You did not look at NL West, I suspect
All 3 top teams need a second baseman. Forsythe is hitting .191/.318/.258 for the Dodgers
I'd look at the Rockies and D-backs before trade him to the Dodgers.The Rockies and their young staff might be a good landing spot for Santana as well and they have plenty of MLB-ready arms (Hoffman & Marquez two of them who could be plug into the Twins rotation right away) who are not their headliners this season to make this a package of a deal...
I'd have no problems sticking it back to LAD.There's some sick irony there if they have to part with more prospects to get Dozier after lowballing the Twins in the first place.
Just did a quick look here:
Yadier Alvarez - 2.7 years younger then average but not exactly lighting up high A.ERA is over 5.He's getting lots of Ks (but less than low A), walking way too many guys, and a bit more prone to the HR.
Brock Stewart hasn't seen much action at all this year so far.
Kiebert Ruiz is still a guy I like.He's holding his own in the MWL at 18.He's 4 years younger than the league. OPS just north of .700, which is good for a C, but even better given his age.For the record, he's a year younger than Rortvedt and doing much better in the same league.
Jordan Sheffield is repeating the MWL, though doing better. He's league average age wise and having a good season.
Walker Buehler is having a very nice season in AA.
I wonder if they'd rethink a Stewart, Buehler, Ruiz package for Dozier.The are 2 games out of first place with two teams in front of them in a much tighter race now than what they were predicting this offseason.