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Dodgers cut ties with reliever Louis Coleman

Dodgers cut ties with reliever Louis Coleman

The Dodgers declined to tender a contract to right-handed reliever Louis Coleman, who was the lone casualty at Friday’s deadline to offer contracts to players eligible for arbitration. The Dodgers tendered contracts to the six other players who were arbitration-eligible: catcher Yasmani Grandal,...
Friars on Base 10 hours ago

San Diego Padres: Ross Not Tendered, 2016 Ace Now Free Agent

The San Diego Padres made a very surprising move on Friday, electing not to tender right-hander Tyson Ross. Now, 2016’s Opening Day starter is a free agent. It has been an unconventional start to the offseason for the San Diego Padres. Earlier on Friday, general manager A.J. Preller made his first post-suspension move, dealing Derek […] San Diego Padres: Ross Not Tendered, 2016 Ace Now Free Agent - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Free-agent catcher Jeff Mathis signs with Diamondbacks

You can add another bullet point to the Marlins’ offseason to-do list: Pick a backup catcher. Jeff Mathis signed a two-year, $4 million deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday, a source confirmed to the Sun Sentinel, ending his four-year tenure as Miami’s backup backstop. The loss is a noteworthy...

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Arizona Republic 11 hours ago
D-Backs hire Fitzgerald as new analytics head

D-Backs hire Fitzgerald as new analytics head

The Diamondbacks took their first step toward beefing up their analytics department.         
Denver Post 11 hours ago
Jake McGee signs one-year, $5.9M deal with Rockies; club non-tenders Matt Carasiti, Stephen Cardullo

Jake McGee signs one-year, $5.9M deal with Rockies; club non-tenders Matt Carasiti, Stephen Cardullo

The Rockies made three roster moves at Friday's non-tender deadline, including giving left-hander reliever Jake McGee a one-year deal for $5.9 million.

How will a new CBA affect the Padres?

Baseball fans rejoiced Wednesday when the Major League Baseball Players Association and team owners struck a new collective bargaining agreement, extending labor peace through the 2021 season. As specifics of the deal trickled out through the night and well into Thursday, both parties continued...

Dodgers avoid arbitration with Chris Hatcher and Scott Van Slyke

The Dodgers have avoided arbitration with reliever Chris Hatcher and outfielder Scott Van Slyke. Each player signed a nonguaranteed, one-year contract for 2017. The terms were not announced. Friday is the deadline to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players for next season. The Dodgers’ 40-man...
For Dodgers, maintaining highest payroll in MLB about to get more expensive

For Dodgers, maintaining highest payroll in MLB about to get more expensive

LOS ANGELES – The Dodgers have one of the best farm systems in baseball, the reigning National League Rookie of the Year and a crop of young players ready to join him in making their mark at the major-league level. And not a moment too soon....

Scott Van Slyke, Chris Hatcher get one-year deals from Dodgers

Scott Van Slyke, Chris Hatcher get one-year deals from Dodgers
Grand Rapids Press Dec 1, 2016
Expect Justin Verlander's new digs to rev up Dodgers rumors

Expect Justin Verlander's new digs to rev up Dodgers rumors

This much can safely be said: If Verlander is dealt this winter, the Los Angeles Dodgers make more sense than just about any other team. DETROIT -- The news that Justin Verlander has purchased a home in Beverly Hills, not all that far from Dodger Stadium, inevitably sparked a new round of speculation about whether the Detroit Tigers ace would be wearing a new uniform in 2017. This much can safely be said: If Verlander is dealt this winter, the Los Angeles Dodgers make more sense than just about any other team. Based on his real estate decisions, Verlander...

Padres announce December community caravan plans

10 Days of Giving to include 19 stops for its Dec. 7-16 program.
Dodgers sign Scott Van Slyke, Chris Hatcher to one-year contracts

Dodgers sign Scott Van Slyke, Chris Hatcher to one-year contracts

LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers reached agreement with two of their arbitration-eligible players, signing outfielder Scott Van Slyke and right-hander Chris Hatcher to one-year contracts. Both Van Slyke and Hatcher made limited contributions in 2016 and...
Arizona Republic Dec 1, 2016
Diamondbacks' Walker healthy after painful 2016

Diamondbacks' Walker healthy after painful 2016

New Diamondbacks right-hander Taijuan Walker says he’s healthy after surgery on his right ankle.         

Dodgers among big spenders likely hit hard by luxury tax

Dodgers among big spenders likely hit hard by luxury tax

Dodgers look to young Latinos to build future and curb spending

Dodgers look to young Latinos to build future and curb spending

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  • 2 Louis Coleman

    Louis Coleman

    Dodgers make reliever Louis Coleman a non-tendered free agent

  • 1 Yasmani Grandal

    Yasmani Grandal

    Dodgers cut ties with reliever Louis Coleman

  • 1 Jake McGee

    Jake McGee

    Jake McGee signs one-year, $5.9M deal with Rockies; club non-tenders Matt Carasiti, Stephen Cardullo

  • 1 Austin Hedges

    Austin Hedges

    Welcome to San Diego, Pedro Avila

  • Zack Greinke

    Zack Greinke

    Scouting the Trade Market: Arizona Diamondbacks

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