The Angels dodgers they have great suspense for next season in terms of their rotation. Would they seek to chase the fire shooter Tyler glasnow from Rays?
The future of Clayton Kershaw and Max Scherzer in the Dodgers organization is uncertain, Kershaw with 32 years has presented a great decline physically in terms of the health of his arm, surely he believes in his potential and will seek a luxurious contract, which perhaps the Dodgers are not willing to give him due to the heavy payroll that awaits them.
The same goes for Scherzer, who has been a healthy player throughout his MLB career, but has let it be known that he will seek a 3-year contract that will keep him in business until he is 40 years old, another topic for discussion at the Dodgers. .
Dustin May and his return, departure from David Price and suspense from Gonsolin
Dustin May underwent a Tommy John and they do not know to what point in the 2022 season they will count on his services. David Price will surely not return to the team, even if they make him an offer, which is also doubtful.
Tony Gonsolin has been an unstable player without a doubt, he cannot be trusted to remain in a team’s rotation.
The only stable and reliable for 2022 are the Mexican Julio Urías and the veteran Walker Buehler.
The Tampa Rays have made it clear that they will be looking to trade players like Manuel Margot, Kevin Kiermaier and star Tyler Glasnow who comes off a Tommy John as well.
Similarly, Glasnow is a free agent at the end of the 2023 season, it would be a two-season rental counting that by 2021 he would be back in July if there are no setbacks.
It is the best time if a team wants his services now that he is injured, where nothing is certain and the Rays are willing to negotiate it.
On the other hand, acquiring their services is like obtaining a Dustin May version 2, under the same circumstances.
Things to keep in mind
The Dodgers are going to see some players go to free agency, such as:
- Clayton Kershaw, LHP.
- Corey Seager, SS.
- AJ Pollock, OF.
- Max Scherzer, RHP.
- Kenley Janen, RHP.
- David Price, LHP.