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Dodgers Off-Season: Looking at the Top 50 MLB Free Agents

ATLANTA, GA - JULY 18: Anthony Rendon #6 of the Washington Nationals looks on from the dugout in the eight inning during the game against the Atlanta Braves at SunTrust Park on July 18, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

This off-season is undoubtedly huge for the Los Angeles Dodgers and depending on how they handle it, it could have very major consequences or benefits.

With the amount of huge names on the open market, the Dodgers seem poised to at least acquire one or two.

Here is a full list of the top 50 MLB free agents — according to me — along with their predicted contract:

Catchers

Yasmani Grandal – 4 years, $64 million

Travis d’Arnaud – 2 years, $14 million

First Basemen

Jose Abreu – 3 years, $36 million

Edwin Encarnacion – 1 year, $12 million

Second Basemen

Scooter Gennett – 2 years, $20 million

Third Basemen

Anthony Rendon – 7 years, $245 million

Josh Donaldson – 4 years, $84 million

Mike Moustakas – 3 years, $45 million

Shortstops

Didi Gregorius – 3 years, $39 million

Outfielders

Marcell Ozuna – 4 years, $60 million

Nicholas Castellanos – 3 years, $42 million

Yasiel Puig – 2 years, $18 million

Avisail Garcia – 2 years, $14 million

Kole Calhoun – 2 years, $12 million

Brett Gardner – 1 year, $10 million

Utility Players

Howie Kendrick – 2 years, $20 million

Asdrubal Cabrera – 1 year, $8 million

Starting Pitchers

Gerrit Cole – 8 years, $288 million

Stephen Strasburg – 6 years, $198 million

Zack Wheeler – 4 years, $80 million

Madison Bumgarner – 4 years, $76 million

Hyun-Jin Ryu – 3 years, $54 million

Dallas Keuchel – 3 years, $39 million

Cole Hamels – 2 years, $34 million

Jake Odorizzi – 2 years, $26 million

Kyle Gibson – 2 years, $20 million

Jordan Lyles – 2 years, $18 million

Josh Lindblom – 2 years, $16 million

Michael Pineda – 2 years, $14 million

Rick Porcello – 1 year, $12 million

Alex Wood – 1 year, $10 million

Rich Hill – 1 year, $8 million

Combo Arms

Drew Pomeranz – 2 years, $20 million

Collin McHugh – 2 years, $16 million

Middle Relievers

Brandon Kintzler – 2 years, $12 million

Jake Diekman – 2 years, $10 million

Darren O’Day – 2 years, $8 million

Brandon Morrow – 1 year, $6 million

Tyler Clippard – 1 year, $5 million

Tommy Hunter – 1 year, $4 million

Brad Brach – 1 year, $2 million

High-Leverage

Will Harris – 2 years, $20 million

Daniel Hudson – 2 years, $20 million

Chris Martin – 2 years, $16 million

Sam Dyson – 2 years, $12 million

Dellin Betances – 1 year, $10 million

Sergio Romo – 1 year, $6 million

Closers

Will Smith – 4 years, $44 million

Overall

So who do you want, Dodgers Nation? Any under-the-radar pickups you believe the Dodgers should make? Let us know in the comments.

Written by Daniel Preciado

My name is Daniel Preciado and I am 18 years old. I am a sophomore Sport Analytics major and Cognitive Science and Economics dual minor at Syracuse University. When I am not in New York, I live in Whittier, California --- not too far from Chavez Ravine. I am pretty old-school for being an analytics guy and I will always embrace debate. Also, Chase Utley did absolutely nothing wrong.

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