Ahead of Friday’s MLB trade deadline, a closer look at trade rumors surrounding Max Scherzer, who is reported to prefer west coast teams, with the Dodgers, Giants, and Padres all having interest in the three-time Cy Young Award winner.
With the July 30 MLB trade deadline almost a weekaway, here are six pitchers the Dodgers could potentially add to their depleted starting rotation.
With the July 30 MLB trade deadline less than two weeks away, here are seven pitchers the Dodgers could potentially add to their depleted starting rotation.
The Dodgers starting lineup on Thursday sure looks a lot like their possible opening day lineup, so let’s talk about what the position-player side of the roster might look like in two weeks, on April 1 in Colorado.
The Dodgers’ opening day roster will be finalized in the next few days, with only a handful of transactions to be made. The one thing that is clear is the club will carry eight relief pitchers to open the season.
The Dodgers are one of the seven finalists in the courtship of Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani, and are at least on the periphery of trade talks for Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton.
With recent five-year, pre-arbitration contracts signed by fellow center fielders Ender Inciarte and Odubel Herrera, the template is set if the Dodgers went to extend Joc Pederson anytime soon.
Brandon Beachy struggled on Friday with four walks and six runs while recording only six outs. But if he can show anything over these next two weeks he cold give the Dodgers an option to start at least once in April, providing roster flexibility.