It appears as though the Dodgers may be done spending this offseason.
"We're pretty much where we're going to be budgetarily," Ned Colletti said, "unless something jumps out at us that's too good to say no to."
L.A.'s winter spending spree likely culminated with the signing of Zack Greinke to a six-year, $147 million contract.
Since Frank McCourt sold the team to the Guggenheim Baseball Group last spring, the Dodgers have taken on more than $600 million in player salaries and they are in the midst of about $100 million in upgrades to Dodger Stadium.
The Dodgers likely will enter 2013 with a payroll exceeding $230 million, eclipsing the 2008 Yankees' record payroll of $209 million handily.