On Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Dodgers had reportedly acquired RHP Mat Latos and OF Michael Morse from the Miami Marlins.
But that deal reportedly hit a snag over medical records.
By Wednesday evening, the trade re-emerged as a three-team deal involving the Atlanta Braves and a lot more players.
Along with Latos and Morse, the Dodgers will reportedly get starter Alex Wood, relievers Jim Johnson and Luis Avilan, and top prospect Jose Peraza from the Braves.
For their part in the deal, the Braves will reportedly get top Cuban infield prospect Hector Olivera and minor league pitcher Zack Bird from the Dodgers, and a compensation draft pick from the Marlins. ESPN.com is reporting that injured Dodgers reliever Paco Rodriguez is also going to the Braves.
The Marlins, trying to shed the contracts of Latos and Morse, will receive three minor league pitchers from the Dodgers: Jeff Brigham, Victor Araujo and Kevin Guzman.
If completed, Dodgers get Wood, Latos, Johnson, Peraza, Morse. Braves get Olivera, Zach Bird, draft pick. Marlins get 3 low-level pitchers.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) July 30, 2015