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Dodgers want pitching, but not at cost of any of top three prospects
Dodgers want pitching, but not at cost of any of top three prospects

On the eve of baseball's trade deadline, Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti said the team had no intention of dealing any of its top three prospects. The Dodgers want pitching, but not at the cost of outfielder Joc Pederson, infielder Corey Seager or pitcher Julio Urias. "We're not in the market to trade any of the three, period," Colletti said Wednesday. "There's been no player discussed that warrants two of the three." That stance likely would prevent the Dodgers from trading for the elite starting pitchers most commonly discussed -- Jon Lester of the Boston Red Sox, David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays and Cole Hamels of the Philadelphia Phillies....

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