MLB Rumors: Dodgers May 'Make a Move' for Josh Hader After Yamamoto, Ohtani Contracts

The Los Angeles Dodgers made the two biggest free-agent signings of the offseason in Shohei Ohtani and Yoshinobu Yamamoto, 

 but they are apparently still looking for big-name players and are interested in one of the finest relievers on the market.

"Our own Tom Verducci has stated that the Dodgers are not done yet." They could yet make a bid for Josh Hader, according to MLB Network's Jon Morosi on Tuesday.

Hader, a five-time All-Star, played for the San Diego Padres in 2023 after being acquired from the Milwaukee Brewers at the 2022 trade deadline. He finished with a 1.28 ERA, a 1.10 WHIP, 

 and 85 strikeouts in 56.1 innings of work, tying him for seventh in the majors.Hader is a three-time NL Reliever of the Year who would be a solid anchor in any bullpen. He started his career with five straight seasons with an ERA under 1.00.

It's not surprising that the Dodgers aren't the only team interested in Hader. Morosi stated that multiple teams will be "very aggressive" in the bullpen market, naming

the World Series champion Texas Rangers, the Los Angeles Angels, and the New York Yankees as teams that will pursue Hader and other top free-agent relievers like Robert Stephenson and Jordan Hicks.

If the Dodgers sign Hader, it will be yet another significant addition to an already historic offseason haul. Los Angeles added a two-time MVP in Ohtani

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