Last year, the Los Angeles Dodgers didn’t do much in free agency.
Don’t think super agent Scott Boras didn’t notice.
He described the Dodgers as shopping in the “fruits-and-nuts section” of free agents — meaning the cheap parts.
This year? Boras has a different take.
“I think they bought the store,” he said.
With new ownership, the Dodgers can spend.
Some even expect them to have a payroll higher than the Yankees when all is done.
Whether that’s true or not, I’d expect the Dodgers to at least add a front-line pitcher to pair with Clayton Kershaw.
One name that could be in Dodger blue is Zack Greinke.
That alone would be one heck of a rotation.
– Rick Green (Follow me on twitter @ETNrgreen)