Harang was immediately designated for assignment by the Rockies after the trade.
The Dodgers have $40.5 million committed to four players on the disabled list, more than triple the amount as last year.
Multiple reports have the Dodgers' ace starting pitcher in talks with the team on a contract extension that could make the left-hander the highest paid pitcher in the game.
Given the five-year extension signed by the Tigers' ace, $200 million for the Dodgers' ace doesn't seem out of the question.
Because the Dodgers shortstop was injured during World Baseball Classic play and will miss over 30 days, the club will get relief in the form of the WBC paying Ramirez his salary while on the disabled list, roughly $4 million worth.
The major league minimum increased from $480,000 to $490,000 in 2013. Here are some salaries for the Dodgers with under three years of major league service time.
The Dodgers' ace is under contract for $11 million in 2013, and has one more season of arbitration eligibility in 2014.
The record $175 million contract signed by the Mariners' ace will certainly affect the Dodgers' ace. But will Kershaw be the first to top $200 million?
The Dodgers avoided salary arbitration with mercurial relief pitcher Ronald Belisario on Friday, signing the right-hander for $1.45 million for 2013.
The 31-year old catcher expects to sign a one-year deal with the Dodgers, but would be open to a multi-year contract.
The two are the only Dodgers eligible for salary arbitration in 2013, and if they can't come to a contract agreement with the team both sides will schedule a hearing in February. Players and teams exchange salary figures on Friday.
A look at what the relief pitcher might earn in 2013, his first season eligible for salary arbitration. Belisario, like catcher A.J. Ellis, is a Super Two, with two years, 151 days of major league service time.
The catcher is eligible for salary arbitration for the first time after his first full season in 2012. Ellis has two years, 151 days of service time and is a Super Two player.
A look at the contract details of 25-year old pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu, who signed a six-year, $36 million contract with the Dodgers on Sunday. He will be introduced at Dodger Stadium on Monday afternoon.
The Dodgers were already nearing the stratosphere with their payroll, but the $147 million just adds to the massive expenditures.
At $147 million over six years, Greinke has the largest contract ever given to a right-handed pitcher in baseball history.
The Dodgers will likely add a free agent starting pitcher this offseason, despite having six starters under contract for 2013.
The closer has the largest contract ever given a Dodgers reliever in total value, and could earn up to $33.5 million over four years.
League was 2-1 with a 2.30 ERA in 28 games for the Dodgers after his July 30 acquisition from the Mariners.
The Dodgers on Monday declined the 2013 options of outfielder and first baseman Juan Rivera, catcher Matt Treanor, and relief pitcher Todd Coffey, trimming their 40-man roster to 36 players.