Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesFuture teammates? (In Los Angeles, we mean.)If the Dodgers lived in a world of riches and roses, they would sign Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder, get as much value in exchange for James Loney as they could, and greet the 2012 season with high hopes.
Now let's talk about the world they actually live in.
It's a world that I've believed does not include any realistic possibility of Pujols or Fielder coming to Los Angeles except in the visitor dugout. Even if the imminent hearing on Frank McCourt's ability to auction off the team's TV rights results in the final blow to his ownership, I've felt there would be too much chaos this winter to allow the Dodgers to commit, if I'm low-balling it, what would be a minimum
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