Dodgers GM Ned Colletti told Bob Nightengale of USA Today that he is "not inclined to move anyone so long as [the Dodgers] have a chance" (Twitter link). The Dodgers, who trail the Giants by 5.0 games in the Wild Card race, have until Tuesday to decide whether to trade Manny Ramirez to the White Sox, hand the slugger over, or hold on.
The Dodgers have six games remaining against the Giants, six against the Padres and nine against the Rockies, so they could re-insert themselves into the playoff picture. At this point, it's undeniably in Colletti's best interest to say that he has no intention of trading Ramirez. Admitting the intent to part with the 38-year-old would give the White Sox leverage.
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