The Los Angeles Dodgers' Triple-A team at Oklahoma selected right-hander Carson Fulmer from Cincinnati with the 39th and final pick of the Triple-A phase of Major League Baseball's annual draft of unprotected players.
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Buck O'Neil, a champion of Black ballplayers during a monumental, eight-decade career on and off the field, joined Gil Hodges, Minnie Minoso and three others in being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.
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MLB's winter mtgs in Orlando are a lockout casualty, but not the HoF's Sun., 12/5 "Early Baseball" (pre-1950) & "Golden Days" (1950-69) Era committees' voting/tally there, per a Hall spokesman Thu. EB ballot: Bill Dahlen/John Donaldson/Bud Fowler/Vic Harris/Grant "Home Run" Johnson/Lefty O'Doul/Buck O'Neil/Dick "Cannonball" Redding/Allie Reynolds/Geo. Scales. GD ballot: Dick Allen/Ken Boyer/Gil Hodges/Jim Kaat/Roger Maris/Minnie Miñoso/Danny Murtaugh/Tony Oliva/Billy Pierce/Maury Wills.
Chris Taylor, who earned his first All-Star nod in 2021 while playing six positions for the Dodgers, agreed to a four-year, $60 million deal to return to the team, sources said.
Right-handed reliever Daniel Hudson and the Dodgers have reached an agreement on a one-year deal, the team announced Tuesday
Free-agent shortstop Corey Seager and the Rangers have agreed to a 10-year, $325 million contract, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer and the Mets have agreed to a three-year, $130 million contract, sources familiar with the situation told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
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The Texas Rangers added some depth this week, acquiring outfielder Billy McKinney, along with Zach Reks, from the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash in a deal announced Monday.
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Gabe Kapler was named National League Manager of the Year on Tuesday after guiding the San Francisco Giants to an improbable 107-win season.
Los Angeles Dodgers lefty Andrew Heaney is confident he will improve in 2022 based on numbers other than his combined 8-9 record and 5.83 ERA last season.
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Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said the team did not extend Clayton Kershaw a qualifying offer to avoid putting the three-time Cy Young Award winner on a clock.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed on a one-year, $8.5 million contract with free-agent left-hander Andrew Heaney, a source told ESPN's Jeff Passan, confirming a report by The Athletic.
Two-way Angels sensation Shohei Ohtani is a finalist for AL MVP along with Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Marcus Semien. Ex-Cardinals skipper Mike Shildt was nominated for NL Manager of the Year less than a month after he was fired.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have extended qualifying offers to Corey Seager and Chris Taylor, but not Clayton Kershaw.
Trevor Bauer, Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackmon were among players to decline to opt out of their contracts, while Michael Conforto and Noah Syndergaard received qualifying offers from the Mets.
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The "Early Baseball Era" ballot (careers primarily pre-1950) announced Fri. by the HoF - committee voting Dec. 5 in Orlando/results announcement that night - includes 7 Negro Leagues/pre-Negro Leagues legends & 3 MLB stars: Bill Dahlen (MLB), John Donaldson, Bud Fowler, Vic Harris, Grant "Home Run" Johnson, Lefty O'Doul (MLB), Buck O'Neil, Dick "Cannonball" Redding, Allie Reynolds (MLB) and George Scales. All 10 are deceased.