Found December 08, 2011 on dodgers.com:
While the neighboring Angels were rocking the baseball world with stunning signings on Thursday at the Winter Meetings, the Dodgers quietly put the finishing touch on their starting rotation by confirming the signing of right-handed pitcher Aaron Harang.
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