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  • It appears there will be no new superstar coming to the Dodgers

    It appears there will be no new superstar coming to the Dodgers
    Jon Lester, enjoy the Windy City. Cole Hamels, it would have been sweet. Max Scherzer, rejoice in those coming riches. James Shields, guess we never really thought it was going to happen. The superstar pitcher who was going to be added to give the...
  • Rollins trade appears to be finalized as Dodgers reach agreement with Padres

    Rollins trade appears to be finalized as Dodgers reach agreement with Padres
    A five-player trade that was first reported a week earlier was completed late Thursday night as the San Diego Padres finalized a deal to acquire Matt Kemp from the Los Angeles Dodgers, multiple media outlets reported. That trade enables the Phillies...
  • If Howie Kendrick walks after next season, trade could haunt Dodgers

    Having any trouble with this one? The Dodgers traded a bright pitching prospect, a former ninth overall pick, to the Angels for one year of 31-year-old second baseman Howie Kendrick. Andrew Heaney, a 23-year-old left-hander, could become a mainstay in...
  • Dodgers' Andrew Friedman to hear about it if Matt Kemp trade backfires

    Dodgers' Andrew Friedman to hear about it if Matt Kemp trade backfires
    As the San Diego Padres were preparing to introduce Matt Kemp as their new star attraction Friday, Andrew Friedman explained the Dodgers' polarizing decision to trade the two-time All-Star. The Dodgers' president of baseball operations laughed when told...
  • There should be no way Dodgers sign pitcher accused of throwing games

    This new Dodgers brain trust seemingly has a place for anyone, regardless of past indiscretions. That Andrew Friedman, he’s a forgiving guy. While with the Tampa Bay Rays, he once traded for reliever Josh Lueke, who had been accused of rape and...
  • Dodgers designate Erisbel Arruebarrena to make room for Brett Anderson

    Dodgers designate Erisbel Arruebarrena to make room for Brett Anderson
    Say this for Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten, he’s not only letting new President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman reshape what ex-General Manager Ned Colletti built, but also what Kasten did. The Dodgers finally announced the signing of left-hander...
  • Dodgers make signing of Brett Anderson official

    Dodgers make signing of Brett Anderson official
    The Dodgers could afford Max Scherzer or James Shields. No one is claiming otherwise. They will pay $88 million in salary next season to six starting pitchers — one of whom, Dan Haren, will pitch for another team. They will pay $30 million to...
  • Just who is going to start in center for the Dodgers?

    Just who is going to start in center for the Dodgers?
    Put me in, coach -- I’m ready to play today. Look at me, I can be, center field. And now for what is shaping up as the Dodgers’ most interesting decision, one still looming, that could be decided any day now or still hanging in early May:...
  • Dodgers stand in way of Cubs' plan for Russell Martin

    The biggest stumbling block for the Cubs in their pursuit of free-agent catcher Russell Martin seemingly is the Dodgers' unlimited budget. There's little chance the Pirates will outbid the Cubs, and the Blue Jays don't seem to have the stomach to go...
  • Bringing back catcher A.J. Ellis is received wisdom on Dodgers' part

    Bringing back catcher A.J. Ellis is received wisdom on Dodgers' part
    Now that Clayton Kershaw has won this third Cy Young, the Dodgers have awarded him somebody even more important. He has just been given an A.J. Ellis. In a smart old-school baseball move by the Dodgers' new analytical bosses, Ellis was tendered a one-...
  • A.J. Ellis and all other arbitration-eligible Dodgers to return

    A.J. Ellis and all other arbitration-eligible Dodgers to return
    Catcher A.J. Ellis is coming back, and apparently so are all seven other  Dodgers eligible for arbitration. The Dodgers signed infielder Darwin Barney to a one-year contract for $2.525 million and tendered contracts to the other seven players prior to...