1:29 PM EST, Sat December 10, 2016

Rich Hill gets his L.A. payday: 3 years, $48 million

“I think it’s something that has been an incredible journey to get to this point, but never did I ever think that I would pack it in,” Hill, 36, said at the winter meetings in suburban Washington. Hill was 1-1 with a 3.46 ERA in three postseason starts for the NL West champion Dodgers, throwing six scoreless innings to win Game 3 of the NL Championship Series against the Cubs. The Blue Jays signed versatile Steve Pearce and Philadelphia added reliever Joaquin Benoit. There has been no movement yet on the top trade targets — White Sox left-hander Chris Sale, Pirates outfielder...

Keeping Rich Hill could mean Dodgers have moved on from Chris Sale

Keeping Rich Hill could mean Dodgers have moved on from Chris Sale
CSN Philly Dec 5, 2016

MLB Notes: Dodgers sign LHP Rich Hill to 3-year deal

LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers have signed free-agent pitcher Rich Hill to a three-year contract after he went 3-2 with a 1.83 ERA in six
Los Angeles Times Dec 5, 2016

Dodgers re-sign Rich Hill to three-year, $48-million contract

When this offseason began, the Dodgers identified Rich Hill as the best pitcher of this free-agent class. On the first day of the winter meetings, the team finalized a three-year, $48-million contract that will keep him in a Dodger uniform. The team announced the deal Monday afternoon, after spending...
Full Count | WEEI Dec 5, 2016

Dodgers sign former Red Sox left-hander Rich Hill to 3-year, $48 million deal

Veteran left-hander Rich Hill, who resurrected his career in September of 2015 with the Red Sox, hit it big in free agency on Monday, agreeing to a three-year, $48 million deal with the Dodgers, the team announced. The Milton native, who converted to a starter with the independent Long Island Ducks before signing with the […]
Dodgers make it official, re-signing Rich Hill

Dodgers make it official, re-signing Rich Hill

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – The Dodgers took care of one of their most pressing offseason needs on the first day of the winter meetings, officially re-signing Rich Hill on Monday. The Dodgers inked Hill for $48 million over three years, according to...

Reports: Dodgers close to deal with Rich Hill

Reports: Dodgers close to deal with Rich Hill
The Republican Dec 3, 2016
Dodgers-MLB rumors: Los Angeles 'closing in' on multi-year contract with ex-Boston Red Sox Rich Hill

Dodgers-MLB rumors: Los Angeles 'closing in' on multi-year contract with ex-Boston Red Sox Rich Hill

Rich Hill pitched in relief for the Red Sox from 2010-12. He then spent the final month of the 2015 season with Boston, going 2-1 with a 1.55 ERA and 0.66 WHIP.
Los Angeles Times Dec 3, 2016

Dodgers making progress on reunion with Rich Hill as winter meetings approach

On the eve of the winter meetings, the Dodgers appeared on the verge of re-signing the pitcher they viewed as the best of this free-agent class. The team was believed to be making progress toward a multi-year reunion with Rich Hill, according to people familiar with the situation. The people requested...
Dodgers closing in on multi-year deal to bring Rich Hill back to rotation

Dodgers closing in on multi-year deal to bring Rich Hill back to rotation

LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers are close to re-signing one of their top in-house free agents. With the Winter Meetings set to begin Monday, they are closing in on a multi-year deal with left-hander Rich Hill. The deal is not done yet and Dodgers...
Athletics Nation Nov 30, 2016

Free Agent Target: Rich Hill

Bishop to K-1 There is really only one highly talented pitcher available on the open market, and that pitcher is Rich Hill. Just about any A's fan who didn't spend all of last year hiding underneath a bed, head in hands, rocking back and forth while muttering "bad, bad, bad, bad, bad" for the duration of the season knows of Rich Hill's highly improbable and highly impactful return to the big leagues. But just to quickly recap, after getting drafted in the fourth round in 2002, Hill made his major league debut in 2005 armed with what many were touting as the curviest curveball in all of...

MLB Rumor Central: Market emerging for Rich Hill

MLB Rumor Central: Market emerging for Rich Hill
River Ave. Blues Nov 21, 2016

Scouting the Free Agent Market: Rich Hill

Remember when Rich Hill pitched for the Yankees back in 2014? He threw 5.1 IP of one-run ball in 14 appearances, walking three and striking out nine. The Yankees, of course, did not bring him back that offseason. That 2014 season was the final season of his very forgettable seven-year stretch in which Hill was marred […] The post Scouting the Free Agent Market: Rich Hill appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

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