LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- First, Ned Colletti said he wouldn't trade them because he believed in their potential. Then, he said he wouldn't trade them because they were entering the prime years of their careers. Now, he's saying he won't trade them because he knows more about them.
"Some of it's great, some of it you wonder about," the Dodgers' general manager said. "I still think it's a real good core."
With most of the Dodgers' top priorities of the off-season already addressed, Colletti took time on the first day of the winter meetings to offer his "State of the Kids" address, which has become an annual tradition at this event.