MLBTraderumors has a post discussing the possible future of Dodgers second baseman Orlando Hudson. The 31 year-old Hudson will be a free agent this offseason and should be paid handsomely considering his .291/.358/.425 hitting line so far, Hudson has been worth $11.1 million already this season according to Fangraphs.
The question is whether or not it will be worthwhile to pony up the significant amount of cash necessary to keep Hudson around. Blake Dewitt could be a cheap alternative if Hudson is let go and he may be able to provide similiar performance.
Would you rather the Dodger signed Hudson to a multi-year contract this winter or handed the second base job to a younger player, be it Dewitt, Ivan Dejesus, or someone else?