Tanaka has agreed to a seven-year, $155-million contract with the
Colletti confirmed Dodgers officials met with Tanaka when he visited Los Angeles this month.
"We went as far as we thought we could go," Colletti said.
Over the last couple of months, Dodgers officials said the team would pursue Tanaka but wouldn’t break the bank to land him. With
The Yankees were far more desperate for a front-line pitcher.
The Dodgers could add another starting pitcher before the start of the season, but Colletti doesn't view it as a high priority.
"I think we're fine either way," he said.
Colletti said he has received calls from the agents of free-agent pitchers.
"We're listening," Colletti said.