Are the Dodgers in trouble? Or does general manager Ned Colletti have a plan? Dodgers fans found no solace amid the rumors of the ballclub's financial trouble when starting pitcher Randy Wolf, arguably the team's most consistent starter, was not offered arbitration earlier this week. It begs the question: If financial woes were not the determining factor in this decision, what was? Let's look at the facts: the Dodgers were staring down the barrel at nine arbitration-eligible players and 13 free agents. Included in the arbitration-eligible category are Andre Ethier, James Loney, Matt Kemp, Jonathan Broxton, Chad Billingsley, and Russell Martin—aka the crux of the Dodger crew. Eep. Keeping the family together is going to be expensive. Perhaps Colletti is simply waiti ...
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