Looks like the Dodgers' long-term "crush the spirit of our fan base for a few years, then watch the chaos that unfolds when we start spending money like it's going out of style" strategy has finally started to pay dividends.
We have only to look across the table to our trade partner to see a cautionary tale of the happen when one opens one's wallet without regard for the consequences. I have concern for the immense amount of risk in play, but that statement can be applied to every day of my baseball fan life up until this one, as well. As far as I'm concerned, every big name trade or free agent acquisition has a mini-Dreifort inside of him, struggling to get out.
On the other hand (and hear me out, here), FUCK THAT. We could all be hit by a bus tomorrow. Probably not the SAME bus, because how crazy would that be? Different buses, but I digress. I confess that I haven't the faintest idea what is going on, but the today's roster is better than yesterday's. If it all goes straight to hell tomorrow or next Tuesday or three years from now, I'll have plenty of time to be pissed off THEN.