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Jun 4, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw (22) reacts in the sixth inning after being removed from the game with a 1-0 lead against the Atlanta Braves at Dodger Stadium. Kershaw scored the lone run. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

That’s not Jaws music you hear. That is the sound of the trade deadline looming. Tomorrow marks the final day for teams to sell of pieces to stock up for the future or buy the guys they need to make a push for October.

The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered a tough blow when ace Clayton Kershaw went down 4-6 weeks with back tightness. Thankfully it is not the same issue that sidelined him last season and the Dodgers have a commanding lead, but how active should they be for a starting pitcher? We discuss and Graham tells you why Justin Verlander might just be willing to waive his no trade clause.

Plus, pitchers like Sonny Gray and Yu Darvish are prized possessions that teams are fawning over, but will a deal get done? When it’s all said and done, which teams will have set themselves up for success now and in the future?

All that plus Behind the Mask your Defender of the Week on Out of Left Field.
Listen to “Out of Left Field:Trade Deadline Looming, Clayton Kershaw to the DL” on Spreaker.