As the second day of baseball’s winter meetings wound to a close, the Dodgers churned through a variety of scenarios, searching for solutions to their vacancies at third base, second base and closer.
Team officials arrived here Sunday aware of these holes. Andrew Friedman, the team’s president of baseball operations, framed the two days here as productive, even though he would not provide details on his team’s activity.
“On our board, as we’re looking at things, it’s beginning to crystallize somewhat,” Friedman said Tuesday night.
By now, the Dodgers’ goals are far from a secret. A three-year deal with Rich Hill has...