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The Dodgers have signed infielder Josh Fields to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training.

Roy Disney family mulls bid for Dodgers

LOS ANGELES -- The family of the late Roy E. Disney is in talks with other investors about making a joint bid to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers out of bankruptcy. The talks were confirmed Monday by Clifford Miller, managing director of the Disney family's investment vehicle, Shamrock Holdings. Roy Disney was the nephew of Walt Disney, but the family's investments are not...

Dodgers, FOX Sports reach settlement

A bankruptcy judge in Delaware on Wednesday approved a settlement between the Los Angeles Dodgers and FOX Sports that clears the way for the sale of the team. The settlement, reached late Tuesday and quickly approved at a brief court hearing Wednesday morning, ends a contentious legal battle between the ball club and FOX. ''The agreement with FOX clears the path for the...

Hiroki Kuroda may consider Boston

Aging right-hander, Hiroki Kuroda, will remain in the majors and test out the free-agent waters. WEEI via NBP Tracker ...multiple media outlets in Japan are reporting that free agent pitcher Hiroki Kuroda has informed the Hiroshima Carp that he intends to pitch in the Major Leagues in 2012. The report also passes along news from Chugoku Shimbun that Kuroda intends to decide...

Trade With Vin Scully Is My Homeboy: Russell Martin Likes To Kick It In The Desert With An Underage Clayton Kershaw.

I completed my first trade with Roberto of Vin Scully Is My Homeboy fame. For those of you non-Dodgers fans unfamiliar with Roberto's site, the man is one of the great bloggers of our time, with scoops and signing information that makes VSIMH an instant classic and a must-read. I met him once in person at a Clayton Kershaw signing, though I doubt he remembers me. Anyways, Roberto...

Dodgers, FOX settle legal dispute

The Dodgers and FOX Sports settled their legal dispute Tuesday night, clearing away the last and highest hurdle to the timely sale of the ballclub.

Could Hiroki Kuroda Be Coming To Beantown?

While the Boston Red Sox have been adding some low cost pitching depth over the past few days, is it possible that former Los Angeles Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda is coming to the Beantown? If we are to believe Jim Bowden of ESPN, the answer is yes. On Bowden's ESPN Insider blog, he reports that the Red Sox are closing in on a short-term deal with Kuroda. Just yesterday, Kuroda...

Dodgers settle lawsuit with Fox network, abandon media rights sale

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox have settled their lawsuit, removing an impediment to the sale of the bankrupt team.

Rubby De La Rosa Recovering Nicely & His Long Term Role Is Starting

Around this time of year, there will be a ton of extraneous crap meaning absolutely nothing flung around, primarily because there’s little actual substance to write about and people are just so excited about getting baseball back. The “Best Shape Of My Life” stories are well known, but this “Winter Development Camp” the Los Angeles Dodgers run has been getting a lot of...

NL West Links: Moorad, Padres, Martinez, Dodgers

Five years ago today, the Diamondbacks re-acquired Randy Johnson from the Yankees for Luis Vizcaino, Ross Ohlendorf, Steven Jackson, and Alberto Gonzalez. The Big Unit spent two more seasons in Arizona then one with the Giants before calling it a career. Here's the latest from the NL West... Jeff Moorad's long-awaited purchase of the Padres from John Moores is nearly...

Dodgers settle with Fox, abandon media rights sale

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox have settled their lawsuit, removing an impediment to the sale of the bankrupt team.
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