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Corey Seager Recruiting Dodgers Free Agent Clayton Kershaw To Texas Rangers

Of the 12 Los Angeles Dodgers who were free agents early into the offseason, Kenley Jansen, Clayton Kershaw...

South Side Sox

Today in White Sox History: December 2

Impossible to understate: Dick Allen kept the White Sox in Chicago. | Set Number: X17724 TK2 R2 F35 Dick Allen comes to town, on a monumental trading day for Roland Hemond. 1971 It was the trade that perhaps saved the franchise. White Sox player personnel director Roland Hemond sent pitcher Tommy John and infielder Steve Huntz to the Dodgers for slugger Dick Allen. Allen, one of the most prolific talents in the game, marched to his own drummer and was deemed difficult to handle by other teams and managers. White Sox skipper Chuck Tanner, who knew the Allen family for...


Dodgers, Chris Taylor reportedly reach agreement

The super-utility player has reportedly agreed to a multi-year contract to return to the Dodgers. Meanwhile, free agent reliever Corey Knebel signs with the Phillies.


Dodgers Roster: Andrew Vasquez Becomes Free Agent After Getting Non-Tendered

The Los Angeles Dodgers non-tendered Andrew Vasquez, which removed the left-handed relief pitcher from their...


Dodgers, veteran reliever Daniel Hudson reportedly agree to deal

Hudson’s one-year contract is pending a physical. Meanwhile, Andrew Vasquez becomes a non-tendered free agent, clearing a spot on the 40-man roster.


Potential Red Sox Target Chris Taylor Reportedly Signs With This Team

Another big name is off of the Major League Baseball free agent board. The Los Angeles Dodgers reportedly came to an agreement to re-sign utility man Chris Taylor on Wednesday afternoon, according to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal. Over the last few weeks there had been a reported link between Taylor and the Boston Red Sox, […] The post Potential Red Sox Target Chris Taylor Reportedly Signs With This Team appeared first on NESN.com.

Los Angeles Times

Hernández: Dodgers operating in new reality after free-agency massacre

With the Dodgers losing Max Scherzer and Corey Seager in free agency, the team won't have an easy road back to the postseason in 2022.


Trevor Bauer Trying To Take Credit For Max Scherzer’s Contract With Mets

The Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets were opponents in free agency back-to-back years, with the former...

Lookout Landing

Mariners Moose Tracks, 11/30/21: Robbie Ray, Max Scherzer, and Corey Seager

Photo by David Berding/ The Mariners are making moves! In Mariners news... The Mariners are reportedly one of multiple teams interested in free agent Chris Taylor. Sources: Free agent Chris Taylor is drawing broad interest and could sign by Wednesday. Dodgers would like to retain him. Blue Jays, Mariners, Angels, and Nationals also have been involved over the past week. @MLB @MLBNetwork— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) November 30, 2021 Reigning AL Cy Young winner Robbie Ray is now a Seattle Mariner, as Jerry Dipoto makes his first big free agent signing of the...


Would Dodgers Sign Freddie Freeman If Corey Seager Leaves In Free Agency?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have several notable free agents that president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman...

Royals Review

Minor league free agents the Royals should take a look at

Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/ The Royals seem to be missing out on a lot of the big hot stove headlines right now, but a lot of times it is the under-the-radar transactions that end up being more significant. Minor league free agency can be a good way to not only fill out your Triple-A roster, but maybe find a useful piece or two for the big league level. A few years ago, the Royals signed a starting pitcher minor league free agent from the Dodgers named Scott Barlow and turned him into a reliever. Last year he turned into one of the best relievers in baseball. Other...


Trevor Bauer Investigation Impacting Dodgers In Free Agency

The Los Angeles Dodgers made a resounding splash last offseason by signing Trevor Bauer to a record-setting...


Dodgers lose Max Scherzer to Mets; Corey Seager could be next to leave

Scherzer has agreed to a record-setting three-year, $130 million deal with the New York Mets as teams spend big on free agents before Wednesday's anticipated shutdown.

Call to the Pen

Three Possible Landing Spots for Max Scherzer

When it comes to starting pitching, 37-year-old ace Max Scherzer is at the top of the free-agent market. Scherzer spent 2021 split between the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers, finishing out the season with a 2.46 ERA, 0.86 WHIP, and 2.97 FIP over 179 innings pitched. Despite going on his 14th MLB season, Scherzer […] Three Possible Landing Spots for Max Scherzer - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More


Here’s What Max Scherzer’s Signing With Mets Could Mean For Red Sox

The largest Major League Baseball free-agent fish reportedly is off the market. The New York Mets reportedly are finalizing a massive three-year, $130 million with three-time Cy Young winner Max Scherzer, who split time in 2020 with the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers. With Scherzer now off to New York, along with Eduardo Rodríguez, […] The post Here’s What Max Scherzer’s Signing With Mets Could Mean For Red Sox appeared first on NESN.com.

Lone Star Ball

Rangers making “big push” for Seager

Photo by Michael Zarrilli/ Multiple reports indicate that the Rangers are going hard after free agent infielder Corey Seager MLB Rumors: Corey Seager, the Los Angeles Dodgers infielder, is being pursued aggressively by the Texas Rangers, per multiple reports. Jon Heyman says that the Rangers are making a “big push” for the 27 year old lefty slugger. Seager has been talked about for a while as someone high on the Rangers’ wish list, and he has a close relationship with Rangers manager Chris Woodward, which doesn’t hurt. Seager has missed time with injuries in...


