As one of the top starting pitchers on the trade market, Ricky Nolasco's name has been mentioned very often in trade rumors over the past couple of weeks. And now the Miami Marlins starting pitcher is heading west in a four-player trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Dodgers confirmed the deal on the team's official Twitter feed a little after 9:30 p.m. ET on Saturday night.

In exchange for Nolasco, the Marlins will acquire Steve Ames (a 25-year-old reliever in Triple-A), Josh Wall (a 26-year-old reliever, who has spent parts of the past two seasons with the Dodgers) and Angel Sanchez (a 23-year-old starting pitcher, who was recently moved to High-A). None of the three pitchers that the Marlins have acquired were listed in Baseball America's Top 10 prospects heading into the 2013 season.

Fox Sports.com's Ken Rosenthal reported earlier on Saturday that the Dodgers would pick up Nolasco's remaining salary for the season of about $5.5 million. The Dodgers will also get $197,000 in international bonus pool money, according to reports.