Luis Robert Jr. of the Chicago White Sox is potentially one of the biggest pieces who could get moved ahead of this year's MLB Trade Deadline, and there were six teams listed as potential suitors by Jon Heyman of the New York Post, three teams in each league.

Heyman listed the Los Angeles Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies and Atlanta Braves as potential suitors for Luis Robert Jr. in the National League, with the Kansas City Royals, Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays in the American League. It is very early, and this is speculation of teams that make the most sense to Heyman, but it would not be a surprise to see him land with one of those six teams come August.

Robert has played in just 14 games this season due to suffering a right hip flexor strain that landed him on the injured list. When healthy, he is one of the better outfielders in baseball, and with the White Sox at the bottom of the league, they could get a good haul back for him in a trade to help their rebuild.

It would undoubtedly take a lot of prospect capital to acquire Robert in a trade with the White Sox, as he is locked into a contract through the 2024 season, and has $20 million club options in 2026 and 2027. If he keeps up the level of play he has been at over the course of his career so far, those options will undoubtedly be picked up. It would be a huge trade for one of those six teams to secure Robert for at least through the next two seasons, and potentially the next four. Let's go into the fit with each of the teams Heyman mentioned.

Does Luis Robert Jr. fit these potential suitors?

The Dodgers were viewed as a superteam, and they still have a formidable lineup with the top three of Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani and Freddie Freeman. Will Smith and Teoscar Hernandez are good as well, and they are waiting on the return of Max Muncy. However, the outfield has some room, and Robert could slot into center right away. It would be a blockbuster move for Los Angeles to strengthen an already dangerous lineup, and it would fortify an outfield that has questions.

Robert would also fit in with the Phillies and Braves. With Philadelphia, Robert would take over for the light-hitting Johan Rojas, who is the current center fielder and takes the No. 9 hole. The Braves have Michael Harris II, but could use a jolt after losing Ronald Acuna Jr. for the season due to a torn ACL. It might require Robert moving to a corner outfield position, but that should not be too much of a problem.

The Royals could use an upgrade from Kyle Isbel in center field as well, as he is another light hitting player who takes up the No. 9 spot in the lineup. The Royals could capitalize on their emergence this season and add an impact bat alongside Bobby Witt Jr. Robert would help Kansas City not only this season, but fits the timeline for a young team that is looking to contend for the next several years.

Obviously, the Mariners have Julio Rodriguez in center field and feel good about that, but they need to add offense to supplement their dominant pitching staff. Robert could slot into a corner spot quite well and make Seattle dangerous in the postseason.

The Blue Jays are an interesting team, as they are in limbo a bit this season, and hovering around .500. They have quite a few players who could net them a haul if they become sellers, with Vlad Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette at the top of the list. However, if Toronto stays in the race over the next few weeks, Robert could make sense for them. Even if the Blue Jays are not a true World Series contender, acquiring four years of Robert would give them somebody to build around.

It is early, but the market for the MLB Trade Deadline is beginning to take shape, and all of these teams could show interest in acquiring Robert.