5:22 AM EST, Tue January 27, 2015
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Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez likes the changes made in off-season

When Adrian Gonzalez led the major leagues in runs batted in last season, he was often hitting behind Hanley Ramirez and in front of Matt Kemp.

Son Jorge to join father Jaime Jarrin in Dodger radio booth in 2015

Jorge Jarrin will join his father, Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrin, in calling Dodgers games in Spanish this season on KTNQ-AM (1020).

Like you needed another reason to admire Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw

He’s emerging as the most dominant pitcher of his generation. He’s renowned for his work ethic, competitiveness, faith and humanitarianism. All at the age of 26.

Just how badly does South Korean group want a piece of Dodgers?

Let’s say you had a lot of money. No, more than that. Way more than that. Like you were a billionaire.
Los Angeles Times Jan 22, 2015

Dodgers said to be in talks to sell minority share to South Korean group

The Dodgers are in negotiations to sell a minority ownership share to a group of South Korean investors, a person with direct knowledge of the discussions said Thursday.

New list of Dodgers' top prospects no longer includes Zach Lee

When a lad and leaving my job as a supermarket clerk to join the family business, one of my customers gave me a little plastic statue of Snoopy doing his happy dance with an inscription from that great philosopher of our time, Linus, that read:
Anderson says he's ready to reward Dodgers for $10 million gamble

Anderson says he's ready to reward Dodgers for $10 million gamble

New Dodgers left-hander Brett Anderson is optimistic that his injury problems are behind him – but it is a long trail. Signed for one year and $10 million, Anderson represents a gamble by the Dodgers at the back of their 2015 starting rotation and...

Dodgers go all in with their fragile Brett Anderson gamble

Wonder just how effective Brett Anderson is going to be as a new starting pitcher for the Dodgers? Anderson must be wondering just a bit himself.

Are rehabbing pitchers the new market inefficiency?

LOS ANGELES -- Brett Anderson estimates that half the teams in baseball checked in on him early in the offseason. By the winter meetings, the serious suitors were down to less than half a dozen, he said. Within a few weeks, the Los Angeles Dodgers stood alone, signing him to a one-year, $10 million deal that could be worth as much as $14 million if he reaches all the incentives. That's big money for a pitcher who has eclipsed 150 innings in his career only once, when he was a rookie, and has already undergone elbow reconstruction and been on the 60-day disabled list twice in one season (last...

Have Dodgers focused on playoffs at expense of regular season?

It’s one month until pitchers and catchers have their first spring workout in Phoenix … and how you liking those new functional Dodgers?
Los Angeles Times Jan 19, 2015

Max Scherzer agrees to seven-year, $210-million contract with Nationals

Max Scherzer will become the highest-paid right-handed pitcher in the major leagues after agreeing to a $210-million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals that includes a record $50-million signing bonus, a person familiar with the negotiations said. The person spoke on condition...

Clayton Kershaw contract looks good after Max Scherzer's deal

How’s that Clayton Kershaw contract looking now? You know, the record seven-year deal for $220 million he signed a year ago.
Dodgers sign Bedard to minor-league deal

Dodgers sign Bedard to minor-league deal

LOS ANGELES -- Looking to add depth behind a starting rotation stocked with some injury risk, the Dodgers signed former Baltimore Orioles ace Erik Bedard to a minor-league contract with a non-roster invitation to spring training. Bedard, 36, was one...

Are you ready to go without the Dodgers on TV again next season?

And no one ever saw the Dodgers on local television again.

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