While the big names like Bryce Harper and Manny Machado still might not sign for a while, the market for second basemen in 2019 MLB free agency is taking shape. Brian Dozier and Jed Lowrie agreed to contracts Thursday, and another notable name could land a deal soon.

DJ LeMahieu is drawing plenty of interest around the league. Jon Heyman reported on MLB Network Friday morning that the Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, Milwaukee Brewers and Tampa Bay Rays are all possible destinations for the 30-year-old.

Tampa Bay appears to be the biggest longshot in the race for LeMahieu. Los Angeles has been linked to the second baseman since early on in the offseason, and they might be the favorites to acquire the veteran.

LeMahieu might very well be the best second baseman available with players like Lowrie and Daniel Murphy off the market. Marwin Gonzalez can play second base, though he’s spent most of his time in the outfield and at shortstop in recent years. Murphy signed with the Colorado Rockies, with whom LeMahieu has played the last seven seasons.

It was just three seasons ago that LeMahieu won the NL batting title with a .348 average. He hit over .300 in every season from 2015-2017, making the NL All-Star team twice during that time. LeMahieu hit .276/.321/.428 with 15 home runs in 128 games in the 2018 season.

LeMahieu won the Gold Glove award in each of the last two seasons. He's averaged a 3.4 WAR over the last four seasons.

DJ LeMahieu Colorado Rockies DJ LeMahieu #9 of the Colorado Rockies hits a leadoff single before advancing to second base in the ninth inning of a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Coors Field on August 12, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Photo: Dustin Bradford/Getty Images