But a real need is something else, and the only thing they could really use right now is a utility infielder.
But with the Dodgers apparently planning on going into
Which brings them back to
Colletti said Friday the Dodgers remain in contact with the veteran infielder, and this late in the game he's looking about as good a candidate as anyone.
Young has played all four infield positions. At age 37, he's not playing them at a high level, but he's what some might term solid. Some might term it something less. Young did hit .314 in 51 late-season at-bats for the Dodgers, though with almost no power.
Other teams -- such as the Rockies,
He's already made more than $90 million in his career, but he has never won a World Series. And the temptation to return to the Dodgers would have to be to nab a ring.