Andrew Friedman took the time to talk to the media during the GM Meetings at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia, where he fielded questions with a ton of variance.
He discussed many things, among them being shortstop Corey Seager’s future in Los Angeles.
Andrew Friedman is pushing back against the thought that the Dodgers won’t be (and haven’t been) active in terms of big-name free agents. He also clarified the team’s future at one key position but didn’t offer much on others.
— The Athletic L.A. (@TheAthleticLA) November 14, 2019
The Dodgers seemingly have a plan this off-season to reshuffle their infield. We will probably see Justin Turner as the starting first baseman in 2020, should the Dodgers move in a different direction (what is expected). The Dodgers also carry top prospect Gavin Lux, Max Muncy, and the aforementioned Seager to fill out the infield. If the Dodgers got an Anthony Rendon, Josh Donaldson, or Francisco Lindor, how would the infield maneuver itself to get everyone at-bats?
Seager has never really played another position. Outside of a brief 39.2 innings at third base in his rookie season,…