The Dodgers' top executives slipped out of the Opryland Hotel on Thursday morning without saying a word about what they did this week at baseball's winter meetings.
In their defense, there was little to talk about.
Andrew Friedman, the president of baseball operations, had already spoken the previous night about their failed attempt to retain Zack Greinke and explained why they re-signed Chase Utley to a one-year, $7-million contract. They still couldn't address the addition of Hisashi Iwakuma, whose three-year, $45-million contract was not yet final.
The other moves they made were minor.
They made two waiver-wire acquisitions, claiming right-hander Danny...