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Dodgers sign Andrew Heaney for 1-year, $8.5 million

The Dodgers signed veteran left-handed starting pitcher Andrew Heaney to a one-year, $8.5 million contract to kick off their offseason roster moves.

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Dodgers finalize 1-year deal with Daniel Hudson

Daniel Hudson officially joined the Dodgers, signing a one-year contract. Andrew Vasquez was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster.

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Dodgers non-tender Andrew Vasquez

The Dodgers non-tendered left-hander Andrew Vasquez, making him a free agent.

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Dodgers trade McKinney & Reks to Rangers

The Los Angeles Dodgers traded outfielders Billy McKinney and Zach Reks to the Texas Rangers for cash considerations, three days after the pair were designated for assignment.

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2022 Dodgers offseason moves

Every Dodgers transaction from the end of the 2021 World Series to the start of spring training in 2022.

Seager, Taylor decline qualifying offer from Dodgers

Dodgers free agents Corey Seager and Chris Taylor declined the qualifying offer, which would net Los Angeles draft pick compensation should they sign elsewhere.

Kershaw doesn’t receive qualifying offer

Sunday was the deadline for the Dodgers to extend qualifying offers. They didn’t extend one to Clayton Kershaw, who is a free agent.

Seager, Taylor get qualifying offers

The Dodgers extended qualifying offers to Corey Seager and Chris Taylor, a one-year, $18.4 million contract that, if declined, would ensure draft pick compensation to Los Angeles.

Dodgers decline Joe Kelly’s 2022 option

The Dodgers declined pitcher Joe Kelly’s $12 million club option for 2022, instead paying the right-hander a $4 million buyout. Kelly is now a free agent.

Dodgers outright Alexander, Burns, Sherfy off 40-man roster

The Dodgers sent pitchers Scott Alexander and Jimmie Sherfy, and utility man Andy Burns, outright to the minors, removing them from the 40-man roster.

Seager, Kershaw, Jansen, Scherzer headline Dodgers free agents

Eleven Dodgers are free agents on the day after the World Series, including the three longest-tenured players (Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, Corey Seager), a Cy Young Award contender (Max Scherzer), an indispensable everyday utility man (Chris Taylor) and a future Hall of Famer (Albert Pujols).