Given the team’s unlimited checkbook, Los Angeles Dodgers fans love to dream about which high-priced superstar will be added to the roster next. And with the offseason finally here, the rumors are swirling and speculation is starting.
In this installment of the Dodgers’ offseason preview, we will take a look at players who are within the organization’s reach, but—by virtue of price tag, opportunity or both—are unlikely to join the Boys in Blue for the 2014 season.
With the recent signing of Alexander Guerrero, second base is likely taken care of for the upcoming season. But the back of the rotation can always be upgraded, and A.J. Ellis’ spot at catcher is far from solidified. Third base is also a question mark, but there are no superstar options available this offseason.