Dodgers Trade Rumors: James Loney, Jerry Sands, Ivan De Jesus, Rubby De La Rosa Named In Adrian Gonzalez Deal

The Boston Red Sox are reportedly sending Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, Josh Beckett and Nick Punto to the Los Angeles Dodgers. In return, Los Angeles will send five Dodgers back in the deal.

Here are some more details about the potential deal being discussed between the Dodgers and the Red Sox that could move a vanload of players, from Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald.

The names currently being circulated in the deal are pitcher Rubby De La Rosa, first baseman James Loney, outfielders Ivan De Jesus and 1B/OF Jerry Sands. The Dodgers also recently demoted De La Rosa to Triple-A, which would allow the Dodgers to throw him in as a "Player To Be Named Later" in the trade.

The Red Sox and Dodgers have until 1:30 PM ET Sunday to make this deal work. And of course all of this is contingent on Beckett not exercising his 10-5 rights and rejecting this trade. A lot has yet to be figured out.

Talk about the potential blockbuster trade with Dodgers fans at True Blue LA, and with Red Sox fans at Over The Monster.

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