Dodgers’ Revisionist History: 2018-19 Offseason Reimagined
The off-season has been slow to unfold for the Dodgers who have made two notable moves involving Joe Kelly and Russell Martin. Looking back these are the moves I would have done if I was in charge of the Dodgers’ off-season.
The Dodgers have had a frustrating off-season thus far. Or at least the lack of big moves made this off-season by Friedman and the rest of the front office haven’t been received well by many Dodger fans. From what I’ve seen, Dodger’s Twitter has been waiting for a big move, whether it would be a Kluber or Realmuto trade or a Bryce Harper signing.
I’ve been frustrated too, even without considering the moves that still could be made in the weeks leading up to Spring Training. I feel like the Dodgers have made a few mistakes this off-season, and in this article, I will chronologically run through which moves I disliked and what erasing them would mean for the rest of the off-season. I will say what should have happened instead, and in some cases, I will agree with the Dodger’s choices.