The Dodgers are heading into this year’s Winter Meetings with no glaring roster deficiencies. With Brandon Morrow being the only major loss, the Dodgers could look to bolster the bullpen and perhaps even add another starter to the mix.
Last season, the Dodgers were among Major League Baseball’s best in both starting and relief pitching. They finished first in batting average against at .228, second in team ERA with a cumulative 3.38, and also finished fifth in the MLB in strikeouts at 1,549. So, almost needless to say, the team could easily go into next season with what they have regarding pitching. But, the Dodgers also find themselves in a spot where they could make relatively inexpensive additions to make what was already a great team even better.
After closely examining the available pitchers in this year’s free agent class, three pitchers stood out. All three of them could be major league contributors as well as require inexpensive deals. So, without further ado, here are the three free agent pitchers the Dodgers should seriously take a good look at.