The Dodgers are well known for trading away superstars such as Pedro Martinez and Mike Piazza. They tend to make brilliant trade deadline moves such as trading future all-star first baseman Paul Konerko for scrub closer Jeff Shaw, just as Eric Karros' age was creating a need for a first basemen. The Dodgers spend hundreds of millions of dollars on injured pitchers. From Darren Dreifort to Jason Schmidt to Kevin Brown, whichever GM has not been around long enough to get fired finds a way to challenge common sense.
If the Dodgers are in such a charitable mood this summer, perhaps they should let White take James Loney or Matt Kemp with him. They need to make room to sign another washed up veteran anyway.