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Journal News Feb 15, 2017
Kenley Jansen turns down record deal to stay with Dodgers

Kenley Jansen turns down record deal to stay with Dodgers

Jansen signed a five-year deal worth $80 million with the Dodgers.         
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 11, 2017

NL West Notes: Utley, Rockies, Pollock

Chase Utley was one of many players this offseason — including Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner Rich Hill and Sergio Romo — to take less money to join or stay with the Dodgers, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register notes. The Dodgers already had players in Logan Forsythe and Turner who appear likely to take most…
Boston Herald Feb 9, 2017
Dodgers retain 3 key free agents in bid to unseat Cubs in NL

Dodgers retain 3 key free agents in bid to unseat Cubs in NL

LOS ANGELES — After coming within two games of reaching the World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers had a simple plan going into the offseason: keep their roster intact and make a couple of additions.They re-signed key free agents Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner and Rich Hill.Now if they can just stay healthy in 2017 and have youngsters Corey Seager and Julio Urias continue to mature, the Dodgers could be well positioned to challenge the World Series champion Chicago Cubs, who knocked them out in the NL Championship Series.Here are some things to watch as the Dodgers open spring training in...
MLB Daily Dish Feb 7, 2017
Dodgers, Yankees interested in Chris Carter

Dodgers, Yankees interested in Chris Carter

The slugger’s market is still developing, with two high-profile clubs jumping in. The Dodgers and Yankees both have at least some interest in free-agent slugger Chris Carter, according to reports from FOX’s Ken Rosenthal and ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick. Los Angeles has checked in on Carter and could offer him a part-time spot at first base alongside Adrian Gonzalez, though his salary demands may be too great for what the Dodgers are looking to spend. The Dodgers are obviously always willing to spend, but may have some financial constraints after re-signing Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner and...
Call to the Pen Feb 6, 2017

Los Angeles Dodgers Agree to Sign Sergio Romo

After reports the teams were close to a deal, the Los Angeles Dodgers have reached an agreement with right-handed reliever Sergio Romo, per Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to sign Sergio Romo in order to bolster the back-end of the team’s bullpen leading to closer Kenley Jansen. Romo missed time with […] Los Angeles Dodgers Agree to Sign Sergio Romo - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
MLB Daily Dish Feb 3, 2017
Dodgers sign Sergio Romo

Dodgers sign Sergio Romo

The reliever changes NL West rivals, heading from the Giants to the Dodgers. The Dodgers are in agreement on a contract with reliever Sergio Romo, MLB.com’s Jon Morosi reports. Terms of the deal are not yet known. Romo joins the Dodgers after spending the first nine years of his career with the division-rival Giants, winning three World Series championships in that span. He will serve as a late-inning option in front of Kenley Jansen, joining Pedro Baez and and Chris Hatcher as right-handed options in Los Angeles’ bullpen. The Dodgers were reportedly a finalist for Romo along with one...

Report: Dodgers discussing Blanton, Romo and other free-agent relievers

The Dodgers are looking to upgrade the bridge to Kenley Jansen
Orange County Register Jan 28, 2017
Bullpen remains Dodgers brass' big worry

Bullpen remains Dodgers brass' big worry

LOS ANGELES – The heavy lifting was done in December when the Dodgers were able to re-sign in-house free agents Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner and Rich Hill. Just this past week, the Dodgers front office concluded their winter-long search for a...
Los Angeles Times Jan 28, 2017

Dodgers' bullpen remains unsettled as FanFest takes off

The Dodgers’ pitchers report to spring training in two weeks, but the Dodgers might not yet have all their pitchers. The Dodgers have addressed their most pressing needs this off-season — retaining pitchers Rich Hill and Kenley Jansen and third baseman Justin Turner in free agency, then trading...
MLB Daily Dish Jan 26, 2017
Dodgers sign Brandon Morrow to minor-league deal

Dodgers sign Brandon Morrow to minor-league deal

The reliever has a good shot to make the team out of spring training, according to a report. The Dodgers have reached a minor-league deal with reliever Brandon Morrow, according to Yahoo’s Jeff Passan. The deal will reportedly be worth $1.25 million if Morrow makes the major-league roster. Morrow, 32, joins a Dodgers’ bullpen mix that is set to include righties Chris Hatcher and Pedro Baez in front of recently re-signed closer Kenley Jansen. The club has many lefties in its relief mix, but was expected to add a couple of right-handed veterans for competition in spring training. Morrow...

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