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  • Clayton Kershaw has perfect spring opener in Dodgers' 6-1 win

    Clayton Kershaw has perfect spring opener in Dodgers' 6-1 win
    And then all was right in the baseball universe, or at least in the part that orbits around the Dodgers. Clayton Kershaw made his first appearance of the spring and looked not like the pitcher last seen being chased by the Cardinals in the playoffs, but...
  • A case for Dodgers to sign Rafael Soriano or Francisco Rodriguez

    A case for Dodgers to sign Rafael Soriano or Francisco Rodriguez
    Let’s keep this simple, because clearly that’s what so many of you do best. When people consider the Dodgers, what is universally considered the organization’s greatest asset? Moola! A well of wealth so deep that no one is certain...
  • Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen to start season on DL after foot surgery

    Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen to start season on DL after foot surgery
    Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen will start the season on the disabled list as he recovers from a foot operation he underwent Tuesday. Jansen is expected to be sidelined for eight to 12 weeks, meaning he could miss as many as the first five weeks of the...
  • After all that shuffling, will Dodgers be improved next season?

    After all that shuffling, will Dodgers be improved next season?
    Will they be better this season? That’s the big, immediate, simple question. Will the 2015 Dodgers be an improved team over the one seen last season? You can hate every trade, question every signing and fear for their future once the contracts...
  • Daily Dodger in Review: Chris Perez experiment goes boom

    Daily Dodger in Review: Chris Perez experiment goes boom
    CHRIS PEREZ, 29, reliever. Final 2014 stats: 1-3, 4.27 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, one save, .228 opponent batting average and 39 strikeouts and six homers in 46 1/3 innings. Contract status: Free agent. The good: Had a 3.23 ERA and held opponents to a .213...
  • Dodgers expected to sign pitcher Sergio Santos

    Dodgers expected to sign pitcher Sergio Santos
    The Dodgers, in search of bullpen depth, are expected to sign right-hander Sergio Santos to a minor league contract. Santos, 31, battled shoulder and elbow injuries during three seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays. He had a 1.75 earned-run average in...
  • Brian Wilson will return to Dodgers in 2015, Scott Elbert won't

    Brian Wilson will return to Dodgers in 2015, Scott Elbert won't
    In addition to extending a qualifying offer to Hanley Ramirez, the Dodgers announced on Monday that Brian Wilson would return next season and Scott Elbert wouldn’t. Wilson exercised a player option for next season worth as much as $10 million,...
  • Dodgers' hiring of executive Andrew Friedman signals a cultural shift

    Dodgers' hiring of executive Andrew Friedman signals a cultural shift
    A week after the abrupt end to one of their most disappointing postseasons, the Dodgers made a move that could change a culture. Andrew Friedman, a 37-year-old former investment banker who built the Tampa Bay Rays into perennial contenders with low...
  • Taking a final, forced look at that Dodgers 2014 bullpen

    Taking a final, forced look at that Dodgers 2014 bullpen
    It’s OK, you can open your eyes now. Come on out from that silly hiding place. It’s all over. Be courageous, the Dodgers’ 2014 bullpen has been put to rest. Not in peace, particularly, but to rest. Shot in the heart by Manager Don...
  • Dodgers hire Andrew Friedman to head baseball operations department

    Dodgers hire Andrew Friedman to head baseball operations department
    Andrew Friedman, who led the low-budget Tampa Bay Rays to four postseason berths, has been hired by the Dodgers to be their president of baseball operations. Ned Colletti, the Dodgers' general manager for the last nine seasons, will remain with the...
  • There's enough blame to go around for this Dodgers debacle

    There's enough blame to go around for this Dodgers debacle
    The failure ended with baseball's best pitcher turning his back to home plate, dropping his hands to his knees and his head toward the ground, shadowed by a Gateway Arch that hovers over the Dodgers like a pendulum over a pit. The failure happened here,...