Dodgers Have Looked into Rafael Soriano

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Dodgers Have Looked into Rafael Soriano
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The Dodgers have already spent big on their bullpen this offseason, adding Brandon League on a three-year, $22.5MM deal and J.P. Howell for one year and $2.85MM. According to ESPN's Buster Olney (on Twitter), that hasn't stopped them from looking into the biggest name left on the relief market: Rafael Soriano. Olney says there's only about a 20-percent chance the team goes out and signs the former Yankee stopper, but that's more interest than has been reported by most other clubs. The market for Soriano appears to be stalled due to the fact that he rejected a qualifying offer from the Yankees and will therefore require a signing team to forfeit a draft pick...

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