According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, 11 teams have expressed interest in Cody Bellinger, including the Houston Astros.
The Dodgers decided to non-tender Bellinger last week rather than paying him a projected $19 million in arbitration.
Bellinger has struggled the past three seasons after winning the National League MVP Award in 2019. He set career highs across the board in that 2019 season, hitting .305/.406/.629 with 47 home runs, 115 RBI, 121 runs scored and 15 stolen bases. He was also an All-Star and NL Rookie of the Year two years earlier when he hit .267 with 39 homers and 97 RBI.
Teams are hoping that a change of scenery will help get Bellinger back to what he was back in 2019 when he won the NL MVP award.
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