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  • Ned Colletti is enjoying his new, purer baseball role with the Dodgers

    Ned Colletti is enjoying his new, purer baseball role with the Dodgers
    In a world of high-pressure, cutthroat professional sports that tends to eat its own, Ned Colletti has been given a way to avoid even the nibbles.
  • Answering some questions on Dan Duquette and the Toronto Blue Jays

    Answering some questions on Dan Duquette and the Toronto Blue Jays
    Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette still is not commenting about the possibility that he could leave the organization to become the president and chief executive officer of the Toronto Blue Jays. Duquette said Monday afternoon that, “at...

    Dodgers designate Erisbel Arruebarrena to make room for Brett Anderson

    Dodgers designate Erisbel Arruebarrena to make room for Brett Anderson
    Say this for Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten, he’s not only letting new President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman reshape what ex-General Manager Ned Colletti built, but also what Kasten did. The Dodgers finally announced the signing of left-hander...

    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...

    Geeks inherit the Earth, or at least the Dodgers front office

    Geeks inherit the Earth, or at least the Dodgers front office
    The nerds have officially taken over the world. Just give into it. All those guys who used to sit in the back of the classroom with their black horn-rimmed glasses, pocket calculators and clothes their mommies picked out? They run things now. They&...