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  • Rays' Friedman to lead Dodgers

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: updated with quotes Rays' Friedman to lead Dodgers The Los Angeles Dodgers hired Tampa Bay Rays executive Andrew Friedman as their new president of baseball operations Tuesday with the hope that he can lead the postseason...
  • Dodgers front office will never be the same, however that shakes down

    Dodgers front office will never be the same, however that shakes down
    It’s a new day, so hold on tight. This ride could go most anywhere. Best wear the spurs. How it finally shakes down, nobody can be certain, but that’s what happens when you’re almost making things up as you go along. To push things...
  • MLB roundup: Dodgers hire Rays executive

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Dodgers hire Rays executive The Los Angeles Dodgers named Tampa Bay Rays executive Andrew Friedman as their new president of baseball operations on Tuesday with the hope that he can lead the postseason success. General...
  • Cubs pin hopes on elusive TV deal

     Cubs pin hopes on elusive TV deal
    The Chicago Cubs think they have 2020 vision. It's not as clear as they believe. That's what happens when you spend too much time staring at the television. And now it's going to be all about the television. The Cubs are talking about the TV...
  • While focus is on the field, Orioles can cash in on postseason bonuses

    While focus is on the field, Orioles can cash in on postseason bonuses
    Hall of Famer Jim Palmer knows exactly how much his bonus was for helping pitch the Orioles to a four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1966 World Series. To the penny. "It was $11,683.40," Palmer recalled last week. "It doesn't seem like a...
  • Joe Maddon: 'I want to continue to be a Ray'

    From the moment the Dodgers announced the hiring of Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations on Tuesday, the baseball world anticipated the next step: the hiring of Joe Maddon as manager. Friedman and Maddon worked together for nine seasons...
  • 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 Los Angeles Dodgers to be their president of baseball operations. Ned Colletti, the Dodgers' general manager for the last nine seasons, will remain...
  • Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw and ONEHOPE Wine debut a Napa Valley red for charity

    Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw and ONEHOPE Wine debut a Napa Valley red for charity
    How good would it feel to spend $60 on a bottle of high-end Napa Valley red and know that half the profits were going to feeding Los Angeles homeless families? That’s what Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw and ONEHOPE Wine¬†are counting on...
  • Spending helps teams get into the playoffs, but it seems to matter little in the postseason

    A warning shot by Kobe Bryant across the NBA's bow last week hinted that salary caps aren't always a perfect solution for sports leagues. Bryant was quick to call out team owners for hypocrisy after the NBA's new nine-year, $24.4 billion national TV...
  • Cardinals await prognosis on Molina's injury

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - St. Louis Cardinals - INSIDE PITCH Unwilling to lose the services of Yadier Molina for the remainder of the postseason, the St. Louis Cardinals announced Monday that they will keep the injured catcher on the roster...
  • Why the Dodgers should bring catcher A.J. Ellis back

    Why the Dodgers should bring catcher A.J. Ellis back
    A.J. Ellis hit .191 last season, will turn 34 next April, and the Dodgers should bring him back? Yep. A.J. Ellis had knee surgery, badly sprained his ankle and started only 89 games last year, and the Dodgers should re-sign him? Absolutely....