The Los Angeles Dodgers, not satisfied with division titles alone, made a flurry of moves as the Winter Meetings drew to a close on Thursday to shake up their roster in a quest to get win a World Series.
Pending physicals and approval from the commissioner’s office, the Los Angeles Dodgers have traded outfielder Matt Kemp to the San Diego Padres completing a frenzied period of activity for the Dodgers front office, which also acquired...Show More Summary
A person with knowledge of the situation says the San Diego Padres have a deal in place to acquire outfielder Matt Kemp and catcher Tim Federowicz from the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers for catcher Yasmani Grandal and two pitch...
Andrew Friedman and the Los Angeles Dodgers do know that you can still make trades once the winter meetings are over, right? The team's new president of baseball operations has been wheeling and dealing all week as he works to retool...Show More Summary
A Miami Marlin just a few days ago, Heaney was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers and then flipped to the Angels for long time second baseman Howie Kendrick - as an Angels fan, I look forward to watch Heaney earn a spot on the starting rotation in 2015 and start to do his business. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres traded catcher Yasmani Grandal to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday, as part of the deal that sent slugging outfielder Matt Kemp to San Diego. Bob Nightingale of USA Today first reported the news: The Los Angeles...Show More Summary
Matt Kemp nearly won a Most Valuable Player award with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2011, but with a crowded outfield and needing help in other areas on the diamond, the team has decided to move on, trading him to the San Diego PadresShow More Summary
The Dodgers acquired second baseman Howie Kendrick from the Los Angeles Angels and were working to obtain shortstop Jimmy Rollins from the Philadelphia Phillies in a remake of their middle infield.
The Los Angeles Dodgers' quest to shore up the back half of their rotation has found an answer. The Dodgers and free-agent Brandon McCarthy agreed on a four-year, $48 million contract early Thursday, capping off a flurry of deals for...Show More Summary
The Dodgers continue to be active, this time bolstering their starting rotation. After an impressive second-half performance in 2014, Brandon McCarthy has signed a four-year, $48 million deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. In Los Angeles, he will help round out a starting rotation headlined by Clayton Kershaw. Show More Summary
It didn't take long for the Los Angeles Dodgers to find a replacement for Dee Gordon. Striking a deal with their crosstown rivals, the Dodgers sent Andrew Heaney, who they just acquired from the Miami Marlins in the Gordon deal, to the...Show More Summary
The Dodgers have their new starting second baseman. A few hours after trading Dee Gordon and opening a hole at second base, the Dodgers filled the void late Wednesday night, striking a deal with the Los Angeles Angels for Howie Kendrick. Show More Summary
Brandon McCarthy has already pitched for five teams since entering the bigs in 2005. It appears he could be heading for a sixth. According to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, the Los Angeles Dodgers have serious interest in the veteran starter: McCarthy, 31, split last season with the Arizona Diamondbacks and New York Yankees. Show More Summary
After the Los Angeles Dodgers put together the smartest front office money can buy in October and November, the office didn't seem in much of a hurry to start living up to that title. But you can mark December 10, 2014, down as the day...Show More Summary
In a move that is vintage Andrew Friedman, the Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly acquired the Miami Marlins' top pitching prospect, Andrew Heaney. According to Clark Spencer of The Miami Herald, Heaney headlines a package coming to...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Dodgers had a busy day in San Diego. On the final day of the 2014 MLB winter meetings, the National League West club completely reshuffled its middle infield. The Dodgers grabbed the most headlines, but there were a number...Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies have traded shortstop Jimmy Rollins to the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to several reports.
Clayton Kershaw is considered the top pitcher in baseball, with three Cy Young Awards in four years for the Los Angeles Dodgers, an NL Most Valuable Player award and a $215 million, seven-year contract.
The Dodgers have been involved in all sorts of moves, and they may not be finished. The Dodgers and Phillies discussed Chase Utley during the negotiations that eventually resulted in Jimmy Rollins being traded to Los Angeles on Wednesday, according...Show More Summary
Andrew Friedman is settling into his new job as president of baseball operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The defending National League West champions have reportedly made a trade sending Dee Gordon to the Miami Marlins. Jon Heyman...Show More Summary