Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford have drawn interest on the trade market over the first two days of the general managers' meetings.

The Dodgers have fielded inquiries about all four of their outfielders, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The conversations were described as preliminary.

Of the four, the Dodgers are most reluctant to trade Puig, who turns 23 next month.

The markets for Puig, Kemp, Ethier and Crawford aren't expected to fully develop until the free-agent market is defined. The price tags of free-agent outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury, Shin-Soo Choo, Carlos Beltran and Curtis Granderson could affect teams' interests in the Dodgers' quartet. Marlon Byrd, 36, agreed to a two-year, $16-million deal with the Philadelphia Phillies, indicating the cost of free-agent outfielders may be prohibitive.

The Dodgers' willingness to move Ethier or Crawford might depend on Kemp's recovery from an ankle operation last month. Kemp is still in a walking boot. He is in Arizona rehabilitating his left shoulder from a minor procedure that was performed after the regular season.

Even if Kemp is healthy, the Dodgers could decide to hold on to all four outfielders. There were only two games this year in which all of them were available to play.