After an unusually quiet offseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers could be primed to make a significant run at Shohei Ohtani as a free agent next winter.

Appearing on Get Up ESPN's Buster Olney said the feeling around MLB is that "many believe" Ohtani will end up with the Dodgers on a deal that could be worth at least $600 million.

Without explicitly stating their intention to make a run at Ohtani, the Dodgers at least indicated to outside observers they could be planning to do something big next offseason.

Los Angeles' front office didn't sign a single free agent to a contract longer than one year. Trea Turner, Tyler Anderson, Andrew Heaney, Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger were among the notable Dodgers who left to sign with new teams in free agency.

The Dodgers are coming into the 2023 season with the fifth-highest payroll in MLB at $218.3 million. It's the first time in four years they haven't had the highest payroll in the sport.