Cuban defector Yasiel Puig showed off an impressive set of tools this spring, his first in a major league camp. While Puig, 22, is signed through 2018, that doesn't make him special on this team; the Dodgers have three other outfielders signed through at least '17. So getting Puig into the lineup is going to require a trade. Matt Kemp is a superstar, and Carl Crawford is untradable thanks to his massive contract and injuries, so that leaves Andre Ethier. He's in the first year of a five-year, $85 million extension—a near match for the five-year, $75 million contract extension that kicks in this year for Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler. (Texas is looking for a way to get their own rookie sensation, shortstop Jurickson Profar, into the lineup.) The Dodgers' weak spot is second base, where Mark Ellis and Skip Schumaker platoon. Kinsler and Ethier are almost identical in age. (Both are 30, with Ethier 10 weeks older.) Offering Ethier for Kinsler could help the Dodgers create space for Puig and help both teams now and into the future.