Dodgers Sign Bedard To Minor League Contract

  The news of the Los Angeles Dodgers signing Erik Bedard to a Minor League contract can go easily unnoticed, especially when free-agent pitcher Max Scherzer signs a deal with the Washington Nationals that’s worth a gazillion dollars on the same day. Bedard, 35-years-old, made 15 starts for the Tampa Bay Rays last season before getting designated for assignment in more »

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Rollins Brings Championship Pedigree to Dodgers

  On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers officially introduced their new shortstop Jimmy Rollins at Dodger Stadium. Dodgers General Manager, Farhan Zaidi, presented Rollins with a No.11 jersey and Dodgers hat before a press conference that would be headlined by one word; Leadership. The 36-year-old veteran spent all of his previous 14 years playing for the Philadelphia Phillies, winning a more »

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Dodgers Officially Sign McCarthy; DFA Wilson

  On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers officially signed free-agent pitcher Brandon McCarthy to a four-year $48 million contract. The official announcement was quickly followed by another, 32-yeard-old reliever Brian Wilson was designated for assignment by the Dodgers to make room on the 40-man roster. The veteran right-hander couldn’t sustain his dominance from the end of the 2013 season, finishing more »

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Dodgers Flip Heaney for Kendrick In Trade With Angels

  Just hours after acquiring the 23-year-old, top-prospect, left hander Andrew Heaney from the Miami Marlins the Los Angeles Dodgers traded him to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for starting second baseman, Howie Kendrick. The trade immediately feels the vacant spot at second base for the Dodgers, after Dee Gordon was a part of the initial trade with the more »

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