Baseball The Cardinals and Rockies are "engaged in trade dialogue" regarding outfielders, Fox Sports' Jon Morosi reports.THE DETAILS: After missing out on re-signing right fielder Jason Heyward — he chose to sign for eight years, $184 million with the Cubs — St. Louis was left with a gaping hole in its outfield. The Rockies, who are seemingly always willing to trade players, have three talented outfielders St. Louis could be in play for. Carlos Gonzalez is the biggest name, but he would also require the largest package in return. Charlie Blackmon enjoyed a breakout season and Corey Dickerson has flashed some of his tremendous upside making all three legitimate trade targets. MORE: Best current player at every uniform number | 13 worst December trades everLAST SEASON: It was a tale of two seasons for CarGo, who hit .259 with 13 home runs and 39 RBIs before the All-Star break but bounced back to hit .285 with 27 home runs and 65 RBIs after the break. Blackmon had a .287/.347/.450 slash line with 17 home runs, 58 RBIs and 43 stolen bases, while Dickerson carried a .304/.333/.536 slash line with 10 home runs and 31 RBIs in just 65 games. OUR TAKE: Gonzalez

would be the biggest splash for a team trying to keep up in the National League Central, but Blackmon is the most like-for-like replacement for Heyward. Blackmon is a rangy outfielder who can play multiple positions. He also brings a speed element St. Louis would gladly take after losing Heyward and Jon Jay this offseason. The Cardinals said Monday that Matt Holliday might get some reps at first base this season, so they might be after both Blackmon and Dickerson if the price is feasible.