This off-season, the Dodgers can go in a multitude of directions with their starting rotation. They can stand pat with what they have, they can stand pat while bringing back Rich Hill and Hyun-Jin Ryu, or they could immerse themselves in the open market. That third option is the best.
Andrew Friedman talked to the media at the GM Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ about the potential return of 40-year-old Rich Hill and rookie Dustin May’s role in 2020.
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
Return of Dick Mountain
Andrew Friedman appears to be somewhat open to a reunion with 40-year-old left-hander Rich Hill with his recent comments:
“Rich, obviously, has played a very central role in our past success. We have a ton of respect for him on and off the field. Naturally, I think, conversations will take place with the guys that have been a big part of what we’ve done.”
It would not be…