This winter has been red hot with many teams making moves to stock up for a chance at a World Series title in 2022. We’ve seen many big-name free agents already find new homes, including some former Dodgers. Los Angeles has yet to make any big splash moves only adding minor pieces.
A day after losing Corey Seager and Max Scherzer, the Dodgers have been silent. Instead of adding anyone via free agency or trade, the team took a different route. Los Angeles announced that they have non-tendered LHP Andrew Vasquez making him a free agent. Vasquez along with Cody Bellinger, Julio Urías, Walker Buehler, and Trea Turner was all arbitration-eligible this offseason.