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Could Dodgers' depth strategy turn off the veterans it needs to succeed?

In the two years that Andrew Friedman has been the Dodgers’ president of baseball operations, the team has won the National League West both times, with Friedman building championship teams upon a foundation of depth. That could prove more difficult for Friedman as the years go on, according to...
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