ZACK GREINKE, 31, starting pitcher.
ZACK GREINKE, 31, starting pitcher.
The Dodgers are down to one open spot on their 40-man roster after adding three prospects Thursday -- outfielder Scott Schebler and pitchers Zach Lee and Chris Reed.
The Miami Marlins, publicly rebuked four years ago for not spending enough money on player salaries, are set to make outfielder Giancarlo Stanton the highest-paid athlete in North American sports history.
Know that spring training schedule the Dodgers released way back on Tuesday?
On a July afternoon five years ago, the possibility of Mike Trout became quite apparent to the Angels manager.
Andre Ethier, Carl Crawford and Matt Kemp will be the subject of trade talks this off-season as the Dodgers' revamped front office tries to address overcrowding in the outfield.
OK, listen up geeks, all you data-loving, worship-at-the-feet-of-Nate Silver types. I can only perform this public service for so long. At some point you must walk on your own.
Hanley Ramirez is widely regarded as the top position player on the free-agent market, so it came as no surprise Monday when the three-time all-star declined the qualifying offer he received from the Dodgers.
SCOTT VAN SLYKE, 28, outfielder.
The Dodgers have transformed their baseball operations department, turning what was considered a traditional front office into one that now looks like one of the most progressive in baseball.
Farhan Zaidi sees a great trade for the Dodgers.
Those hires just keep coming for the Dodgers, some bolder than others.
The changes this off-season are of the fast and furious variety in the Dodgers’ front office, but the staff downstairs all gets to return.
I’m so dizzy, somebody lead me to my walker. I just can’t keep up. It’s a never-ending avalanche of baseball awards.
Farhan Zaidi was officially named the Dodgers general manager Thursday. Zaidi, a former assistant general manager of the Oakland Athletics, will be introduced Friday at a news conference at Dodger Stadium.
Pretty sure this qualifies as a decent week for Adrian Gonzalez.
For the second time this year, a federal judge has rejected an attempt by Yasiel Puig to dismiss a lawsuit blaming the Dodgers outfielder for the imprisonment and alleged torture of a Cuban man.
PAUL MAHOLM, 32, pitcher.
Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers' new president of baseball operations, is often described as a former investment banker who applied the analytic principles he learned on Wall Street to transform the small-market Tampa Bay Rays into a contender.
The nerds have officially taken over the world. Just give into it. All those guys who used to sit in the back of the classroom with their black horn-rimmed glasses, pocket calculators and clothes their mommies picked out?
Oakland Athletics assistant general manager Farhan Zaidi will be named the Dodgers general manager, according to people familiar with the situation who spoke under the condition of anonymity because a formal announcement isn't expected to be made until later this week.
In baseball, the season of giving is upon us yet again.
Clayton Kershaw is not going to win every postseason award. Dodgers teammate Zack Greinke saw to that Tuesday.
Clayton Kershaw, Clayton Kershaw, Clayton Kershaw.
J.P. HOWELL, 32 in April, relief pitcher.
Scott Schebler’s dream is to play in the major leagues for the organization that drafted him.
Hanley Ramirez received a qualifying offer from the Dodgers on Monday, the first stage of a free-agent process that is likely to end with the three-time All-Star signing with a different team.
Awards season started for Clayton Kershaw on Monday night.
Maybe someday it will be the answer to a great trivia question: Who was the first player Andrew Friedman added to the Dodgers?
In addition to extending a qualifying offer to Hanley Ramirez, the Dodgers announced on Monday that Brian Wilson would return next season and Scott Elbert wouldn’t.
And here we go again, the first of our annual (almost) Daily Dodger in Review posts, starting with: