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  • Angels get promising pitcher in Howie Kendrick trade

    Angels get promising pitcher in Howie Kendrick trade
    A quiet winter meetings for the Angels got loud in a hurry late Wednesday night when the club traded veteran second baseman Howie Kendrick to the Dodgers for promising left-hander Andrew Heaney, who had been acquired from the Miami Marlins earlier in...
  • Dodgers make major moves, acquire Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick

    Dodgers make major moves, acquire Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick
    The Dodgers went into the third day of baseball's winter meetings with no shortstop and Dee Gordon at second base. Three trades later, their middle infield consisted of Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick. Gordon and Dan Haren were Miami Marlins. By the...
  • Cubs lose lefty pitcher in Rule 5 draft

    Cubs lose lefty pitcher in Rule 5 draft
    SAN DIEGO -- The Chicago Cubs lost Double-A left-hander Andrew McKirahan to the Miami Marlins on Thursday in the Rule 5 draft. The Marlins must keep McKirahan on the major-league roster for 2015 or offer him back to the Cubs for half of the $50,000...
  • Twins sign Ervin Santana to four-year deal

    Twins sign Ervin Santana to four-year deal
    SAN DIEGO -- The Minnesota Twins have agreed to terms with right-handed pitcher Ervin Santana on a four-year deal Wednesday. Yahoo Sports reported that the deal is worth $54 million and will include a fifth-year option that vests depending on innings...
  • Angels boost infield depth with Rule 5 selections

    Angels boost infield depth with Rule 5 selections
    The Angels bolstered their infield depth in the Rule 5 draft on Thursday, acquiring utility man Taylor Featherston for cash from the Chicago Cubs, who had selected Featherston from Colorado’s double-A team in the major league phase of the draft....
  • As popular Dodgers exit, Stan Kasten reminds that it's about winning

    As popular Dodgers exit, Stan Kasten reminds that it's about winning
    SAN DIEGO — The Dodgers open the 2015 season at Dodger Stadium, against the San Diego Padres. The cheers will be long and loud for one of the Padres' outfielders, a guy by the name of Matt Kemp. The Dodgers dispatched two of their most popular...
  • There were plenty of winners and losers at baseball's winter meetings

    There were plenty of winners and losers at baseball's winter meetings
    In Ned Colletti's first winter as Dodgers general manager, he made three trades, a perfectly reasonable volume. In Andrew Friedman's first winter in charge, he dominated the winter meetings by making four trades within 24 hours. There was the midnight...
  • Angels retain David Freese; let go of Gordon Beckham, Wade LeBlanc

    Angels retain David Freese; let go of Gordon Beckham, Wade LeBlanc
    The Angels tendered a 2015 contract to David Freese on Tuesday, assuring that the veteran third baseman, who is projected to make $6.3 million in arbitration next season, remains under club control. The team declined to tender 2015 contacts to utility...
  • Orioles receiving lots of calls on Chen, had talks with L.A. Angels earlier in offseason

    Orioles receiving lots of calls on Chen, had talks with L.A. Angels earlier in offseason
    As they prepare to head to San Diego for this week’s annual winter meetings, Orioles executives believe the industry-wide interest in a possible trade for left-hander Wei-Yin Chen is “very high.” The Orioles have received more...
  • Baseball clubs look to improve title chances with trades

    Baseball clubs look to improve title chances with trades
    Hundreds of front-office executives, managers, coaches and scouts will descend upon San Diego this week for Major League Baseball's annual winter meetings, all with the singular purpose of molding their teams into World Series contenders. But what...
  • Can Angels fans believe Dipoto that off-season is about accent players?

    To many Angels fans, General Manager Jerry Dipoto is like the boy who cried wolf. Whatever Dipoto says, especially this time of year, they tend to believe the opposite. Asked about free-agent Albert Pujols in November of 2011, Dipoto said the slugger...