All the wildness that is the MLB winter meetings got started a little early for some baseball pundits. Namely Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Kenny leads off this weekend recap with a bold prediction.
Here we discuss further a trade package put together by a former GM.
Of course, the Dodgers could conceivably make a move on almost any player not named Mike Trout this off-season, but the question will always come down to whether Andrew Friedman can accept the risk.
From some of what he’s saying, it seems like he might be averse to said risk.
While the president of baseball operations takes a huge amount of the blame for Dodger failings in October, team president Stan Kasten is once again angry and defensive of the narrative that LA doesn’t spend money.
Our newest writer Eric took time to settle in and look at some of the perceived missed of Friedman’s tenure.
Our Gail Johnson also took the time to help set up the winter meetings by looking back at Friedman’s past winter meetings.
With all that said, the club did make two lower-level player signings.
Switching gears a bit here, in potentially more exciting news on how you can actually watch the eventual on-field product in 2020, MLB announced changes to it streaming rights policies.
Of course, you could also go to the stadium and bask in the upgrades that are currently underway.