According to Jon Heyman, the Dodgers have Anthony Rendon "on their radar" going into this free agency period.
Rendon this season hit an incredible .319 with 34 homers, 126 RBI and a 1.010 OPS during his 2019 championship for the Washington Nationals.
Los Angeles has not spent big time on free agents since president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman took over in 2014 and the largest contract handed out during his tenure is the five-year, $80 million extension the Dodgers gave closer Kenley Jansen three years ago. Rendon would cost a ton and would be a huge splash for the Dodgers if he is able to land in Los Angeles.
He is expected to sign a contract in excess of $200 million but short of the eight-year, $260 million contract extension Nolan Arenado signed with the Colorado Rockies.
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