Probably not. Not at this point, anyway. But according to multiple industry sources, the Dodgers have more than a passing interest in acquiring the reigning A.L. Cy Young Award winner — IF the price is right. From what I understand, right now, it isn’t. Sabathia is a free agent at season’s end, so acquiring him carries with it the chance that he will be nothing more than a two-month rental. Dodgers aren’t going to give up a ton of prospects for that. … The other rumor out there centers on Jack Wilson, the Pittsburgh shortstop, who would seem to me to be exactly what the Dodgers need and exactly what they’re looking for. He is an everyday-caliber SS, a former All-Star who can hit, and he has a year left on his contract — plus a clup option for 2010. … Dodgers GM Ned Colletti declined to comment on either possibility. “It’s just rumor,” he said. … Sabathia’s $9 million salary for this year automatically bumped to $11 million when he won last year’s Cy. Wilson is getting $6.5 million this year and $7.25 million next year. The option is for $8.4 million with a $600k buyout.