A Look at the Top Free Agents by Position for the Dodgers- Outfield

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 7: Bryce Harper
WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 7: Bryce Harper /
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WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 7: Bryce Harper /

The Winter Meetings have begun and the Dodgers are still weighing the options in terms of how they will make improvements to the roster. The goal is the get back to the World Series this year, as it is every year, and to do that, the team will need to look different than it ever has before.

In the last installment of this series, we took a look at the best options for the infield on the free agent market. I mentioned players like Wilmer Flores and Jonathan Schoop (who was signed by the Twins) and you can read that entire piece here.

But, for those of you who are just now joining this thread, allow me to explain what I’m doing:

To get a greater understanding of who is available and reasonable for the Dodgers to buy this winter, I have compiled a list of players that should suit the Dodgers best in the upcoming season and beyond. The slides will cover one or more free agent for each position and will consider my valuation financially of the given player along with a thorough shakedown of his numbers. This will be a series of articles, split into the infield, outfield and pitching.

I do want to make it clear, however, that I am not saying the Dodgers should sign all of these players. Rather, I am suggesting a player at each position that the Dodgers should take a look at. Pick and choose from the list as you wish and let the spending begin.