Dodgers GM Ned Colletti said he has made Manny Ramirez an offer. The only details he would reveal was that it would be for the second-highest average annual value in baseball history and the highest in the history of his franchise.
A-Rod has the highest at $27.5 million. It is believed the Dodgers have offered Ramirez two years and at least $50 million with an option for a third season.
It’s a ton of money but there is little chance Scott Boras will accept it any time soon. Two questions:
1. Would the Dodgers go to three years and $75 million?
2. Can Boras find a better offer someplace else?