Mookie Betts is scheduled to become a free agent this offseason following a 60-game slate amid a tumultuous year full of labor strife and fears over the coronavirus pandemic.
Major League payrolls are expected to fall in the wake of COVID-19, but Betts says he doesn't regret turning down a 10-year, $300 million extension offer from the Boston Red Sox last offseason.
The Red Sox dealt Betts to the Los Angeles Dodgers earlier this year.
"I don't regret turning down that," Betts said. "Once I make a decision, I make a decision. I'm not going back and questioning myself. I don't worry about that. The market will be what the market is. We'll just cross that bridge when we get there. But for right now, it's just the safety and health that I'm worried about."