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Old Friends

A look back at former Dodgers in their new homes.

Chris Martin reportedly finds a home in Boston

Dodgers reliever Chris Martin signed a free agent deal with the Boston Red Sox worth $17.5 million over two years, per a report from ESPN.

Tyler Anderson now an Angel

Pitcher Tyler Anderson declined the qualifying offer from the Dodgers, and instead signed a multi-year contract with the Angels.

Edwin Jackson announces retirement on anniversary of his MLB debut

Edwin Jackson, who debuted with the Dodgers in 2003 and pitched for a record 14 teams in his 17-year career, announced his retirement on Friday, on his 39th birthday and the 19th anniversary of his major league debut.

Corey Seager rounds out Home Run Derby field

The full Home Run Derby field at Dodger Stadium includes eight players, including former Dodgers Corey Seager and Albert Pujols.

Freeman, Jansen reunions an emotional to start Dodgers-Braves

Monday was an emotional day at Dodger Stadium, with Freddie Freeman meeting with his former Braves teammates and Kenley Jansen meeting his former Dodgers teammates.

Albert Pujols reunites with Cardinals after 11 years away

Albert Pujols, who found success with the Dodgers in a limited role as a part-time player for the first time in his 21-year career, has a new home for 2022. It’s a familiar place, returning to the St. Louis Cardinals for the first time since 2011.

Jansen says Dodgers wanted him back

Kenley Jansen spoke with reporters for the first time since signing with the Atlanta Braves. He said the Dodgers tried to bring him back, but ultimately he chose to sign with the Braves.

Kenley Jansen signs 1-year deal with the Braves

Longtime Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen signed a one-year, $16 million contract with the Atlanta Braves.

Andrew Vasquez signs with Blue Jays

Andrew Vasquez, a left-hander who pitched in two games in September 2021 for the Dodgers, signed a one-year free agent contract with the Toronto Blue Jays for 2022.

Farewell, Odalis Pérez

Former Dodgers pitcher Odalis Pérez died at his home in the Dominican Republic on March 10, 2022. He pitched 10 years in the majors leagues and made an All-Star team with Los Angeles in 2002.

Matt Magill retires

Former Dodgers pitcher Matt Magill retired from baseball this week. Andrew Heaney was one of the witnesses called in the trial of former Angels employee Andrew Heaney.

Corey Knebel heads to Philly

Corey Knebel, after excelling in the Dodgers bullpen in 2021, has a new home for 2022 and beyond, reportedly signing with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Corey Seager goes to Texas on 10-year deal

Former Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager found a new home in free agency, agreeing to a 10-year, $325 million contract with the Texas Rangers.

Max Scherzer lands record contract with Mets

Max Scherzer signed a free agent contract with the New York Mets, outbidding the Los Angeles Dodgers, for whom he was dominant after the trade deadline in 2021.

True Blue LA welcomes new staff members

Announcing seven new members of the True Blue LA staff, including four returnees.

Welcome back, Ryan Walton

Ryan Walton is back to write about the Dodgers for True Blue LA

Alanna Rizzo a part of MLB’s first all-female broadcast crew

Former Dodgers reporter will be one of five women on YouTube’s Orioles-Rays game of the week, the first all-female broadcast team in Major League Baseball history.

McGee heads to SF on reported 2-year deal

Former Dodgers reliever Jake McGee has a new home, signing a free agent contract with the Giants worth a reported $hit 7 million over two years.

Joc Pederson is off to Chicago

Joc Pederson leaves the Dodgers after 11 years in the organization, signing a free agent deal with the Chicago Cubs, per multiple reports.

Alanna Rizzo leaves the Dodgers

Alanna Rizzo, who reported for the Dodgers for SportsNet LA since 2014, will leave for personal reasons, after seven seasons.

Kiké Hernández heads to Boston

The extremely versatile Kiké Hernández has found a new home, signing a free agent contract with the Boston Red Sox, after six years with the Dodgers.

Alex Wood signs one-year deal with Giants

Former Dodgers left-hander Alex Wood signed a one-year deal with the Giants.

Báez finds 2-year deal with Astros

Longtime Dodgers reliever Pedro Báez has agreed to a two-year free agent contract with the Astros.

A legend steps away from the beat

Longtime Dodgers beat writer Ken Gurnick, whose first year covering the team was in 1982, announced his retirement on Monday.

Ross Stripling talks about getting traded

Now Blue Jays pitcher Ross Stripling on his podcast this week talked about his experience getting traded by the Dodgers.

Puig reportedly finds a home with Braves

Former Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig has reportedly signed with the Atlanta Braves.

Manny Machado remains in division, signs with Padres

Though he wasn’t expected to return to LA, it looks as if Machado will be making his return to Dodger Stadium in 2019. However, he won’t be suiting up for LA.

2018 Dodgers Review: Alex Wood

Former Dodger left-hander did not recapture his All-Star form but was second on the team with 151⅔ innings pitched

Yasiel Puig’s most memorable moments as a Dodger

A look back on Yasiel Puig’s most memorable moments as a Dodger.

Dodgers trade Wilmer Font to A’s for LHP Logan Salow

The Dodgers traded Wilmer Font to the A’s and received minor league pitcher Logan Salow, a 2017 draftee.

Jesus Liranzo claimed off waivers by Pirates

RHP’s Dodgers tenure lasted all of three days

Thompson claimed off waivers by Yankees

Former Dodgers outfielder Trayce Thompson was claimed off waivers by the Yankees.