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Dodgers could benefit from resilience of Carlos Frias

By Cary Osborne

When the Dodgers head to Arizona for Spring Training in February, there will be a group of versatile pitchers who are starters by trade, but offer the team some of that all-important flexibility. 533 more words

Pitching

Have the Los Angeles Dodgers Finally Solidified the Bullpen?

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Last offseason, many projected the Dodger bullpen to be one of the best in baseball. Along with Kenley Jansen, it featured a number of former closers and several pitchers coming off of strong seasons. 612 more words

Dodgers, Barney Agree To 1-Year Contract

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Infielder Darwin Barney has agreed to a $2,525,000, one-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers that avoided salary arbitration.

Los Angeles also offered contracts to seven other arbitration-eligible players Tuesday night, including catcher A.J. 103 more words

Sports

Dodgers sign Barney, retain rights to other arbitration-eligible players

By Jon Weisman

As the 9 p.m. deadline approached tonight to retain the rights to the players eligible for salary arbitration or cut bait, the Dodgers had eight players on the docket — including outfielder Chris Heisey, … 67 more words

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Kenley Jansen: The quiet storm

Over at Dodger Insider HQ, we don’t think Kenley Jansen gets the national respect he deserves. In the October issue of the print magazine, Cary Osborne delved into what makes Jansen so great — and yet relatively anonymous. 34 more words

Bullpen

The Dodgers are also in "serious pursuit" of Andrew Miller

I started this offseason thinking that the word “aggressive” was being used an awful lot in connection with hot stove rumors, and that maybe it would be this year’s “kick the tires.” But it appears Buster Olney is a one-man force trying to get “serious pursuit” going. 77 more words