Found December 12, 2011 on 6-4-2: Double Play Blog:
Per the Times, the Angels signed Kendrys Morales to a $3M/1 year deal. The Brewers have signed former Cub Aramis Ramirez worth $36M over three years with a fourth year mutual option. The Cards re-signed Rafael Furcal to a one year deal worth $14M. The Dodgers non-tendered Hong-Chih Kuo, though the team is interested in re-signing him. The Dodgers did tender contracts to Andre Ethier, James Loney, and Clayton Kershaw.
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