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  • After unwisely trading Matt Kemp, heat is on Dodgers' Andrew Friedman

    After unwisely trading Matt Kemp, heat is on Dodgers' Andrew Friedman
    Quick, somebody tear down that Matt Kemp billboard on the corner of Sunset and Elysian Park and throw up a new one featuring a stranger with a jackhammer. Live. Breathe. Friedman. The Dodgers are no longer a reflection of two playoff appearances in...
  • Daily Dodger in Review: Dee Gordon seizes opportunity, gets traded

    Daily Dodger in Review: Dee Gordon seizes opportunity, gets traded
    DEE GORDON, 26, second base. Final 2014 stats: .289, 92 runs, 24 doubles, 12 triples, 64 stolen bases, with .326 on-base and .378 slugging percentages. Contract status: First year of salary arbitration. The good: Gave Dodgers a legitimate leadoff...
  • Report: White Sox sign Melky Cabrera

    Report: White Sox sign Melky Cabrera
    The White Sox signed free-agent outfielder Melky Cabrera to a three-year contract “in the $45 million range,” WSCR-AM 670 reported late Saturday. The deal was pending a physical, the report said. Center fielder Adam Eaton sent a message to...
  • White Sox's stealth pursuit of Melky Cabrera pays off

    White Sox's stealth pursuit of Melky Cabrera pays off
    The White Sox’s stealth pursuit of free agent Melky Cabrera paid off late Saturday when the former Blue Jays outfielder agreed to a three-year deal. MLB.com confirmed the 30-year-old Cabrera agreed to a deal worth an estimated $42-43.5 million,...
  • Larry Stone: Road to Cooperstown getting tougher for Edgar Martinez

    My Hall of Fame ballot is ready to send off, after what has become the usual two weeks of anguish and pre-emptive second-guessing. A pair of seminal ex-Mariners are checked off. Spoiler alert: Randy Johnson is going to be elected, and Edgar Martinez isn'...
  • White Sox like winter meetings haul but still want more

    White Sox like winter meetings haul but still want more
    SAN DIEGO — The White Sox left the winter meetings Thursday feeling very good about the trio of pitchers they brought back to Chicago, including newly added left-handed reliever Dan Jennings. But Sox general manager Rick Hahn said the club doesn&...
  • After winter meetings, Cubs still looking to supplement roster for 2015

    SAN DIEGO — Despite sprinting out of the blocks with three significant acquisitions this week, the Cubs are far from finished in restructuring their roster for 2015. "We still have a lot of work to do," general manager Jed Hoyer said Thursday as...
  • Around baseball

    Around baseball
    American LeagueCentral Division White Sox: Additions of Jeff Samardzija, David Robertson and Adam LaRoche should make Sox instant contenders if defense holds up. Indians: Quiet so far, but adding Brandon Moss is an upgrade. Now if the Tribe can only...
  • Starter Jason Hammel excited about opportunity with the Cubs

    Starter Jason Hammel excited about opportunity with the Cubs
    A series of reunions looks promising for the Cubs' 2015 rotation. "I knew this was a place for me and (knew I) would have a very good opportunity," Jason Hammel said Friday of his return after being traded in July to the A's. "Thankfully, (Cubs President...
  • Gordon brings lightning to complement Stanton's thunder

    Gordon brings lightning to complement Stanton's thunder
    Dee Gordon is delighted to be returning to his home state. The Miami Marlins are excited about the prospect of the speedy leadoff hitter running home time and again in the coming years. No one more so than Giancarlo Stanton, who was "thrilled,"...
  • Jon Lester developed 'wow' factor at high school in Pacific Northwest

    Jon Lester developed 'wow' factor at high school in Pacific Northwest
    The wow factor started as a freshman at Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma, Wash., and continued in games in which left-hander Jon Lester didn't pitch. "He was too good not to play when he wasn't pitching," longtime Bellarmine coach Rick Barnhart recalled. "If...