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MLB Rumors: Yankees, Red Sox, Dodgers, Blue Jays & Astros Interested in Sonny Gray

Posted on 15 Jul, 2017, by in MLB

As they prepare to miss the playoffs once again, the Oakland A’s are once more considering trading away Sonny Gray. The interested parties? The New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays and Houston Astros. More

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MLB Rumors: Chicago Cubs & Los Angeles Dodgers Interested in Justin Verlander

Posted on 4 Jul, 2017, by in MLB

With the Detroit Tigers feeding the bottom of the AL Central and trying to cut their payroll, it’s no wonder Justin Verlander is on the trading block. If anyone is going to land the Cy Young and MVP winner, it’ll probably be the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers. One might think the New York Yankees would also be in the picture, but the Tigers won’t let Verlander go to an American League team. More

MLB Rumors: Dodgers, Giants, Mariners & Rockies Interested in Signing Joe Blanton

Posted on 27 Dec, 2016, by in MLB

With the best free agent relief pitchers off the board by now, Joe Blanton is probably the best bullpen arm remaining on the market. Looking for a team on the Western side of the map, it looks like Blanton will eventually get his wish, with the Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners and the Arizona Diamondbacks showing some interest. More

MLB Rumors: Los Angeles Dodgers, Minnesota Twins & Brian Dozier Trade

Posted on 22 Dec, 2016, by in MLB

The Minnesota Twins keep mulling over whether to trade away Brian Dozier or not, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are on the other end, waiting for them to make up their minds with a bunch of prospects to sweeten the deal. More

6 Teams Paying Luxury Tax for 2016 MLB Season

Posted on 17 Dec, 2016, by in MLB

Paying the luxury tax is becoming a bigger and bigger problem for the large spenders in Major League Baseball, but it’s not something everyone avoids. Six teams: The Yankees, Cubs, Red Sox, Dodgers, Tigers and Giants are on the list of “offenders”, a new record for number of teams. More

MLB Rumors: Los Angeles Dodgers Will Re-Sign Justin Turner & Kenley Jansen

Posted on 12 Dec, 2016, by in MLB

While the Los Angeles Dodgers are dealing with financial debts and attempts to keep their wage bill from exploding, they’re also keeping their key players from getting away, including Justin Turner and Kenley Jansen, both on the verge of re-signing with the team. More

MLB Rumors: Dodgers, Nationals & Marlins Interested in Signing Kenley Jansen

Posted on 10 Dec, 2016, by in MLB

The last big name remaining in the closer section of free agency is Kenley Jansen, who is still most likely going to head back and pitch for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but is getting offers from the Washington Nationals and Miami Marlins. More

MLB Rumors: Yankees, Astros, Rangers, Dodgers, Red Sox & Orioles Interested in Signing Rich Hill

Posted on 30 Nov, 2016, by in MLB

The best starting pitcher in a very arid free agency class is Rich Hill, and naturally he’s drawing plenty of attention: Very serious from the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers, semi-serious from the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers, while the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles are observers at this point, not active participants in chasing him. More

MLB Rumors: St. Louis Cardinals & Los Angeles Dodgers Interested in Signing Justin Turner

Posted on 29 Nov, 2016, by in MLB

A steady but small decline in his batting average since joining the Los Angeles Dodgers hasn’t stopped Justin Turner from appearing like one of the best infielders in this free agency class. He’s certainly drawing the interest of the St. Louis Cardinals, although he might end up going back to the team he’s played for the last 3 years. More

MLB Rumors: Dodgers, Giants, Nationals & Yankees Strongest Contenders for Aroldis Chapman

Posted on 27 Nov, 2016, by in MLB

With the ongoing CBA negotiations, it’s not surprising to see a stall in how teams are conducting their big spending in this offseason. However, expensive players aren’t off the menu, with Aroldis Chapman aiming at becoming the highest paid reliever in MLB history, with the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Dodgers all in the picture. The Washington Nationals also seem to be at the table. More