Why Dodgers Passed On Giancarlo Stanton, And Why It Doesn’t Matter

Not because they don’t think he’s a great player. Not because they’re cheap. Not because they don’t care about the fans. But because he wasn’t worth upsetting the long-term plan. Because he wasn’t worth a quarter of a billion dollars. And because they don’t want to be tied to a player until 2027.December 09, 2017 at 03:30PM

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