The Dodgers have a few needs, but their biggest one continues to be the need for a better bullpen. This year’s free agency class was rather short on impact relievers and has gotten even shorter in recent weeks with the San Diego Padres inking left-hander Drew Pomeranz to a four-year deal and the Atlanta Braves grabbing left-hander Will Smith on a three-year pact. There are still a couple names remaining on the open market, but none that are impact — or have the potential to be bonafide back-end arms.
In a recent column by Pedro Moura of The Athletic, Moura connected former Houston Astros reliever Will Harris to Los Angeles. Harris might not be a household name to some, but he certainly has been worthy of more due credit.
Outside of the connection to Harris, Moura identified his first roster projection for the 2020 Dodgers as well, which includes the return of Hyun-Jin Ryu.
Bring back Hyun-Jin Ryu. Add another reliable right-handed arm to the bullpen.
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Moura on the free agent reliever.
Harris, who was quite…