Filed under: Stream MLB Trade Rumors Dodgers lose out in Masahiro Tanaka bidding to Yankees Contributors: Eric Stephen Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Dodgers lose out in Masahiro Tanaka bidding to Yankees Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The Dodgers pursued Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka, but lost out in a bidding war to the Yankees, who signed the pitcher for a reported $155 million over seven years. 7 Total Updates Since Oct 21, 2013, 5:26pm PDT Follow this stream January 22, 2014 Tanaka picks Yankees By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Dodgers were outbid for seemingly the first time under the new ownership group, as Masahiro Tanaka chose the Yankees for a seven-year, $155 million deal. January 17, 2014 Luxury tax no hindrance to pursuit of Tanaka By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Within one week we will find out the destination of the hottest ticket remaining on the free agent market, and the Dodgers are very much in play. January 15, 2014 No limit: Dodgers still in on Tanaka By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Even after signing Clayton Kershaw to the richest deal ever for a pitcher, the Dodgers are still in the hunt for Masahiro Tanaka, and if that doesn't work out Bronson Arroyo reportedly remains on their radar. January 9, 2014 Tanaka has physical in LA, Dodgers interested By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The deadline for MLB teams to sign the Japanese right-hander is January 24. The Dodgers have had conversations with Tanaka's agent, but they aren't alone. December 25, 2013 Masahiro Tanaka coming to MLB By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The 25-year-old right-hander was 24-0 with a 1.27 ERA in Japan in 2013 during the regular season. December 16, 2013 MLB, NPB reach posting agreement By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The maximum fee paid to an NPB team for bidding rights is $20 million per a new agreement with MLB. October 21, 2013 Dodgers 'very much aware of' Tanaka By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Catching up on other noteworthy items from Monday's end-of-season press conference at Dodger Stadium.