Manny Machado has made it clear that his future does not include the ​Baltimore Orioles. Since his true wishes came to light, speculation has run wild with where the superstar will wind up before the trade deadline. 


With Machado's contract up after this season, Baltimore will have to work quickly to get a trade done if they want anything in return for the star infielder. 


Well, according to Ken Rosenthal, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers are the two 'most serious' teams in the sweepstakes. 

Machado, of course, would be a huge addition to either of those teams because of their positions in the standings. 


L.A. sits just a couple of games out of first place in the NL West, while Milwaukee holds a slim lead in the NL Central over the Cubs. 

Perhaps the team most in need of Machado is the Dodgers. The only problem seems to be Baltimore's hesitance to pull the trigger on a deal. No team will know if Machado will stay with them after this season, but are still offering good deals, such as the Dodgers dangling two of their top 10 prospects. There may not be a better offer coming to the Orioles for a player who is essentially a rental. 


While nobody knows where yet, a Machado trade will be coming soon. The Orioles have been stubborn thus far, but they will eventually break.