The 10 Worst Ned Colletti Signings

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The 10 Worst Ned Colletti Signings
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Except for maybe one offseason when Frank McCourt was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, Dodger GM Ned Colletti has been like a kid with dad’s credit card—wildly spending with little or no repercussions.

As the team is on the verge of offering Clayton Kershaw a contract in the $200-million range, and after Colletti received a contract extension in the offseason and Don Mattingly did not, it’s time to go back and look at some of the worst deals Colletti has handed out.

While he has swung some good trades in his time—Andre Ethier for Milton Bradley, getting Manny Ramirez for nearly nothing, landing All-Stars Hanley Ramirez and Adrian Gonzalez—Colletti has foolishly spent gobs and gobs of money since he took over the Dodgers general manager duties in 2005.

Here are the 10 worst contracts he’s doled out:

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