The last rumors that had to deal with Rich Hill included six teams interested in the starting pitcher. One team that is interested in Rich Hill believes that he has a deal with the Dodgers, Peter Gammons of MLB Network reports.
The contract involving the Dodgers is estimated to be around 3-years, $40 million.
One team who sought Rich Hill thinks he has deal with the Dodgers, 3 Years $40m +
— Peter Gammons (@pgammo) December 3, 2016
The others interested in Rich Hill included:
- New York Yankees
- Texas Rangers
- Houston Astros
- Boston Red Sox
- Baltimore Orioles
Dodgers are uniquely suited to handle the injury risk of Rich Hill. Their depth would allow them to be cautious w/ him when necessary.
— Andy McCullough (@McCulloughTimes) December 3, 2016
The Dodgers are still interested in Justin Turner and Kenley Jansen but may not be able to pursue both due to the new CBA that was established on Thursday. If Hill does return to Los Angeles, he would be able to bring back his master curve ball.
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