The Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired veteran outfielder Curtis Granderson from New York Mets, per Marlins' sideline reporter, Craig Minervini.
Granderson, 36, is a three-time all star. In his fourth season with the Mets, the lefty swinger has hit .228 with 19 HRs and 52 RBIs in 111 games this year. Granderson is a durable outfielder. He has the capacity to play all three outfield positions. He will provide excellent leadership for the Dodgers' young sluggers. Granderson will enter free agency at the season's end, and it is unclear if he will play next season.
The Mets will recieve a player to be named later.