12:53 AM EDT, Sun July 23, 2017
Washington Times

Dodgers trade reliever Sergio Romo to Rays

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers have traded reliever Sergio Romo to the Tampa Bay Rays in a deal between playoff contenders. The NL West-leading Dodgers sent Romo and cash to the Rays for a player to be named or cash. The trade was announced after Tampa Bay, ...

CSN Bay Area

Dodgers trade former Giants reliever to Rays

Sergio Romo is headed to the American League.After being designated for assignment on Thursday, the veteran reliever was traded by the Dodgers along with cash

Orange County Register

Dodgers trade Sergio Romo to Tampa Bay for cash or player to be named

LOS ANGELES — When he signed with the Dodgers this spring, veteran reliever Sergio Romo was thrilled to get a chance to play for the team he grew up following and for which his family cheered. He might not have the same warm feelings about his new employer. Romo was traded to the Tampa Bay […]

Washington Times

Braves beat Dodgers 12-3 after Wood unravels in 1st loss

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Braves pitcher Jaime Garcia hit a grand slam off previously unbeaten Alex Wood to highlight Atlanta's 12-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. Garcia, the subject of trade speculation lately, limited Los Angeles to three runs over seven innings as the Braves won ...

Los Angeles Times

Dodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy hopes to get back on track as trade deadline looms

Brandon McCarthy walked through the Dodgers dugout Tuesday afternoon and called out to outfielder Trayce Thompson. McCarthy was headed for a bullpen session, his second in a three-day span as he tried to correct the defects in his delivery. He wanted Thompson to serve as a simulated hitter. “Are...

Chicago Tribune

Mid-game White Sox trade rumors engulf Todd Frazier, David Robertson

Hug watch was on, and Todd Frazier was hugging, though it was unknown whether the embraces were of the goodbye or motivational pregame variety. Then the White Sox third baseman, a healthy scratch for Tuesday’s game against the Dodgers, sat down in the home dugout at Guaranteed Rate Field and watched....

BSN Denver

BSN Rockies Podcast: Colorado can beat the Dodgers without trading for a bat

On this episode of the BSN Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman looks at the recent surge from the Colorado offense, especially the contributions of DJ LeMahieu, Ian Desmond, and Trevor Story. There’s always time for a little hot stove trade rumor talk and the case is made that the Rockies could surprise the Los Angeles Dodgers [...]

CSN Chicago

White Sox scratch Todd Frazier from lineup as trade rumors keep buzzing

Todd Frazier was originally in the White Sox starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers, but he was announced as a

Sports Illustrated

Fixing A Hole: Assessing trade needs for division leaders, and who would make sense

Assessing the trade needs and possible solutions for MLB's six first-place teams: the Astros, the Brewers, the Dodgers, the Indians, the Red Sox and the Nationals.

CSN Bay Area

Morning trade 'put a little fire' under A's as they complete sweep

OAKLAND Sean Manaea is in just his second major league season, but hes wise in the ways of the As ever-changing roster.Manaea was around last summer when the As dealt away Rich Hill and Josh Reddick to the Dodgers at the trade deadline. It wasnt easy to see another pair of teammates go Sunday morning, as Oakland dealt relievers Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson to the Nationals, but at least Manaea could view it with some perspective.


Athletics' Trade Puts Nats Alongside Dodgers

With the addition of relievers Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle, the Nationals are now neck and neck with the Dodgers, in regards to competing for the NL Pennant.

San Francisco Chronicle

Trade target Sonny Gray superb in A’s win over Indians

With scouts from the Astros, Yankees, Red Sox, Dodgers and Blue Jays among those on hand at the Coliseum, Sonny Gray put together another strong start and in doing so probably hastened his departure from Oakland. Gray, the top starting pitcher currently believed to be available on the trade market, worked six scoreless innings and didn’t allow a man past second base as the A’s opened the second half with a 5-0 win over the defending American League champions. Rajai Davis had a big night against his former team, with two hits, including a homer, and two runs, and Yonder Alonso, fresh off...


Padres Ask Dodgers About Alex Verdugo

The San Diego Padres have asked about top prospect Alex Verdugo in relation to trade talks with the Los Angeles Dodgers over reliever Brad Hand.

Grand Rapids Press

Tigers trade rumors: Dodgers looking at Justin Wilson for bullpen help

The Dodgers would actually be a good fit for both Wilson and outfielder J.D. Martinez. DETROIT -- The Los Angeles Dodgers are looking at relievers and have shown interest in Detroit Tigers left-hander Justin Wilson, among others. FanRag Sports national baseball writer Jon Heyman tweeted that tidbit today. Heyman was bullish on the Tigers' chances of being able to deal Wilson, outfielder J.D. Martinez and catcher Alex Avila, but thought trading pitcher Justin Verlander and second baseman Ian Kinsler would be far more challenging. The Dodgers would actually be a...


