Evaluating the most likely possible landing spots for Ben Zobrist

Los Angeles Angels 

2016 committed salary: $139.7 million

The Angels could be in high pursuit of Zobrist this offseason, as they are in desperate need of left-handed bats. Left-handers on the Angels roster last year hit just .236/.289/.356, and the team has obvious holes in left field and third base. The Angels could also look to improve at second base as well.

Zobrist could be a great fit, especially from the left side in LA. He could see time in both the infield and outfield and would be a prime left-handed bat for a premium price. The Angels are also looking into Daniel Murphy as well, but Zobrist seems to make more sense considering his outfield ability.

The Angels need help from the left-side, and Zobrist could be a solid fit out in Southern California.

One Response

  1. will

    What about the Nationals or Giants? No Desmond for Washington, no Aoki for SF, both would be logical.


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