Recently a writer at NBC Sports speculated that the Los Angeles Dodgers were only interested in putting off the perception of pursuit of star players in free agency. Then Ken Rosenthal said the Dodgers were interested in Josh Donaldson, which isn’t quite equal with Anthony Rendon.
Indeed – reading between the lines – it seems like the Dodgers may just settle without landing one of the big prizes on the market again. However, that is only my opinion or gut feeling.
What’s more important is what Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman says. And on Tuesday, Friedman spoke in response to the idea that the Dodgers aren’t looking for star players on MLB Network Radio.
— MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM (@MLBNetworkRadio) November 27, 2019
Moreover, Friedman says that the Dodgers are simply trying to hedge their bets. For example, if they can’t land Anthony Rendon; they settle for Josh Donaldson and call it a win.
“Your point is a fair one and…