If there's one thing that new Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Andrew Friedman has learned in his time as a Major League Baseball executive, it's that you can never have enough bullpen help.
“I don’t think we’re ever going to get to a point where we go, ‘OK, let’s sit back and put our feet on the desk,’" Friedman said, via Mark Saxon of ESPN Los Angeles. “We’re always going to be looking at different areas, whether it be on the margins or more significant. I think any time you ask me this question, the bullpen will always be an answer I’ll give. It has to be my nature never to feel comfortable with a bullpen in the offseason.”
After a litany of offseason moves, Friedman now has what the Dodgers like to term a "highly functional roster." However, Los Angeles is likely to continue tinkering with the bullpen in hopes of turning last season's regular-season success into postseason glory in 2015.
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