Dodgers Interested in Zach Britton Trade

Despite the presence of Kenley Jansen, the Dodgers are interested in acquiring Orioles closer Zach Britton.

The Republican

MLB trade rumors 2017: Los Angeles Dodgers checked in on Orioles closer Zach Britton (report)

According to Heyman, the Los Angeles Dodgers recently contacted the Baltimore Orioles regarding the availability of Zach Britton, a two-time All-Star and Cy Young candidate as a closer last season.

Washington Times

LEADING OFF: Another day to rest as trade deadline nears

A look at what's happening all around the majors Thursday: ___ REST UP Are the Dodgers and Astros headed for an October showdown? Can the Cubs rediscover their drought-snapping form? Will Aaron Judge pull an MVP/Rookie of the Year sweep? Time to find out ... almost. First, the All-Star break ...

Larry Brown Sports

Dodgers could trade for JD Martinez?

JD Martinez may be on his last legs in Detroit, and one powerhouse is lurking as a possible landing spot. Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press writes on Saturday that the Los Angeles Dodgers “seem like an obvious fit” for the Tigers outfielder, noting that the two teams had discussions about Martinez in the...Read More

Los Angeles Times

Dodgers prospect Alex Verdugo could be prime trade bait

In establishing himself as one of the brightest prospects in the major leagues, Alex Verdugo is not following in the footsteps of his father. His father played ball as a kid, but not for long. He got hit in the face by a throw. “Never played again,” Verdugo said. “He never went back. He didn’t...

Grand Rapids Press

Tigers trade rumors: Prepare to be underwhelmed by these 2 proposed deals

Tigers fans hoping for a huge haul for the teams top trade chips might temper their expectations after reading the latest from national baseball writer Jon Heyman. CLEVELAND -- Detroit Tigers fans hoping for a huge haul for the team's top trade chips might temper their expectations after reading the latest from national baseball writer Jon Heyman. He proposes two trades involving the Tigers that seem, on the surface, quite feasible: Outfielder J.D. Martinez to the Los Angeles Dodgers and Justin Verlander to the Chicago Cubs. But the Tigers draw no...

Los Angeles Times

Are juiced baseballs to blame for Dodgers left-hander Rich Hill's blistering problem?

Could a covert push to generate more buzz in baseball have devalued the Dodgers’ $48-million investment in Rich Hill? The Dodgers made Hill the highest-paid starting pitcher in free agency during the offseason, expecting the blister trouble that plagued him last year would be a thing of the past....

Los Angeles Times

Dodgers have plenty of options as trade deadline approaches

Alex Wood might be the hottest pitcher in baseball. He is the only major leaguer with a dozen starts and an ERA below 2.00. The ball — juiced or otherwise — is flying out of the park at a record rate, and yet Wood has faced 288 batters this season and given up two home runs. All of this excellence...

Amazin Avenue

Mets trade rumors: The Mets are “open for business”

Oh my god, we’re having a fire... sale. Per Buster Olney, the Mets are discussing the very real possibility that they’ll be sellers at the deadline. It’s disappointing, if not surprising, as the Mets were sitting at 31-41 following a four-game sweep by the Dodgers. Those Dodgers currently lead a top-heavy NL West, where they, along with the Rockies and Diamondbacks, are all at least 15 games ahead of the Mets for a Wild Card slot. There’s still plenty of the season left to go, but with the Wild Card Game looking like even more of a pipe dream than taking the East from the Nationals,...

Amazin Avenue

Mets Morning News: Mets pick up a win, Cabrera asks to be traded

Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Coming off a disappointing series against the Dodgers, the Mets were desperate for any help they could get. Enter the Giants, National League West cellar-dwellers. The Mets teed off on the Giants, on their way to an 11-4 win. Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue short and long, Times, Post, Daily News, Newsday, MLB.com, NJ.com, Bergen County Record. In perhaps the day’s biggest story, Asdrubal Cabrera asked the Mets for a trade after they asked him to switch positions and play second base. News of...

Amazin Avenue

Mets vs. Giants: Misery loves company in battle of senior circuit disappointments

At least San Francisco is good at being bad. Well, that just happened. The Mets were demolished in a four-game series by the Dodgers, who hit 15 home runs and outscored New York 36-11. Now 10 games under .500 and 12 out of the National League East lead, the blue and orange brigade is facing a seemingly insurmountable climb back into the postseason race. Never to fear, though. There is still plenty to look forward to in the coming weeks. There’s the trade deadline! And perhaps even the promotion of some exciting prospects? Just kidding with that second part. The trade deadline should be...