodgers would be wise to look into the market for outfielders, who are often in plentiful supply near the deadline. Tommy Pham, a favorite of several in the organization, may be one option.”

Pham’s 2024 season began late due to his extended stint on the free agent market. When he first stepped onto the field with the White Sox, he sprinted. The 36-year-old is a hitter.294/.344/.429 with three home runs, seven doubles, 12 RBI, and 17 runs scored in 128 plate appearances.

Chicago has a 15-41 record and will be a clear trade deadline seller. It’s simply a matter of which players General Manager Chris Getz wishes to deal. Pham is likely to attract interest due to his current production and contract condition (he signed a one-year, $3 million deal).





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