Rumors and news reports related to Los Angeles Dodgers trade interests, free agent signings, roster moves, and any other tidbits and nuggets related to the team.
The Dodgers made a trade to acquire international bonus pool slot space, and used it to reportedly sign highly-touted South Korea right-hander Hyun-seok Jang, a 19-year-old who last week decided to forgo the Korean Baseball Organization draft to come to MLB.
The Dodgers sent pitchers Nick Robertson and Justin Hagenman to the Red Sox in the trade for Kiké Hernández.
Let’s talk Dodgers trade rumors, including the fantastical (Shohei Ohtani) and realistic options like Lucas Giolito, Jordan Montgomery, and Jack Flaherty.
A profile of Jonny Farmelo, a high school outfielder from Virginia who could be available when the Dodgers pick at No. 36 overall in the 2023 MLB Draft. Farmelo in mock drafts at Baseball America, ESPN, and MLB Pipeline is projected to go to Los Angeles.
The Dodgers will call up top pitching prospect Bobby Miller to start Tuesday in Atlanta, filling in for a starting rotation that lost pitchers Dustin May and Julio Urías in the last week.
The Dodgers have reportedly signed veteran reliever Ken Giles to a minor league contract. The right-hander missed the end of 2020 and all of 2021 after Tommy John surgery, and missed significant time in 2022 with multiple injuries
The Dodgers plan to call up pitcher Gavin Stone, a consensus top-60 prospect in the sport, to start Wednesday against the Phillies at Dodger Stadium, making his major league debut.
Per multiple reports, Max Muncy and Brusdar Graterol will be placed on the paternity list by the Dodgers, with infield prospect Michael Busch getting called up from Triple-A Oklahoma City to make his major league debut.
Or "At the risk of being insensitive, the show must go on." True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo analyzes the trade market for a shortstop as a result of the season-ending injury to Gavin Lux.