With new ownership that's created a seemingly unlimited payroll, the Los Angeles Dodgers will likely be involved in any rumor involving a player for years to come.
Whether it's a trade or free-agent signing, the Dodgers are what the New York Yankees used to be, considered to be in the mix for anyone who can help them win, regardless of the cost.
Three weeks remain until the Dodgers report for spring training in Glendale, Ariz. The roster is overflowing with more players than general manager Ned Colletti can take into the season, which will likely result in plenty of transactions between now and the Dodgers' April 1 season opener.
But of the rumors currently floating around the Dodgers and manager Don Mattingly, which are fact and which are fiction? Let's take a look.