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91-71, 1st in NL West

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Listado oficial de transacciones realizadas estas reuniones invernales. NO incluye canjes que no hayan sido anunciados de manera oficial por el equipo.

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Marlins, Nationals & Dodgers awaiting word on Kenley Jansen. Possible he decides today but not certain. Nationals have jumped in over last 24 hours.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Since Rich Hill signed, there has been a sense that the Dodgers would bring back Justin Turner OR Kenley Jansen, but not both. Jansen seems like the priority now since he is the last elite closer available on the market, but as his price skyrockets, the Dodgers could put their resources toward Turner instead. Not that Turner's offensive production and defense would be viewed as a consolation prize.

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15hAndrew Marchand

Chapman rejoining Yanks on 5-year, $86M deal

The Yankees have reunited with closer Aroldis Chapman on a five-year, $86 million deal, the four-time All-Star told ESPN's Marly Rivera on Wednesday night.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi said he's confident the Dodgers will be able to hit on their offseason targets. So with one more day remaining at the winter meetings, could the club do something soon? "There's no trade or free agent deal that is available to us that we would say that we would do right now," said Zaidi, who believes there is plenty of time remaining this offseason to get a desired deal done.

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20hJayson Stark

Source: Teams waiting on Chapman decision

The Yankees, Marlins and Dodgers remain in pursuit of coveted free-agent closers Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen, sources said, with Chapman's contract expected to set the market for Jansen.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers have seven OFs in the fold, which helps explain why Andrew McCutchen rumors have subsided. "It's hard to imagine bringing in an outfielder and not have an outfielder (on the current roster) be a part of something," president of baseball ops Andrew Friedman said. "But sometimes timing doesn't line up perfectly either. It's not something we're intensely focused on."

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' priority is to bring back Justin Turner, but is there a point when they move on from their desired plan? Club president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman: "Sure. I think that as conversations get to the point where you will potentially lose something, you go to them. In the case where a player is Option A and Option B has gotten to the point where you need to make a decision, that's when you go and say, 'Look, we're at this point.' That's the part of the timing element that is tricky."

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Don Mattingly on Kenley Jansen's interest in Miami: "He didn't tell me he absolutely wanted to say on the west coast or he absolutely didn't want to play in South Florida. So basically, he was open to the idea. . . . My call was to let him know that we talked about him, there was legitimate interest and we just wanted to make sure that he had interest."


Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Don Mattingly on his conversation with Kenley Jansen: "The main thing I can say is he wasn't...opposed"

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Source: Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria has signed off on spending the money to sign Kenley Jansen or Aroldis Chapman if his baseball people can reach a deal.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers carried an extra reliever for most of last season and it helped them to become one of the better bullpens in baseball. It is not necessarily a plan they are married to for 2017. "I think it was more so a necessity," manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday. "I think the model still is to get starters to go deeper in a game. I don't know the average start, the innings last year, but when you're not going deep, the extra reliever was certainly a necessity, as opposed to just a luxury."

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman was working the phones Tuesday evening, but did not feel anxiety to make an impact move before the winter meetings end Thursday. "I actually think it's really important to not feel pressure to do things in these three days," Friedman said. "We have goals we want to accomplish this offseason. But when they happen, is not something that we feel like we can force. If you get caught up in these three days, in our opinion, you can end up making mistakes."

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

It only sounded like Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman was reading from a fortune cookie Tuesday when asked if the team's budget reasonably matched its free-agent needs. "If you were always rational about free agents, you will finish third on every free agent," Friedman said.

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

A GM in the bullpen market on where he thinks the contracts of Aroldis Chapman & Kenley Jansen will end up: 5 years, $85-95 million. Wow

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Ups and downs with De Leon, Bellinger

The Dodgers have a lot of pieces they could trade for, say, Brian Dozier, but RHP Jose De Leon and 1B/OF Cody Bellinger seem to be getting the most attention. Both have high ceilings, but there are concerns with each as well. Schoenfield: The great prospect gamble game


Padilla on the Dodgers latest interest

Dodgers beat writer Doug Padilla joins Brian Kamenetzky and D'Marco Farr to give the scoop on the Dodgers' latest interest and Rich Hill "re-upping" with the Blue Crew.

What would the Pirates need in return to trade McCutchen? (1:22)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24922nd
On Base Percentage.31918th
Slugging Percentage.40918th
Earned Run Average3.705th
Quality Starts6029th

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