For two years, the baseball world has watched and wondered. The
Guggenheim Baseball Management plays to win. Surely, it would not let a prospect or two stand in their way. The talk about replenishing the minor leagues was nice, but taking the best shot at a World Series would be nicer.
Yet, on the eve of baseball's trade deadline, the Dodgers declared yet again they intend to build from within. They could have surrendered the jewels of their revitalized farm system for
They could surrender again Thursday, for Price or
The Dodgers want pitching, but not at the cost of outfielder Joc Pederson, infielder
“We're not in the market to trade any of the three, period,” Colletti said during the Dodgers' 3-2, 10-inning victory over the
That stance — if the Dodgers maintain it through the deadline — probably would prevent the Dodgers from trading for the elite starting pitchers most commonly discussed.
It appears the deadline will pass without the Dodgers trading away any significant players on their major league roster.
Colletti stopped short of declaring he would not deal
Kemp hit a home run Wednesday, his third in two nights, and he drove in the winning run with a single in the 10th inning. He is batting .486 in his past nine games.
Colletti declined to discuss the Dodgers' other veteran outfielders,
The Dodgers appear most interested in landing a late-game reliever, a pitcher who could complement
As for back-end starters, the No. 4 or No. 5 type that could replace