LAS VEGAS -- The Los Angeles Dodgers continue to wait for Manny Ramirez.
And we mean that in every literal sense of the word.
Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said Monday that the club never heard a word from Ramirez's camp following their offer of salary arbitration -- which Ramirez declined on Sunday.
"You would think an offer to salary arbitration would open the door to a conversation," Colletti said.
This was after the Dodgers offered a two-year deal, believed to be with a club option for a third year, for a reported $25 million a year roughly a month ago.
"I just find it curious that we made an offer and never heard back, and then we made an arbitration offer and never heard back," Colletti said. "Maybe we have to look into the communications we're using."