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Paul Goldschmidt-A.J. Pollock Are MLB's Most Underrated Star Duo

There's a new star duo in town in Arizona. Determined to upgrade their starting pitching, the Diamondbacks aggressively added ace right-handers Zack Greinke and Shelby Miller to their rotation earlier this winter. But, meh. While those...Show More Summary

Andre Ethier bemoans Dodgers losing Zack Greinke, but remains optimistic about season

The news reached Andre Ethier just as it rippled across the baseball landscape in early December. Zack Greinke text messaged Ethier to let him know he had spurned the Dodgers in free agency and signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Nearly two months later, the departure still stings. "It hurts...

Where will the Dodgers finish in 2016? Vote in our poll

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Coming off a disappointing end to the 2015 season, the Dodgers head into the 2016 season with basically the same team. Zack Greinke is with Arizona and has been replaced by Scott Kazmir and Kenta Maeda. Howie Kendrick and Jimmy Rollins are gone, replaced by an Enrique Hernandez/Chase Utley platoon...

Playing 2016 Contender or Pretender with MLB's Most Active Teams This Winter

From the arrival of Zack Greinke at Chase Field to the landing of David Price at Fenway Park, it's been an ambitious offseason for big spenders like the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Boston Red Sox. The question now becomes whether that offseason ambition will transform into wins on the field in 2016. Show More Summary

Japanese Pitcher Maeda Joins Dodgers on Eight-Year Deal

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The Los Angeles Dodgers signed an eight-year contract with Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda on Thursday as the team continues to fill the void left by the departure of Zack Greinke.

Is Dodgers' Revamped Rotation Good Enough to Compete for 2016 Title?

The Los Angeles Dodgers were never going to replace Zack Greinke. That may as well have been a decree from the baseball gods. He's one of the best right-handers in the game, after all, and MLB's reigning ERA king. Even with a free-agent...Show More Summary

Kenta Maeda to Dodgers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

After losing Zack Greinke via free agency, the Los Angeles Dodgers made a move to bolster their pitching staff as they reportedly agreed to a deal with Japanese starting pitcher Kenta Maeda. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reported the signing,...Show More Summary

Japanese Pitcher Maeda to Join Dodgers: Reports

last monthSports / Baseball : Bats

The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed terms with Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda, multiple media outlets reported on Thursday, as the team continues to fill the void left by the departure of Zack Greinke.

Big MLB Offseason Spenders Who Will Be Feeling Buyer's Remorse

Tony LaRussa and Dave Stewart just couldn't help themselves when it came to Zack Greinke. When the Arizona Diamondbacks chief baseball officer and general manager saw the chance to bring the righty to the desert and punch a Greinke-sized...Show More Summary

Dodgers Sign Kazmir in Effort to Plug Greinke Hole

last monthSports / Baseball : Bats

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced the signing of left-handed starter Scott Kazmir on Wednesday, taking a step towards replacing the huge loss of Zack Greinke in their pitching rotation.

Scott Kazmir signs to three-year deal with Dodgers

The Dodgers signed Scott Kazmir to a three-year, $48-million contract on Wednesday, filling the hole in their starting rotation created by the departure of Zack Greinke. Kazmir can opt out of his contract after next season. The free-agent class of pitchers is particularly thin next winter, with...

Scott Kazmir agrees to three-year deal with Dodgers

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

Looking to shore up their rotation after losing Zack Greinke, the Dodgers have signed left-hander Scott Kazmir to a three-year deal. Kazmir went 7-11 with a 3.10 ERA with Oakland and Houston last season, finishing fourth in the American League in ERA. Kazmir, 31, has a 98-90 career record with...

Letters: Dodgers can count on their trades being second-guessed

So the Dodgers' brass is getting creamed on your Letters page for not signing Zack Greinke. I find it interesting that you're not getting any letters from CEOs, CFOs or smart business people, just passionate but short-sighted fans. I want the Dodgers to win as much as anyone, but guaranteeing a...

Big MLB Offseason Spenders Who Will Be Feeling Buyer's Remorse

Tony LaRussa and Dave Stewart just couldn't help themselves when it came to Zack Greinke. When the Arizona Diamondbacks chief baseball officer and general manager saw the chance to bring the righty to the desert and punch a Greinke -sized...Show More Summary

Impact Pitchers MLB Teams Should Consider Selling in Suddenly Weak Market

While the position-player crop is still ripe with quality talent, the starting pitching market has moved quickly this offseason. David Price, Zack Greinke, Jordan Zimmermann, Johnny Cueto, Jeff Samardzija, John Lackey and J.A. Happ have...Show More Summary

Yeah, but are the Dodgers bigger than U.S. Steel?

Stan Kasten has an active mind. A brilliant mind, many say. Zack Greinke was so impressed with the Dodgers president that when the right-hander signed with the team in 2012, he called him “the smartest guy I’ve ever talked to.” Of course, that was before the Dodgers wouldn’t go a sixth year on...

El no contratar a Hishasi Iwakuma podría ser una bendición para los Dodgers

Se volvió a caer otra posible transacción de los Dodgers. Ya está llegando a su final diciembre y no han hecho una contratación de importancia. Tras no poder retener a Zack Greinke y no concretar el traspaso de Aroldis Chapman, Hisashi Iwakuma tampoco jugará con el equipo de Chavez Ravine. Iwakuma...

Don't write the Dodgers off yet, you fools

Even if the Dodgers stand pat, they'll contend. And you know they won't stand pat. It was unthinkable, absolutely unthinkable that the Dodgers would lose Zack Greinke. The Dodgers were the team that considered Carl Crawford's contract to be an Adrian Gonzalez tariff. Show More Summary

Jake Odorizzi Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation Surrounding Rays P

After striking out on big-name free-agent pitchers Zack Greinke, Johnny Cueto and others, the Los Angeles Dodgers have their eyes on Tampa Bay Rays starter Jake Odorizzi. Continue for Updates. Odorizzi Would Upgrade Dodgers Rotation Friday, Dec. Show More Summary

LA Dodgers Rumors: Hisashi Iwakuma Fails Physical, Dodgers Back Out Of Deal

LA Dodgers rumors indicate Hisashi Iwakuma has failed his physical with the team. Prior LA Dodgers rumors had Iwakuma as the solution after the team lost Zack Greinke in free agency. Now, a report out of Japan is stating that the team is backing out of this deal. Show More Summary

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