Bill Plaschke wrote in the Los Angeles Times this morning that Dan Haren isn't the answer (that's why he is there #4 starter right now) for the Dodgers and that they should explore the idea of trading for Tampa Bay Rays ace David Price before the July 31st deadline. The Rays have been very adamant that Price will cost a lot as the 2012 American League Cy Young Award Winner is nearing free agency and having another great season. Reports from various sources indicate that the Rays would want at least two of the three top Dodger prospects. That would mean that the Dodgers would have to trade a combination of Joc Pederson, Corey Seager, or Julio Urias and maybe more. The trade would be show the Dodgers are “all-in” for the 2014 season (like the Angels) and are willing to give up their top prospects for a pitcher who might be with the team for maybe a year and a half. So, should the Dodgers do it?