The link above is but one story which has been circulating in the past few weeks, stating that the Gugenheim money behind the current Dodgers management has given Ned Colletti the AmEx Black card and told him to go get what he needs.
What Ned needs, of course, is an established right-handed starter to complement Clayton Kershaw in the rotation. The Dodgers just watched the Giants win with many tools but chief among them was a balanced, productive rotation.
So it may well be that Colletti will make a ridiculous offer to Greinke to sign with the Dodgers, and it may well come down to which league Grenike prefers to play in--I don't know if he's one of those pitchers who likes the chance to hit as well, but his numbers would probably improve a tick or two if pitching only against NL bats.
I know that Arte and Jerry said goodbye to Haren, Santana and Hunter for the opportunity to clear millions off the payroll, but I get the impression the Dodgers may well make a stupid-rich offer to Greinke that Arte can't match, in the same manner as the line he drew in his offers to Crawford and Beltre.
So, who do you suppose would be the Plan B for the team? Kuroda? Sanchez? A trade?