The Dodgers aren't yet done assembling their roster, with their attention turned now to the bench. The latest rumor of the day revolves around third baseman Scott Rolen, who has spent the last 3½ years with the Reds.

Both Buster Olney at ESPN and Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reported the Dodgers have talked internally about adding Rolen, with Shaikin adding that "the team has not reached out to Rolen to gauge his interest."

Mike Petriello at Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness has also heard of the club's interest in Rolen and believes that the seven-time All-Star and eight-time Gold Glove winner is "likely to make a decision in the next 24-48 hours."

The big question for the Dodgers this offseason has been, are they really going to have a payroll of over $230 million yet have Luis Cruz start at third base? Cruz, who was one of the great stories of 2012 for the Dodgers, is still a relative unknown quantity. At the very least, even if Cruz does begin the season as the starting third baseman, it's nice to have options.