Rollins Trade Still In Play Despite Kemp Snag - RealGM Wiretap
Jimmy Rollins isn't a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers yet http://www.teamnflravensshop.com/Youth-Brent-Urban-Elite-Jersey/ , but he is still expected to be traded to the club despite a snag in Matt Kemp talks with the San Diego Padres, according to sources.
Exactly what the Philadelphia Phillies will receive in return for Rollins hinges on what Los Angeles receives from the San Diego Padres for Kemp.
If Kemp doesn't head to the Padres, Philadelphia would have to agree on different compensation.
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