Dodgers Offseason: Which Free Agents Should LA Re-Sign?

Now that the championship has been won, the Dodgers head into the offseason having to decide whether to re-sign several key players. Justin Turner, Kiké Hernández, Joc Pederson, Blake Treinen, Alex Wood, and Pedro Baez have all officially entered free agency.

We break down the Dodgers free agent class, which players the team should consider re-signing, which ones they should let walk and if we’ve seen the end of Kiké Hernández and Joc Pederson in Dodger blue.

Plus, Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman discusses some offseason needs for the Dodgers.



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  1. Turner, Treinen, and LeMahieu are on my wish list. Two of them would solidify the teams offense. Can you imagine LeMahieu able to protect Seager or Betts?
    Treinen would stabilize the bullpen and hopefully, Kelly will have a comeback year. If they can get Baez inexpensively he might be a good pickup. Baez is popular on the team and his use of his change-up has made him effective and he can be a solid bridge in the 6th or 7th inning,.

  2. dodgers need left handed bullpen help. With Ferguson out for the season and Kolarek questionable they need help. There seems to be a lot of opinions about Justin. I love the guy. Hits for avg. and is lights out with two strikes or with RISP, Dodgers very weak against lefthanded pitching. If NL goes to DH or after a few years he becomes the next David Freese. Big question…………Covid spiking as of Nov. 10. Who knows what is in store come March? Finally, are we going to keep Joc as left handed left fielder? We need more runners on base ‘cuz too many solo homeruns. Someone with some speed and hits for avg. from left side of plate is my vote

  3. Would be glad to keep Turner at 2 Years/ 27 mil, Treinen at 2 years 16 mil; Sign LeMahieu for 5 years at 98 Mil. Bauer to 4 for 110 Mil, and if I could get him, Lindor to 9 yrs for 245. It’s Baseball…QUALITY IS QUANTITY and Neither Are Cheap!!!

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