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Thread: Official Dodgers 2012-13 Off-Season Thread

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    AND they still want Anibal.

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    Ive said it before and Ill say it again. If the Dodgers don't invest in infrastructure i.e. scouting, player development, international, they will constantly have to plug holes with big wads of cash. All they'll be left with is an aging roster.

    It also won't be 'Dodger Baseball'. The team I grew up living always brought players up. I sincerely hope this is just to buy time until player development catches up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCalo2000 View Post
    Ive said it before and Ill say it again. If the Dodgers don't invest in infrastructure i.e. scouting, player development, international, they will constantly have to plug holes with big wads of cash. All they'll be left with is an aging roster.

    It also won't be 'Dodger Baseball'. The team I grew up living always brought players up. I sincerely hope this is just to buy time until player development catches up.
    HFBoards - View Single Post - Greinke to Dodgers (6 yr, 147 M)

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    The rotation is going to be pretty stacked if Billingsley can stay healthy. Apparently the Dodgers STILL want to add, too.

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    And the Dodgers just won free agency!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCalo2000 View Post
    Ive said it before and Ill say it again. If the Dodgers don't invest in infrastructure i.e. scouting, player development, international, they will constantly have to plug holes with big wads of cash. All they'll be left with is an aging roster.

    It also won't be 'Dodger Baseball'. The team I grew up living always brought players up. I sincerely hope this is just to buy time until player development catches up.
    I read somewhere that that's exactly what they are doing.
    They already hired more scouts and they are probably going to trade Harang and Capuano for some minor league talent.

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    I still can't believe that we finally have a ownership group that is willing to spend the money for premiere players.

    With this kind of payroll it's going to put huge pressure on the players and management to actually produce results. I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyTOarson View Post
    The rotation is going to be pretty stacked if Billingsley can stay healthy. Apparently the Dodgers STILL want to add, too.
    There's 20 million dollars of 2013 salary devoted to Harang and Lilly. Unreal.

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