What would it take for the Dodgers to get Juan Soto from the Nats? LA would have to give up a lot of big time prospects to beat the Padres.

The Dodgers were one of the finalists in the market trade battle for Juan Soto, who ended up going to the Padres.

San Diego gave up six players, including their Nos. 1, 3 and 14 prospects, to acquire Soto and first baseman Josh Bell.

Even though Los Angeles didn't land the young superstar, there's still plenty of curiosity about what it would take to make a trade happen.

Thanks to J.P. Hoornstra at Southern California News Group has an idea. The Dodgers would have to give up 6-7 prospects for Juan Soto

It was a package of six or seven prospects," Hoornstra said. “The headliners were Diego Cartaya and Bobby Miller, who are the highest position players and the best pitchers.

A source who has seen one version of the trade said Washington is looking for another top five Dodger prospect.

"Maybe two or three from that group plus another two or three wild-card prospects -- guys who aren't as highly rated