2. A second baseman
The outlook at second base next season is bleak for the Los Angeles Angels. After trading Ian Kinsler and Zack Cozart playing third, the Angels cannot afford to sit still and not add a second baseman in free agency.
Quite frankly, nearly any move the Angels make will be an improvement from what the team currently has. However, the front office must be smart and not fall into the same trap it has before.
Brian Dozier fits the billing to a tee of what the front office has added in the past. He is a former All-Star that at one point was one of the best second basemen in the MLB. However, he has since fallen off and has played so bad with the Los Angeles Dodgers that he has been relegated to the bench.
Yet still, that bat still has some pop and he can be a good power-hitting bat to put alongside Mike Trout, hoping that the pairing would improve his numbers. He seems to like Los Angeles, at least on the outside looking in and the Dodgers may have other plans for second.
That leaves the door wide open for the Los Angeles Angels. While I wholeheartedly think Brian Dozier will sign with the Angels, I think other options such as Asdrubal Cabrera would be a better fit.
Heck, DJ LeMahieu is on the market as well and would be a great bat to add at the top of the order. If the Angels strikeout on those options, Dozier is better than nothing.