Los Angeles Dodgers will be 'most aggressive' team pursuing David Price

Jim Rogash

The Dodgers will look to add another former Cy Young Award winner to their rotation during the offseason.

The Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to be the "most aggressive" team this offseason pursuing Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher David Pricereports Buster Olney of ESPN.

Olney talked with Tim Kurkjian and Jayson Stark on the Baseball Tonight Podcast about Price's potential trade market. The reporter stated that the Rays will market the starter this offseason, are "very likely" to move Price during the winter.

The Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox were all listed as team's potentially interested in Price, but baseball executives told Olney that they believe the Dodgers will work the hardest to reach a deal with Tampa Bay.

Kurkjian supported Olney's statement by relaying a conversation he had with Stan Kasten; the president of the Dodgers said ownership told him that they approve of the job the front office is doing, but wants them  "to do more, and do it quicker."

The Dodgers already have two former Cy Young award winners in Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke in their starting rotation, the addition of Price would give them a third and potentially the best starting rotation in baseball.

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