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4 Relievers Dodgers Could Target After Josh Hader Off the Board

"Los Angeles Dodgers shift gears in search for relief pitcher after Josh Hader sweepstakes, targeting free agents and trade options."

The Los Angeles Dodgers must adjust their strategy in the search for a relief pitcher now that the Josh Hader sweepstakes is over. With spring training approaching, they need to consider free agents Ryan Brasier, Robert Stephenson, David Robertson, and Matt Moore as potential candidates. The Dodgers have also expressed interest in closers Kenley Jansen and Emmanuel Clase as possible trade targets.

Brasier had an impressive season with the Dodgers, turning his performance around after a rough start in Boston. In his 39 appearances for the Dodgers, he had a 0.70 ERA, a 0.72 WHIP, and limited opponents to a .136 batting average.

Stephenson is also a strong contender, coming off his best season yet with the Tampa Bay Rays. He had a career-best 2.35 ERA and the best strikeout-to-walk ratio in MLB.

Robertson, despite being 38 years old, still has a lot to offer with his postseason experience and solid performance in the 2023 season. Moore, the only left-hander on the list, had a solid season in 2023 and could provide the Dodgers with another option when needed.

With the bullpen being the Dodgers' strong suit last season, adding another reliable arm could further solidify their pitching lineup. The addition of any of these free agents could prove to be a valuable asset for the Dodgers as they prepare for the upcoming season.

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