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Never heard of Karsh or Friedman? Don't worry, I hadn't either until Steve Dilbeck made mention of them today. They're billionaire money managers at Oaktree Capital Management and Canyon Capital Partners, respectively. Gilbert is an executive with the Chisox and was previously a player agent. Gilbert also was involved in building a youth diamond at Southwest College, but unlike the McCourts, his face wasn't on TV at the time it happened.
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Well this shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, MLBTR recently provided a source saying that the Hiroshima Carp have made an offer to Dodgers free agent Hiroki Kuroda. The soon to be 37 year old right-hander said he was happy to have received the offer from his former team.
Kuroda commented: "I’m happy that they would evaluate my contributions
The agent for Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp said he is upbeat over the team's chances of signing his client to a long-term contract extension.
"I don't think that it's going to be difficult, I really don't," agent Dave Stewart told ESPN Los Angeles. "I think we should be able to come to something. I have talked with (general manager...
The Dodgers, unlikely to pursue top-tier free agents Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder because the team is for sale, nonetheless are in negotiations on a long-term contract for Matt Kemp.
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Matt Kemp, Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen have been named best Dodgers player, pitcher and breakout performer of 2011, respectively, as selected by MLB.com.
The agent for Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp said Wednesday that talks on a long-term contract extension for his client are moving in a positive direction and that he is optimistic an agreement will be reached.
If history is a harbinger of things to come, Clayton Kershaw best clear off some space in his trophy case for the 2011 National League Cy Young Award.
A federal bankruptcy judge says Fox will have a chance to challenge the Los Angeles Dodgers if the team attempts to sell future television rights along with the franchise.