Scott Van Slyke: Clayton Kershaw Understands Historical Significance Of Possibly Spending Entire Career With Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers saw several members of their core become free agents this offseason, including Clayton...

Call to the Pen

Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Los Angeles Angels among finalists for Max Scherzer

Jon Heyman of MLB Network reported on Sunday that free agent starting pitcher Max Scherzer is “expected to make his decision” on a new team before the CBA expires on Wednesday night. Heyman also notes that there are a handful of teams that are among the finalists for Scherzer, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, San […] Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Los Angeles Angels among finalists for Max Scherzer - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More


2022 Dodgers Salary Arbitration Projections: Cody Bellinger, Trea Turner, Julio Urias & Caleb Ferguson

Along with MLB free agency, the offseason is notable for players who are eligible for salary arbitration. With the...

Amazin Avenue

Mets pursuing Max Scherzer, who could decide soon

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ The top starting pitcher on the market is reportedly looking to pick his next team soon. Max Scherzer is likely to make a decision on where he will sign before the all but guaranteed lockout begins on December 1, and the Mets are one of the teams in the mix for the 37-year-old—”aggressively pursuing” him—according to Jon Heyman. Scherzer is undoubtedly the best starting pitcher on the free agent market, having finished the 2021 season with a 2.46 ERA in 179.1 innings for the Nationals and Dodgers, the latter of which he played for after...


Dodgers News: Andrew Friedman Expects Activity On MLB Hot Stove

The Los Angeles Dodgers are yet to move on any of their key free agents and to this point the lone addition was...


Dodgers Minor League Free Agent Cristian Santana Signed By Reds

The Cincinnati Reds announced the signing of Cristian Santana to a Minor League contract with a non-roster...


Dodgers News: Justin Turner Talked Free Agency With Kenley Jansen, Joe Kelly

The Los Angeles Dodgers saw several key contributors from their bullpen reach free agency the morning after the...

Over the Monster

The Red Sox should look to the trade market, not free agency, for starting pitching

Photo by Michael Zagaris/Oakland Athletics/ A look at the pros and cons for trading for these eight likely available starting pitchers. The Boston Red Sox are in a difficult place this offseason when it comes to adding starting pitching. The free agent market has some nice players at the top of the market, but each of them comes with a caveat. Max Scherzer, who has been my personal number one target since this past trade deadline, in the past has expressed an interest in staying out west. Logic dictates that the Dodgers would want him back. Carlos Rodón, who had an...


Rich Hill To Red Sox? 41-Year-Old Acknowledges Free Agency ‘Interest’

With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, let’s focus on another annual tradition: the question of whether Rich Hill will return to the Boston Red Sox in free agency. It’s been a topic of conversation each winter since 2019, the final season of a three-year, $48 million contract Hill signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers before […] The post Rich Hill To Red Sox? 41-Year-Old Acknowledges Free Agency ‘Interest’ appeared first on NESN.com.


Andrew Friedman: Dodgers’ History Suggests ‘Aggressive’ Approach Trying To Re-Sign Corey Seager

Corey Seager is among the most popular names on the free agent market right now as he reportedly hopes to...

Call to the Pen

It’s “Corey Seager or bust” for the Los Angeles Dodgers

Of all of the free agent shortstops on the market this offseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers reportedly have their eyes on one of them and only one of them. It’s the one they know best: Corey Seager. According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network on Twitter, the Dodgers are looking at Corey Seager and only […] It’s “Corey Seager or bust” for the Los Angeles Dodgers - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Rox Pile

Is Corey Knebel a free agent fit for the Colorado Rockies?

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Corey Knebel was making some headlines this postseason as the Dodgers, who had a number of starters on the IL in the postseason, were having Knebel make “starts” for them as an opener during the postseason. He had mixed results with that but he was still one of their best […] Is Corey Knebel a free agent fit for the Colorado Rockies? - Rox Pile - Rox Pile - Colorado Rockies News, Rumors, and Fan Community

The MLB Whip crew discuss potential trades ahead of the deadline | MLB WHIPAROUND

The MLB Whip crew discuss potential trades ahead of the deadline. Will the Dodgers make a move? And where will Madison Bumgarner end up? Nick Swisher and Mark Sweeney discuss the possibilities. #FOXSports #MLB #MLBTrade #NickSwisher #MarkSweeney

JP Morosi breaks down why LA should target Felipe Vazquez at trade deadline | MLB WHIPAROUND

JP Morosi and Dontrelle Willis join Kevin Burkhardt to discuss why Felipe Vazquez would be the perfect fit for the Dodgers bullpen. #FOXSports #MLB #KevinBurkhardt #FelipeVazquez #Dodgers

Frank Thomas on Bryce Harper's walk off and Cleveland's trade deadline strategy | MLB WHIPAROUND

Frank Thomas and Terry Collins join Chris Myers to discuss Bryce Harper's walk off single against the Dodgers and whether the Indians will be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline. #FOXSports #MLB #BryceHarper #Dodgers #Indians