The Dodgers have three players heading to free agency as their fourth, David Freese retired. Should LA bring any of the three back?
The Dodgers, like almost every other club, have the next few days to decide whether they want to reach agreements with their own free agents. Starting on Monday, November 4th, free agents will be free to negotiate with any other team. The Dodgers had four players who were set to become free agents although David Freese retired and cut the number to three. Jedd Gyorko will also join free agency when the Dodgers buy out his club option.
LA’s primary three free agents will be Hyun-Jin Ryu, Rich Hill, and Russell Martin. None of the three will be given qualifying offers as the only one who would get one, Ryu, cannot be given a qualifying offer since he signed one last winter. Should any of the three be brought back for the 2020 season and beyond?