If the Dodgers decide to release beleaguered pitcher Trevor Bauer, they have to make a decision by Friday. It will be.
Of course, one of the most interesting stories of the last month of the offseason could go something like this: Which teams (if any) would be interested in signing Bauer?
Former MLB star Trevor Ploch speculates that the Dodgers will run out of money to release Bauer. But he also thinks someone else will pick him up.
After Ploff’s co-host said no MLB team was as willing to take on a “headcase” as the New England Patriots, Ploff expressed his disagreement, saying, “The Astros could be that team.. I think they care.”
Proof also cites the Rangers, Mets, and Mariners as teams he might be willing to take because they can bring a player with Bauer’s personality and inventory onto the field.
Based on recent social media posts, Bauer appears convinced that Dodgers teammate’s concerns are exaggerated and that LA is likely to release him by fabricating reports from members of the media. is. We’ll see what happens this week, but in any case January will be a digression as he gears up for spring training starting next month.