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Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Doesn’t See a Need at the Trade Deadline

The trade deadline is just a few days away Dodgers fans. And with so much anticipation surrounding possible deals, the next couple of days are likely going to drag. But it will be pretty wild to see if Los Angeles goes out and does something big or stands firm and does nothing at all. 

But at least one person thinks the Dodgers are pretty good with where they’re at. Dave Roberts spoke earlier this week about the deadline and what he felt the team would need. And it sounds like he’s good with the current state of things on their roster. 

Doc also added that if there was something that made sense, he knew they would go for it. 

“We don’t need anything. But any team can always get better on the margin. So if there’s something that makes sense, I have all the confidence in our guys that they’ll pull the trigger.”

Right now, the Dodgers expect to have a lot of names back by the postseason. That could be enough to convince Andrew Friedman to stand firm at the deadline. Alternatively, they might want to account for the possibility of setbacks for injured players. It’s going to be a tough call. 

Other Dodgers News

The Dodgers are closing in on getting Edwin Rios back. After suffering a hamstring strain, Rios was eventually placed on the 60-day injured list. But he started his rehab assignment in Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday night, meaning he could very well be returning to the big league squad soon. 

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  1. I agree, you can’t have Muncy and Bellinger batting below 200 all year and expect them to switch it on come post season. One OF or even a IF who can hit bombs? Peralta or Happ comes to mind!

  2. We could use a manager that does not choke during the playoffs. Remember the SF game where we had a rested Kenly Jansen but instead brought in Sherzer to attempt the save? That stunt ruined Sherzer for his regular start against Atlanta.