The Los Angeles Dodgers are presumably negotiating with Bryce Harper but even then, the spring is going on and they are still making deals not involving a former MVP.
Utility infielder Brad Miller has been brought in on a minor league deal with an invite to spring training. The 29-year-old split time last season with the Tampa Bay Rays and the Milwaukee Brewers, finishing at .248/.311/.413 with 13 doubles, seven home runs and 29 RBI.
Miller is a six-year veteran that began his career with the Seattle Mariners. He can play all around the infield and even has some experience in the outfield. It wouldn’t appear that there is room for him on the major league roster as it currently stands but it’s the type of depth signing that the Dodgers have prided themselves on in recent years.