Found December 04, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Three-time Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist Misty May-Treanor is pregnant. The 36-year-old Olympian said through her agent that she and her husband, ballplayer Matt Treanor, are expecting their first child in the spring. "We are excited about expanding our family," May-Treanor said in a statement issued by USA Volleyball. "We have been waiting for this and couldn't be happier." May-Treanor retired from beach volleyball after winning her third Olympic gold medal with Kerri Walsh Jennings in London at the 2012 Summer Games. She has been coaching in California. Walsh Jennings, who has three children, is aiming for a fourth straight Olympic beach volleyball gold medal with new partner April Ross.

The terms of Brian Wilson’s rumored return borders on fan fiction + Dodgers in on J.P. Howell

I’m not sure this could go any better if I planned it myself. But here goes… —– The Dodgers are close with Brian Wilson… Dodgers and Brian Wilson appear to be getting close on a contract agreement. — Tim Brown (@TBrownYahoo) December 3, 2013 …but HE only wants a one-year deal… The #Dodgers and free-agent closer Brian Wilson are talking only about a one-year deal...

Report: Dodgers close to re-signing Brian Wilson, which is fantastic

The Dodgers are be close to bringing Brian Wilson back. Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports reported Tuesday morning the sides are making progress on an agreement.The Tigers were seen as the Dodgers' biggest competitor for Wilson's services, but they're close to inking Joe Nathan to a deal, thus ending their pursuit of Wilson.Wilson is said to want a 2-year, $20 million deal...

Brian Wilson will return to the Los Angeles Dodgers

Richard Mackson/USA TODAY Sports According to Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers have re-signed relief pitcher Brian Wilson. The contract is a one-year agreement, for $10 million next season, and it includes a player option for 2015, where Wilson can earn between $9 million and $10 million. If Wilson chooses to exercise the player option, his 2015 salary will be...

Nomar Garciaparra leaving ESPN for Dodgers network

The new Los Angeles Dodgers RSN backed by Time Warner Cable is looking to be a powerful outfit.  After rumors they were ready to pinch ESPN Sunday Night Baseball analyst Orel Hershiser comes a report from the Los Angeles Times that the network has already signed former Red Sox and Dodgers infielder Nomar Garciaparra from Bristol: "Nomar Garciaparra has been hired as a new...

Dodgers Re-sign Brian Wilson for One Year, $10 Million

When the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Brian Wilson the day before the trade deadline in 2013, it was mostly to take a flyer on the once dominant closer. Wilson delivered better than anticipated following a Tommy John surgery in April of 2012, hurling just one earned run and a 21-to-6 K to BB ratio to compliment his 19.2 innings in both the regular season and playoffs. For Wilson,...

The Dodgers Could Sign Free Agent Mark Ellis

That's a weird title, eh? Yes, I am well aware that Mark Ellis played 126 games for the Dodgers last season hitting .270/.323/.351/.674 with a fielding percentage of .989 and was nominated for a Gold Glove. But after the season, the Dodgers decided to decline his 2014 option for $5.75M Though Ken Rosenthal and his sources had this to tweet this morning...

Dodgers re-sign Brian Wilson to 1-year deal

The beard is staying the City of Angels at least for the next year. According to Yahoo! Sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers and free agent reliever Brian Wilson agreed on a one-year deal worth $10 million dollars. There is also reportedly a player option for 2015 which is believed to be worth $9-10 million. Wilson more »

Brian Wilson Re-Signs with LA for Absurd Amounts of Moolah

It’s been a pretty good offseason for the San Francisco Giants. But the following news is, well, gross. And yet hilarious. Brian Wilson is returning to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Brian Wilson and Dodgers have come to contract agreement. — Tim Brown (@TBrownYahoo) December 5, 2013 Brown went on to report that Wilson’s deal is for one year and $10 million...

Brian Wilson, Dodgers reportedly close on one-year deal

Brian Wilson and the Los Angeles Dodgers reportedly are close on agreeing to a one-year deal that would keep the bearded relief pitcher in LA. Wilson was said to be a strong possibility for the Detroit Tigers, but they signed Joe Nathan instead. Now Tim Brown at Yahoo! Sports said Tuesday that Wilson and the […]

Dodgers should look at Wesley Wright, John Axford to replenish bullpen

With the impeding re-signing of Brian Wilson, the Dodgers' bullpen looks a little bit stronger than it did on Monday. But there's still work to be done.The Dodgers need another left-handed pitcher to complement Paco Rodriguez, who wore down late last season. At age-22, that'll happen. J.P. Howell coming back would be ideal, even if it's for three years. If not...

Dodgers re-sign Wilson

The Los Angeles Dodgers re-signed setup reliever Brian Wilson to a one-year contract worth $10 million. Wilson, 31, will also get a player option for at least $8.5 million in 2015 that could climb to $10 million, plus $700,000 in incentives. Coming off a second Tommy John surgery and non-tendered by the Giants a year ago, Wilson signed a $1 million contract with the Dodgers on...

Brian Wilson is Back in Dodger Blue

After being courted by a number of teams (most notably the Detroit Tigers and, had he agreed to shave, the New York Yankees), free agent Brian Wilson has made his decision to prolong his one man sideshow with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Wilson was looking to return to closing out games (a role he dominated for more than four seasons with the San Francisco Giants), but according...

Carl Crawford Knocks Up Ochocinco's Ex

I'm not exactly sure what an "Evelyn Lozada" is and why, other than having been engaged to former NBA forward Antoine Walker and married to ex-NFL All-Pro Chad Ochocinco, she is famous...but, apparently she's pregnant and we're supposed to care. Friday, the "Basketball Wives" star announced she was six months pregnant and, gasp, had decided to...

Brian Wilson reaches one-year deal with Dodgers

The Beard is returning to the Dodgers. Relief pitcher Brian Wilson, who gave up just one earned run in 24 regular-season and postseason appearances last season, agreed to a one-year, 10-million deal with incentives for 2014, Ken Rosenthal of has confirmed. Wilson, who turns 32 in March, also has a player option for 2015 worth between 9 million and 10 million, depending...
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