Despite former Dodgers All-Star Yasmani Grandal inking a multi-year contract with the Chicago White Sox on Thursday, we’re saddled in that weird Hot Stove lull before the Winter Meetings. Now is when news is a bit tougher to come by, so you find your fun in editorials and opinion pieces.
Over at MLB.com, columnist Will Leitch editorialized a topic that surely sparks debate among the 30 fan bases — “every team’s biggest free agent regret.”
Moreover, Leitch opines that Darren Dreifort’s five year, $55M deal was the most regrettable free agent contract in Dodgers history.
Here’s the full section:
Dreifort pitched only 200 innings after Los Angeles gave him this deal, and he retired at the end of it.
Working on an MLB free agency project piece. Crowdsourcing always seems like a good idea.
Who would you say are the three worst FA signings in your favorite team’s franchise history?
— Joel Reuter (@JoelReuterBR) November 19, 2019
Understandably, it can be difficult to come up with 30 different free agent flops for each team — especially for teams that you may…