Found November 19, 2011 on
Sons of Steve Garvey:
Frank McCourt, Matt Kemp, Ned Colletti, Dave Stewart. Not pictured: Larry Bowa, Bob Schaefer.
photo by Jon SooHoo/Dodgers
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
NO ESCAPE FROM L.A.
By signing star outfielder and Triple Crown threat Matt Kemp to an 8-year, $160 million contract, the Dodgers now have a solid nucleus on which the team can build upon for years to come.
The Dodgers signed Matt Kemp to a sentalazing contract this afternoon. Kemp will make $160M over 8 years. Is this a good deal for the Dodgers? I sure hope so. A lot can go wrong in 8 years. Some of the things that should worry Dodgers fans about this contract are Kemp regressing, defense in center field and of course the always unpredictable injury bug. As good as Matt Kemp...
Earlier today, the Los Angeles Dodgers officially announced an 8 year extension with outfielder Matt Kemp for 160 million dollars. The contract had been announced by sources a few days ago, but wasn’t officially confirmed until now.
I previously looked at the reported terms and came to the conclusion that it was a solid deal, if not a discount for the Dodgers.
As a fan, it’s...
Matt Kemp and the Los Angeles Dodgers staked their futures together Friday, finalizing a $160 million, eight-year contract that matches the seventh-highest deal in baseball history.
He has the biggest contract in National League history, but the MVP candidate will make only $10 million next season, giving the Dodgers some flexibility.Matt Kemp and Ned Colletti stepped up to a podium at Dodger Stadium on Friday and the general manager laid contract papers in front of the team's star center fielder and said, "You can sign it first."
Matt Kemp and the Los Angeles Dodgers have finalized a $160 million, eight-year contract, matching the seventh-highest deal in baseball history.
Feeling more comfortable on and off the field, Matt Kemp rebounded from a disastrous 2010 and unleashed one of the great all-around seasons in recent history.
Here's the latest from the City Of Angels (And Dodgers)....
Ned Colletti wants to bring back Hiroki Kuroda next season, but isn't sure if the Dodgers can afford him or if Kuroda will return to Japan, reports Ramona Shelburne of ESPN Los Angeles.
The Dodgers' major offseason moves could be wrapping up but Jerry Dipoto's first offseason as Angels GM is just...
It has been a busy week in baseball. We’ve seen the collective bargaining agreement reupped, the Astros sale was approved (along with a move to the American League) and Matt Kemp got a little richer. Sometimes, these things get missed along the way, but we haven’t forgotten these moves.
Diamondbacks Re-Sign Aaron Hill
Hill has been an enigma over the past several...
RIP cards in Allen & Ginter fall about one per case, from what I've read. I've never purchased a case, and it will be quite some time before I could even afford to buy a case. In my short time collecting, I've picked up two boxes of Ginter - one in 2010 and one in 2011. The best card I've pulled is a Matt Kemp jersey relic from my '10 box, and it's one...
Angels General Manager Dipoto has several off-season possibilities and more wiggle room to operate than Dodgers General Manager Colletti, who has a limited budget and already has made big deals.Angels General Manager Dipoto has several off-season possibilities and more wiggle room to operate than Dodgers General Manager Colletti, who has a limited budget and already has made big deals.
Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said Friday that he didn't know if it was going to be possible for the club to re-sign right-handed pitcher Hiroki Kuroda.