To begin the week, the New York Mets threw their name in the hat in regards to having major interest in Milwaukee Brewers’ reliever Josh Hader. However, one MLB Network insider believes that Hader is actually a better fit currently with the Los Angeles Dodgers than the Mets.
On MLB Tonight, Joel Sherman talks about the volatility of the reliever position. In addition, he says that Edwin Diaz is a perfect example of how trading prospects for a reliever isn’t always as safe as it appears. Still he makes a case on why the Dodgers are in the right position as an organization to add Hader.
— Clint (@DiamondHoggers) December 4, 2019
First, here is the reasoning for Sherman banging the drum for the Dodgers to go after Josh Hader. It sounds like Sherman believes that while Hader may not be good for the next decade, he’s going to be good for the window the Dodgers have to win a championship.
“Since 2018 – if you just believe in Wins Above Replacement – he had the best Wins…