Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman declared Wednesday at the general managers meetings that he plans to trade an outfielder between now and spring training.

"I think it's most likely the best course of action to move one of those players," Friedman said.

The club had previously said they liked the depth that four everyday outfielders gave them, despite three of them making eight-figure salaries.

The Dodgers have even discussed the possibilty of trading two outfielders to open up a spot for Joc Pederson in the Major League lineup.

It is believed that Andre Ethier is the most likely trade candidate. Carl Crawford would appear to be second with Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig seemingly less likely.