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Jamie McCourt Wins L.A. Dodgers Divorce Case, So What Happens Next?

The Los Angeles Times reported this morning Jamie McCourt, estranged wife of Frank McCourt, has won the the divorce case, giving her the title of "partner" in ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers.  The case has dragged on through a series ... (Continue reading)

Adam Dunn Signs with White Sox: LA Dodgers’ Free-Agent Power Options Diminishing

When the Winter Meetings begin on Monday, the Los Angeles Dodgers front office will have already accomplished several of their objectives. General Manager Ned Colletti filled out the rotation by re-signing Ted Lilly and Hiroki Kuroda before bringing back Jon Garland. Following ... (Continue reading)

Padilla and Barajas May Still Be Dodgers in 2011 Despite Arbitration Snub

According to the team website, the Dodgers declined to offer arbitration to veterans Vicente Padilla, Rod Barajas and Scott Podsednik, making them unrestricted free agents. However, declining to offer a player arbitration is not a signal that the team is ready ... (Continue reading)

Dodgers’ Musical Bases: Weighing Five LA Second Baseman Possibilities for 2011

One of the main concerns for GM Ned Colletti and the Los Angeles Dodgers this offseason is finding a permanent solution for second base. For Dodgers fans, the last few seasons have been confusing in the middle infield, as several ... (Continue reading)

One Spot Left: Should the LA Dodgers Sign Vicente Padilla or Brandon Webb?

As the Hot Stove heats up and the weather cools down, names are flying around like bugs on Joba Chamberlain. Among the more notable ideas is the Dodgers' interest in Brandon Webb. Los Angeles has already re-signed Ted Lilly and Hiroki ... (Continue reading)

LA Dodgers’ Dark Horse Winter: 5 Potential Unexpected Additions for Next Year

This offseason marks a turbulent time for Major League Baseball, as several key names around the league are free agents, and many of them have already begun the steps towards a new team and a new beginning.  By now, experts ... (Continue reading)

Los Angeles Dodgers To Increase Payroll for 2011: Ok, Ned…Sure Thing, Buddy

Is anyone else a little skeptical of one of the latest releases on the Dodgers' website? According to General Manager Ned Colletti, the Dodgers are actually planning on increasing the $93 million payroll from 2010. The Dodgers still have seven players ... (Continue reading)

Joe Torre and the Worst Farewell Speech in the History of Baseball

The Los Angeles Dodgers couldn't have summarized their disappointing season any better than manager Joe Torre's farewell speech Sunday, following a Dodgers win that allowed the team to finish a game under .500 for a fourth-place finish in the National ... (Continue reading)

Fury of A Woman Divorced: Jamie McCourt Is Destroying Dodgers To Spite Frank

What could be more frightening than the fake, plastic smile Jamie McCourt puts on every time there's a camera on her? How about the likely source of this whole catastrophe? It is possible somewhere long ago, before reports of a bitter ... (Continue reading)

Catcher Brad Ausmus of Los Angeles Dodgers a Successful Manager in Waiting

Most fans in Los Angeles knew Brad Ausmus was going to retire before he did. The 41-year-old catcher has missed a large part of the 2010 season with back problems and appeared more comfortable providing quiet advice to teammates than squatting ... (Continue reading)