Dodgers GM says he's in 'listening' mode before deadline

LOS ANGELES -- Ned Colletti is among the most active general managers in baseball around the trade deadline -- and, often, after it -- so it's entirely possible he'll make another move before Wednesday afternoon's non-waiver trade deadline.

Colletti said he's not counting on it.

The team traded for starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco last month and, on Tuesday, signed former San Francisco Giants' closer Brian Wilson as a free agent. Wilson will work his way back in the minor leagues and they're expecting him on their roster in 2-3 weeks.

Colletti said other teams repeatedly asked for the Dodgers' top prospects when he discussed available relievers. The Dodgers are intent on restocking their minor-league system, so they were hesitant to move them, and Colletti said he viewed the market for relievers as both slow and overpriced.

"At this point, we're really in the listening stage," Colletti said. "If we think there's a deal that can improve us, we'll consider it."

One area the Dodgers might still look to upgrade is the back of their rotation. Chris Capuano has been unreliable and Stephen Fife remains on the 15-day disabled list with bursitis in his right shoulder.

"You talk about a limited number of people who are available," Colletti said.

Here are the lineups for Tuesday night, the New York Yankees first visit to Dodger Stadium since 2010:

New York

1. Brett Gardner CF

2. Derek Jeter SS

3. Robinson Cano 2B

4. Alfonso Soriano LF

5. Lyle Overbay 1B

6. Ichiro Suzuki RF

7. Jayson Nix 3B

8. Chris Stewart C

9. Andy Pettitte LHP


1. Carl Crawford LF

2. Yasiel Puig RF

3. Adrian Gonzalez 1B

4. Hanley Ramirez SS

5. A.J. Ellis C

6. Andre Ethier CF

7. Juan Uribe 3B

8. Mark Ellis 2B

9. Zack Greinke RHP