The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly trying to create space in their crowded outfield by shopping two marquee players.
Even though the Dodgers have yet to strike a deal, they have been among the most active teams through the first two days of the MLB winter meetings.
Kemp will likely make more money than Puig in 2019. He is owed $21.75 million, with $2.5 million of that being paid by the San Diego Padres. The 34-year-old had a strong 2018 campaign with a .290/.338/.481 slash line and 21 homers in 146 games.
Puig is projected to earn $11.3 million in his final year of arbitration, per MLB Trade Rumors' Tim Dierkes. He hit .267/.327/.494 with 23 homers in 125 games.
The Dodgers currently have eight outfielders who could start for them in 2019 if they keep Kemp and Puig. Chris Taylor, Joc Pederson, Enrique Hernandez, Cody Bellinger, Andrew Toles and prospect Alex Verdugo are also in the mix for the three spots.