With a relatively full roster already, the Los Angeles Dodgers have one obvious spot to upgrade this offseason: the starting rotation.
However, a team's rotation is never truly settled because of the uncertainty of pitcher health and because each team must fill at least five spots.
According to Peter Gammons, the Dodgers have been linked to two high-profile pitchers: Masahiro Tanaka and David Price. Each comes with concerns, though, whether it be Tanaka’s track record or what it will take to pry Price away from Tampa Bay.
In addition, Juan Uribe is likely to be the Dodgers’ top target at third base because he was such an important member of the 2013 squad, both on and off the field.
Read on to find out the pros and cons for some of the names that may be linked to the Dodgers this offseason.