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  • Yankees take Jamie Hoffmann in Rule 5 draft

     
    The Yankees took Dodgers outfielder Jamie Hoffmann with the first pick of the Rule 5 draft, which means they effectively traded Brian Bruney for him. (Bruney went to the Washington Nationals earlier this week in exchange for the pick.) Also,......
  • 2010 Dodgers payroll update

     
    The following worksheet reflects players under contract to the Dodgers for the coming season. This is not a prediction of the 2010 Opening Day roster. (Most of the dollar figures below are estimates to begin with, but feel free to......
  • Hey, Big Poor Spender

     
    There's a provocative paragraph about the Dodgers and Aaron Harang in this Jeff Passan column for Yahoo! Sports (link via DodgersNews), but for now I'm highlighting the piece because I share Passan's fascination with the conundrum that is the 2009-10........
  • If only ...

     
    In the midst of a conversation in the comments of True Blue L.A. Wednesday, I posed the following question: Honestly, if the Dodgers had done nothing to this point except offer Wolf and Hudson arbitration -- if they had gotten......
  • Reports: Loney, Kuo, Sherrill avoid arbitration

     
    Based on reports by Ken Gurnick of MLB.com and Jon Heyman of SI.com, three more Dodgers have signed contracts for 2010: James Loney, $3.1 million (predicted: $3.5 million) Hong-Chih Kuo, $950,000 (predicted: $1.5 million) George Sherrill, $4.5 million...
  • Dodgers avoid arbitration with James Loney, George Sherrill and Hong-Chih Kuo

     
    The Dodgers avoided salary arbitration with three of their players this morning, signing James Loney, George Sherrill and Hong-Chih Kuo to one-year contracts. Loney, who was arbitration-eligible for the first time, will earn $3.1 million this year. Loney'...
  • The Dodgers and dear prudence

     
    Life with a financial ceiling: There are things I want, but then there are things I'm better off without. Don't get me wrong — when in doubt, I'd rather have the cash. But an excess of money can lead to......
  • Back to reality for Orioles

    Back to reality for Orioles
    The momentum from Tuesday's improbable Orioles comeback at Camden Yards undoubtedly had legs for most of Wednesday afternoon. Key hits were falling in, Boston's ace was falling apart and Brad Bergesen, the Orioles' rookie pitching sensation, was mowing...
  • O's come alive in 9th

    O's come alive in 9th
    When George Sherrill took the mound in the bottom of the ninth inning to preserve another improbable Orioles win, his first baseman was Luke Scott, who had played one inning at the position in his major league career. Ty Wigginton was at shortstop, a...
  • Mora's homer is right on time

    Mora's homer is right on time
    Melvin Mora was expecting an extra-base hit off the right-field wall in the 12th inning of Saturday night's 4-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays when the ball kept carrying. By the time he rounded first base, Mora realized he had just hit the second walk-...
  • Orioles go into All-Star break on upbeat note

    Orioles go into All-Star break on upbeat note
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will spend the All-Star break in Baltimore, trying to rid himself of an upper respiratory infection that has dogged him for the entire month. Pitching coach Rick Kranitz will return to his Arizona home to relax and...