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Marc Topkin the Tampa Bay Times mentioned recently that the Dodgers are still potential suitors for left-handed pitcher David Price.
This seems difficult to imagine, as any such deal would have to include Dodger prospect Corey Seager, per Ken Rosenthal:
Recent indications, though, are that the Dodgers are shifting towards a more responsible and sustainable long-term plan, so they would be reluctant to deal Seager. This is a line of thinking that makes perfect sense to me, as their farm system is barren and Seager is one of the only infield prospects they have.
Because of those reasons, the idea that Price could end up with the Dodgers is preposterous.
The Dodgers won’t trade Seager, and if the price somehow got low enough to where a package headlined by Zach Lee could get it done (it won’t), other teams would jump in and up their offer, taking negotiations out of the Dodgers’ price range.