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You can never have too many arms in the back of your bullpen.
Brandon League was an absolute stud down the stretch.
What a coincidence that he's becoming a free agent in the offseason. Pay him like they did with Matt Guerrier, and he will become a bust—just like Guerrier.
The Dodgers would be much better served spending the money on Mike Adams, who is the staple of consistency and has experience in the NL West.
I also think taking a gamble every offseason on a bullpen arm can pay huge dividends.
Why not sign Ryan Madsen or Joakim Soria? Maybe both? Both missed the entire 2012 season but can be the types of signings that solidify the bullpen and offer little risk.
Add some lefties. They are going to lose Randy Choate, who was not as good as expected. Getting a couple of lefties like veteran Darren Oliver and trading for Lucas Luetge of the Mariners would go a long way in strengthening the overall depth of the bullpen.
Maybe even stealing Jeremy Affeldt from the Giants would signify that the Dodgers are the new bullies of the NL West.