Reds swing deal for Kemp, Puig, Wood


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The one team that finished behind the Pirates in the NL Central just made an offseason splash.

According to multiple reports Friday, the Reds have agreed to a major deal with the Dodgers that will bring outfielders Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig and lefty pitcher Alex Wood — all three former All-Stars — and catcher Kyle Farmer to Cincinnati in exchange for pitcher Homer Bailey and two highly regarded prospects.

The prospects heading to Los Angeles are shortstop Jeter Downs, a first-round pick in 2017, and right-hander Josiah Gray, a second-round pick in this year's draft who turns 21 today. The Dodgers also will send $7 million to the Reds in the deal.

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