Dodgers in The Hoffman Hunt

By / January 7, 2009 / Uncategorized

The LA Dodgers have made an offer to the all-times saves leader, Trevor Hoffman.

MLB.com reports it is a one year deal with an option for 2010 worth more than the $4 million the San Diego Padres offered him. Just as it was rumored CC Sabathia wanted to go to the West Coast, so the rumors are flying about Hoffman since his home is in Anaheim.

The Milwaukee Brewers are still in the mix as well, with the manager, Ken Macha, placing a call to the closer pretty much kissing up to him.

The two teams are in the lead for Hoffman.

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Ed Leyro

Why are the Dodgers trying to get a declining Trevor Hoffman when they have Jonathan Broxton? Wasn’t Broxton supposed to be the future closer in LA? Broxton is a big-time strikeout pitcher and is only 24 years old. Unless something is wrong with Broxton that I don’t know about, he must really be ticked off at the Dodgers for not giving him a chance to close.

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Ed Leyro

Why are the Dodgers trying to get a declining Trevor Hoffman when they have Jonathan Broxton? Wasn’t Broxton supposed to be the future closer in LA? Broxton is a big-time strikeout pitcher and is only 24 years old. Unless something is wrong with Broxton that I don’t know about, he must really be ticked off at the Dodgers for not giving him a chance to close.

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