Found November 03, 2011 on
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The news out of Los Angeles is that the Dodgers have inked outfielder/first baseman Juan Rivera to a one-year guaranteed deal worth $4.5 million, with a club option for 2013. This deal is puzzling for several reasons — among them Rivera’s age, his offensive production over the last two seasons, h...
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Los Angeles Dodgers - Signed OF Juan Rivera to a 1-year, $4.5 million contract with club option for 1-year, $3.5 million.
This is a signing that makes me want to take a paint tutorial (Billy is pretty loyal to the Royals though and might not be available). Words will have to be enough.
Honestly though this isn’t an objectively terrible signing. I can’t readily identify 60 better...
LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that they have signed outfielder Juan Rivera to a one-year contract. The announcement was made by Dodger General Manager Ned Colletti.
Juan proved to be a valuable addition to our lineup last season both in terms of his versatility and run production, said Colletti. He is capable of playing three positions and his production against...
We're only days removed from the World Series and already Ned Colletti is chasing his beloved veterany goodness. From "Rivera appears headed back to Dodgers" by Ken Gurnick at Dodgers.com:
The Dodgers have reached a tentative agreement with free-agent outfielder Juan Rivera on a one-year contract with a 2013 option for approximately $4 million guaranteed, according...
IRVING, Texas It's been nearly a week since the Rangers somehow lost Game 6 of the World Series to the St. Louis Cardinals, so fans across North Texas aren't far along in the recovery process. On the positive side, if such a thing exists, those of us who grew up here never envisioned a time when Rangers fans would be borderline despondent over not winning a World Series...
If the Dodgers' new owners were in place, do you think they would bid on Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder?
You bet they would, given the team's need for a slugger at first base.
Which begs the question:
Why shouldn't the Dodgers sign Pujols or Fielder right now?
They should -- and call it a parting gift from their ever-generous owner, Frank McCourt.
A whopping free...
Questions and answers about the sale process, and what it means for the future of the team. Don't expect Prince Fielder in Dodger blue.Frank McCourt agreed late Tuesday to sell the Dodgers, ushering in an unusual season of the hot stove league in Los Angeles. Along with arguing over the merits of prospective free agents and trade candidates for their team, Dodgers fans can spend...
NEW YORK Baseball's free-agent signing season began Thursday with Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and Aramis Ramirez all available in a market far stronger on hitting than starting pitching.
C.J. Wilson, Mark Buehrle, Roy Oswalt, Edwin Jackson and Hiroki Kuroda topped the list of free-agent starters, while Jonathan Papelbon, Heath Bell, Francisco...
For the second consecutive season, the Brewers have a pair of Silver Sluggers. Leftfielder Ryan Braun and first baseman Prince Fielder each earned the honor from Louisville Slugger.
Major League Baseball's free-agent signing season began Thursday with Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and Aramis Ramirez available in a market far stronger on hitting than starting pitching.
Ok, so I live in Northern California and you likely care a whole lot more about the Giants, for good reason. Heck, you might even like the A's and if so, good for you. However, I am a Cubs fan and they have issues, BIG issues, and those issues are on my mind. Lots of talk about them signing Prince Fielder but I think that would be a mistake, not because he isn't a great...