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  • Marlins agree with Cishek, three other arbitration-eligible players

    Marlins agree with Cishek, three other arbitration-eligible players
    The Miami Marlins came to terms with four of their seven arbitration-eligible players before Friday's deadline to exchange figures. The remaining three – left-hander Mike Dunn and right-handers Mat Latos and David Phelps – will let arbiters...
  • 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 strike deals with Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner, Juan Nicasio

    Dodgers strike deals with Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner, Juan Nicasio
    The Dodgers won’t have any salary arbitration hearings again this year after agreeing to one-year contracts with closer Kenley Jansen, infielder Justin Turner and right-hander Juan Nicasio. Jansen, Turner and Nicasio were the team’s last...
  • Chris Heisey and the Dodgers avoid salary arbitration

    Chris Heisey and the Dodgers avoid salary arbitration
    Outfielder Chris Heisey and the Dodgers avoided salary arbitration, as the two sides agreed Thursday to a 2015 salary of $2.16 million. Heisey, 30, was acquired from the Cincinnati Reds in the off-season in exchange for right-hander Matt Magill. Heisey...
  • Now open: Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication

    Now open: Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication
    Charley Steiner's name will live forever, at least at his alma mater. Bradley University named its sports communication school in Steiner's honor at a ceremony Thursday night in Los Angeles. "It's really overwhelming," Steiner said. "It will be...
  • Getting Dodgers' SportsNet LA to new viewers affected by media mergers

    Getting Dodgers' SportsNet LA to new viewers affected by media mergers
    PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. — Most Dodgers fans face the bitter prospect of another baseball season starting without the home team on their television set. Getting the Dodgers' SportsNet LA channel into the 70% of local homes without it has been...
  • Orioles have list of high-profile ex-GMs in case Duquette leaves

    Orioles have list of high-profile ex-GMs in case Duquette leaves
    Despite strong statements Wednesday from Orioles managing partner Peter Angelos that the club is not intent on allowing executive vice president Dan Duquette to leave to become president of the division-rival Toronto Blue Jays, the Orioles have compiled a...
  • Do Dodgers have checkbook ready for latest hot Cuban prospect?

    Do Dodgers have checkbook ready for latest hot Cuban prospect?
    Despite that early off-season talk of the Dodgers wanting to bring their payroll down under $200 million in 2015, now it looks like they’ll shatter the record $240 million they spent last season. Jeff Passan at Yahoo Sports estimates the Dodgers...
  • Padres get 2016 All-Star game; Dodgers on deck?

    The San Diego Padres, not the Dodgers, were awarded the 2016 All-Star game on Thursday. However, the Dodgers are increasingly optimistic that the long wait to return the All-Star game to Dodger Stadium is nearing an end. "We talk about the All-Star game...
  • Dodgers' Don Mattingly on catching situation: 'That'll work itself out'

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly on catching situation: 'That'll work itself out'
    So in addition to (still) too many outfielders, the Dodgers now also have too many catchers. Those Geek Squad boys can sure do some funny math. When the Dodgers surprisingly traded Matt Kemp to the Padres, the big get-back was supposedly catcher...
  • Did Matt Kemp leave the Dodgers angry at Manager Don Mattingly?

    Did Matt Kemp leave the Dodgers angry at Manager Don Mattingly?
    Now this is disappointing. Unnecessary at the most, and unfortunate at the least. There’s no love between Matt Kemp and Don Mattingly? After all those years? Kemp was sent to the San Diego Padres last month in a trade that you would normally...