Dodgers: Two Former All-Stars the Dodgers Missed Out on
The Dodgers had an interesting offseason, it was one in which they sent out more talent than they brought in. There were a couple of former all-stars they could’ve added to their offseason acquisition list.
I’ve written about who the Dodgers missed out on previously, and there are two more names to add. From bullpen arms like Bud Norris to established veterans like Matt Wieters or Adam Jones, there have been a plethora of inexpensive former-All Stars on the market this offseason who have seemed incapable of being signed to anything more than a minor league deal.
In this article, I’ll bring up another pair of solid, well-known MLB players who got minor league contracts from other teams that the Dodgers would have done well to sign. The emphasis here is not just the extremely low-risk of signing these players due to their low costs, but also that they would have fit the Dodgers’ needs more or at least as much as they fit the needs of their new employers.