Los Angeles Dodgers: Why signing Anthony Rendon won’t happen

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The Los Angeles Dodgers were bested by the Washington Nationals in the NLDS and now Dodger fans want to see a Nationals player in Dodger blue.

The Los Angeles Dodgers‘ loss in the NLDS was nothing short of disappointing. After the abrupt elimination, fans are already turning to the offseason and looking at how the front office can improve this team.

It will be interesting to see what the front office does. There definitely are certain areas that the front office could address this winter to patch up some of the holes on the roster. However, this is still a great team that is coming off of a 106-win season that is also young but experienced.

They got cold and it still took five games to take them down for a team that went into the NLCS and swept the St. Louis Cardinals. It is easy to get emotional, the Dodgers’ front office has to make decisions with perspective.

One of the decisions that Dodger fans seem to want the front office to make is to bring in National League MVP candidate, Anthony Rendon.

Rendon is a free agent after a career-year with the Nationals and in some ways, it feels like the stars are aligning for the Dodgers to sign Rendon.

However, that won’t end up being the reality. Here are the two big reasons why Anthony Rendon won’t become a Dodger this winter.

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