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    Pitchers And Catchers Report And The 2014 Dodgers Season Begins

    It’s been 113 days since the Los Angeles Dodgers last played a game. Clayton Kershaw was chased after just four innings and the St. Louis Cardinals eliminated the Dodgers from the playoffs and were off to the World Series. It was a bitter taste that’s lingered throughout the off-season, but with pitchers and catchers finally […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Five Teams Express Interest In Signing Ervin Santana

    After feeling the price for Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was too high, the Los Angeles Dodgers are still in the market to add a starting pitcher. With uncertainty surrounding penciled in fifth starter Josh Beckett after he underwent Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surgery last season, it isn’t known what the 33-year-old pitcher has left. Chad Billingsley […] More

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    Dodgers News: Bronson Arroyo Interest Not Known, Sides Have Spoken

    After losing out on the Masahiro Tanaka sweepstakes, the Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly still in the market to add another starting pitcher. With Josh Beckett penciled into the fifth and final spot in the rotation and pitchers Stephen Fife, Matt Magill and possibly prospect Zach Lee looming if he falters, signing a veteran arm […] More

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    Dodgers News And Rumors: The Tale Of Masahiro Tanaka Is Finally Over

    After all the wait, Masahiro Tanaka decided not to sign with the Los Angeles Dodgers and opted to join New York Yankees instead. Tanaka signed a seven-year $155M deal this morning, finally ending weeks of speculation. The Yankees, Dodgers and Chicago Cubs were the three finalists  and although the Yankees won the bidding war, the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Organization Wasn’t Sold On Masahiro Tanaka

    The reality that the Los Angeles Dodgers didn’t sign prized Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka has settled in, but discussions that the organization has reached its spending limit certainly aren’t true. Tanaka signed for seven-years and $155 million before adding in the $20 million posting fee and the Dodgers were among the final bidders. While their […] More

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    Masahiro Tanaka Rumors: Dodgers Went Over $100 Million With Offer

    Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka made his decision and chose the New York Yankees, taking a seven-year deal worth $155 million. Many believed the Los Angeles Dodgers and Yankees were the frontrunners for the right-hander’s services, but he ultimately chose the Yankees and the bigger deal. It seems as if the Dodgers were in the running […] More

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    Masahiro Tanaka Signs With Yankees, Dodgers Still Eye Starter

    For the last month or so, 25-year-old Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka has slowed down the entire free agent market. After it was initially thought he wasn’t going to get posted, his team the Rakuten Golden Eagles finally decided to let him live his dream and play in the United States. Thus, the courtship began in […] More

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    Dodgers News And Rumors: Masahiro Tanaka Sweepstakes Almost Over

    The wait is almost over. Masahiro Tanaka has just a few days left to decide where he’ll be playing professional baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers are considered to be one of the favorites to land the Japanese pitcher, but there’s no clear indication which team is in the lead to acquire Tanaka. Earlier this morning […] More

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    Masahiro Tanaka Rumors: Waiting Continues As Friday Deadline Nears

    The baseball world received an early wake-up call this morning when rumors started swirling that Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka sent out a tweet that was translated to suggest that he’s made his decision. After a short panic, it was revealed that the tweet incorrectly translated and actually meant, “I can’t decide” from Patrick Newman of […] More

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    Masahiro Tanaka Rumors: Dodgers Present Best Set Of Circumstances?

    There’s only four days remaining until Masahiro Tanaka must make his decision about which team he wants to sign with. Reports over the weekend from the Japanese publication Nikkan Sports reported that five teams submitted substantial offers for his services. The Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees, Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox […] More

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