Lately, there’s been a lot of talk in baseball circles about ‘untouchables’. Recently, we explored which prospects should be untouchable. Then, Cody Bellinger was also named the most untouchable player in the Dodgers’ organization by an MLB.com writer.
While it’s easy to say that no player should be untouchable when you are chasing your first title since 1988, that’s not exactly true.
For instance, remember when the Miami Marlins wanted Bellinger in a swap for catcher J.T. Realmuto? Now what did that accomplish? Realistically, if an organization labels a player untouchable; it draws a line in the sand. Besides saving everyone involved time, it also shows clear direction. It’s a way of a team planting their flag in the sand and saying this guy; this is the guy or group of guys we are moving forward with and building around.
And it’s not a bad thing.
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— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) November 20, 2019
Therefore, we asked you to give us your top five Dodgers’ untouchable players in the…