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The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed infielder Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year deal. Although financial details were not released the pact is believed to be worth $6 million.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers signed veteran utility man Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year, $6 million deal during the first day of baseball's Winter Meetings on Monday.
Hairston will reportedly earn $2.25 million next season and $3.75 million in 2013. The deal is pending a physical.
The 35-year-old Hairston hit .270 with five homers and 35 RBIs while splitting time with Washington...
Ned Colletti has signed Jerry Hairston Jr. to a 2 year deal worth 6 million dollars because…of course. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports that he’ll make $2.25 million in 2012 and $3.75 million in 2013, which means the contract is back loaded because…of course.
In all fairness, Hairston is certainly versatile and useful, as he can play 2B, 3B, SS, CF,...
Hairston, a career .258 hitter expected to be a backup infielder, will get $2.25 million for 2012 and $3.75 million in 2013. Starting pitcher Harang is expected to get a similar, stepped-up deal.—
Utility player infielder Jerry Hairston Jr. turned down an opportunity to return to Milwaukee and accepted a two-year, $6 million offer from the Los Angeles Dodgers.
According to sources close to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year, $6 million deal plus incentives.
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The Brewers only had one offer on the table as the Winter Meetings began Monday, and it was spurned. Jerry Hairston Jr., Milwaukee's starting third baseman in the postseason and the team's primary target so far in free agency, agreed instead to a two-year deal with the Dodgers.
The Dodgers have signed Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year deal worth $6MM plus incentives, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports (on Twitter). The 35-year-old has passed his physical.
SI.com's Jon Heyman first reported that the two sides were getting close to a two-year deal.
The Dodgers capped a flurry of activity on the first day of baseball's winter meetings by signing free-agent infielder Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year, $6 million contract.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are nearing a deal with pitcher Aaron
Harang, a source said Monday, and have agreed to a $6 million,
two-year contract with utility man Jerry Hairston Jr.
Dodgers Sign Jerry Hairston Jr.
Dodgers, Aaron Harang Making Progress On Deal
Eric Stephen at True Blue LA has it right: by trying to stay afloat in 2012, Ned Colletti may be sinking the ship in 2013. Hurry up and buy the team, Magic!
Also: Dodgers collect 30-something mediocrities (ESPN SweetSpot)
The Los Angeles Dodgers are nearing a deal with pitcher Aaron Harang and have agreed to a $6 million, two-year contract with utilityman Jerry Hairston Jr. Harang, a 32-year-old right-hander, was 14-7 with a 3.64 ERA last season, his first with the San Diego Padres. He made $3.5 million, and the Padres paid $500,000 to void a $5 million player option he had exercised.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are wasting no time at the Baseball Winter Meetings as they’ve already signed one player and have another likely on the way. They’ve already signed utility man Jerry Hairston Jr and are apparently close to a deal with pitcher Aaron Harang.
@Ken_Rosenthal: Sources: Hairston is done with #Dodgers. Passes physical. 2 yrs, 6M plus incentives.
In my opinion...