Rumors and reports involving the Los Angeles Dodgers in both the hot stove season and during the regular season.
The Dodgers have reportedly signed veteran right-hander Shelby Miller to a one-year major league contract worth a guaranteed $1.5 million plus performance bonuses.
Brant Brown, a hitting coach for the Dodgers for the last five seasons, has reportedly been hired to be the Marlins hitting coach.
The Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw have agreed to a one-year deal to return for 2023, which will be his 16th season in Los Angeles.
LA follows Treinen/Muncy playbook with Hudson contract
Blake Treinen says his shoulder is healthy and now it’s just a matter of building up stamina before returning to the Dodgers. And with just hours before the trade deadline, Juan Soto, Pablo López, and Ian Happ are among the names on LA’s radar.
Dodgers left-handed pitcher Darien Núñez reportedly needs Tommy John surgery, which would end his 2022 season.
For so long, it seemed like franchise icon Freddie Freeman would eventually return to the Atlanta Braves. But now that Atlanta traded for a new first baseman, the Dodgers’ rumored pursuit of Freeman suddenly seems much more possible.
The Dodgers reportedly agreed to terms with former MVP Cody Bellinger on a one-year, $17 million contract before the MLB lockout, avoiding salary arbitration.
The Dodgers have reportedly signed pitcher Peter Heubeck, their third-round pick, plus UCLA right-hander Nick Nastrini, their fourth-round pick. That means the Dodgers have signed their top three picks, plus a few more.
The Dodgers have reportedly signed 2021 first-round draft pick Maddux Bruns, a left-handed high school pitcher from Alabama.