Atlanta has reportedly asked the Dodgers about infielder Dee Gordon, though they're thinking he might fit in the outfield.
The Atlanta Braves have reportedly inquired about the availability of infielder Dee Gordon, though they are said to be shopping for a left fielder. Gordon, currently with the Dodgers, has spent his entire major league career at shortstop, but Atlanta apparently believes he has the versatility to succeed in a utility role.
Gordon would certainly help move towards Atlanta's goal of a younger, faster roster. He has just two years in the majors, over which he's posted a .260 batting average, .315 slugging percentage and .299 on base percentage. He had a .304 batting average in his rookie year, in which he played 56 games, but his 87-game second season saw that drop to .228.
The dwindling options in the left-fielder market have left the Braves looking in new places for answers. Earlier reports indicated they were considering both shifting current players around as well as trades, but a shortstop in left would certainly be among the more interesting options they're considering.