The Los Angeles Dodgers will have three expiring contracts to address in their infield after the 2015 MLB season, and it doesn't appear that they're interested in discussing extensions for those players until after they get a lay of the land during the 2015 MLB season.
As the Los Angeles Times' Bill Shaikin points out, "[Juan] Uribe's contract expires at the end of this season. So do the contracts of second baseman Howie Kendrick and shortstop Jimmy Rollins. The Dodgers have decided to let the season play out, at least to some point, before even considering extensions for any of those infielders."
Shaikin adds that it's "unlikely" that Uribe will be the team's starting third baseman, citing the team's interest in Cuban sensation Hector Olivera along with in-house options Corey Seager and Alex Guerrero.
No matter how it actually shakes out, the veteran Uribe says that he wants to remain in Los Angeles.
"I feel like this is home," he said. "I like it here a lot. I feel comfortable here."
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