Priorities, priorities. You have them, I have them and the Dodgers certainly do too. Heading into 2019, pitching in both the bullpen and the rotation is at the top of the team’s to-dos. Defense wins games in football and in baseball, the weight of the game falls on the staff.
If you are just joining the thread, this is the third and final article in the “how should the Dodgers spend their money” series. First, we talked about the infield, then the outfield and now, in the third and final installment of the series, we talk pitching.
I have compiled a list of players that should suit the Dodgers best in the upcoming season and beyond. In this articles, there will be four slides after this one. The first two will be my top two starting options on the free agent watch list and the ladder two will be relievers.
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.