Jonathan Broxton is really good. A year ago, few would have disagreed with the statement that Broxton was the best closer in baseball, and it seemed inconceivable that the Los Angeles Dodgers would let him go anywhere. Broxton struggled down the stretch however, and even lost the closing job for a while.

With Hong-Chih Kuo’s emergence as an elite reliever, the Dodgers’ ownership issues, and Broxton’s soon-to-be expiring contract Jonathan Broxton could be on the move. Despite a few blown saves in 2010, he’s still seen as an elite closer in Major League Baseball, and his age makes a long term contract feasible.

Where might Jonathan Broxton be headed? And will he be moved now? This summer? Maybe not at all? Let’s take a look. 

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