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Adding Mookie Betts to the Dodgers’ lineup is almost unfair

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ pending acquisition of Mookie Betts and David Price from the Boston Red Sox for a package including two players from L.A.’s major league roster and no top prospects from their farm system makes the Dodgers massive favorites to win the National League pennant. It’s deserved.

The trade has been held up, pending questions about the health of one of the prospects, ESPN and The Athletic reported. But assuming the deal is completed, Betts will be a huge addition to a Dodgers team that won 106 games last season. He gives that franchise perhaps its best chance at claiming its first championship since 1988. And he could help Los Angeles avenge the back-to-back losses in the World Series against the Houston Astros and Red Sox, teams accused of cheating in those seasons.

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