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L.A. will have to cough up draft pick for Kuroda

With Hiroki Kuroda's decision to turn down the Yankees' qualifying offer, the Dodgers will now be forced to give up their first round draft selection if they're still interested in bringing the veteran pitcher back to Los Angeles.

Dodgers targeting Hiroki Kuroda to return to LA

The Dodgers are interested in re-signing Hiroki Kuroda after a year away from Los Angeles.

Eadington, Ynoa contribute to Mesa AFL win

Dodgers prospects Rafel Ynoa and Eric Eadington each played a role in the Mesa Solar Sox's 4-3 win on Wednesday.

Kershaw gets final look for NL Cy Young

Clayton Kershaw is the first Dodger since Fernando Valenzuela to be named a finalist for the Cy Young Award in consecutive seasons.

Mark McGwire hired as Dodgers hitting coach

Mark McGwire, a 12-time MLB All-Star, will become the Los Angeles Dodgers' hitting coach.

Dodgers name Mark McGwire hitting coach

The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that Mark McGwire will be their new hitting coach.

Dodgers' prospects don't fare so well on Tuesday

Andres Santiago gave up seven runs in a loss in Arizona Fall League play.

Dodgers minor leaguer suspended for drug violation

Dodgers right-handed pitcher Jose Dominguez has been suspended for 25 games due to violating terms of a Minor League drug program.

Dodgers hire Corrales as special assistant to GM

The Los Angeles Dodgers hired Pat Corrales as a special assistant to general manager Ned Colletti, the team announced Monday.

Dodgers prospects struggle in Mesa AFL loss

Dodgers prospects went a combined 1 for 9 as the Mesa Solar Sox fell to the Peoria Javelinas, 7-5.

Dodgers reportedly set to hire Mark McGwire

"Big Mac" will take his hitting knowledge to Los Angeles next season.

LA hires Bob Engle as VP of international scouting

The Dodgers added a key piece to their front office on Thursday, hiring Bob Engle as the vice presidednt of international scouting.

League stays in L.A., talks big about 2013 chances

Brandon League decided to stay with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team he was traded to this summer. A solid core should help make his team the favorites to win the National League West in 2013, he says.

Dodgers prospects solid in Mesa (AFL) tie

Rafael Ynoa and Chris Reed were each contributors in the Mesa Solar Sox's comeback that resulted in a tie-game final in Arizona Fall League action on Wednesday.

Dodgers shut out of 2012 Gold Glove Awards

The Gold Glove Awards were announced on Monday and neither Clayton Kershaw or Andre Ethier won.

Dodgers sign League for 3 years, $22.5 million

The closer will earn a reported $22.5 million over three seasons, plus a vesting option for $7.5 million for 2016.

Mesa beats Phoenix 7-5 with several Dodgers

The Mesa Solar Sox improved to 5-13 on the season with a 7-5 victory over Phoenix.

Billingsley encouraged after throwing off mound

Los Angeles Dodgers right hander Chad Billingsley pitched two pain-free innings on Monday, which might mean the 28-year-old can avoid reconstructive elbow surgery this offseason and be ready to pitch in 2013.

Billingsley encouraged after throwing off mound

Los Angeles Dodgers right hander Chad Billingsley pitched two pain-free innings on Monday, which might mean the 28-year-old can avoid reconstructive elbow surgery this offseason and be ready to pitch in 2013.

Dodgers Jansen feeling better after heart surgery

L.A. Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen feels energized after last week's heart surgery.

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Dodgers offseason moves, trades, and rumors

The Los Angeles Dodgers were quite busy during the regular season, adding nine new players to their roster starting in July. Now the club, in its first offseason under the new ownership group, will likely target pitching this winter.

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Kenley Jansen has surgery for irregular heartbeat

Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen had cardiac ablation surgery on Oct. 23 to repair an irregular heartbeat that has sidelined him in each of the last two seasons.

Dodgers decline options of Rivera, Treanor, Coffey

With Juan Rivera, Matt Treanor, and Todd Coffey now free agents, the Dodgers' 40-man roster now has 36 players.

Victorino, League, among seven Dodgers free agents

Seven Dodgers became free agents at 6 a.m. PT on Monday, the first day after the 2012 World Series ended.

Ethier, Kershaw, Gonzalez all Gold Glove finalists

Andre Ethier, Clayton Kershaw, and Adrian Gonzalez each won a Gold Glove Award in 2011 as well.

LA hires Guerrero as Latin American coordinator

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly hired Patrick Guerrero as Latin American coordinator after Guerrero was fired by the Seattle Mariners recently.

Jackie Robinson's daughter joins Dodgers board

Sharon Robinson will have an important role with the Dodgers in the coming years.

Dodgers look at Japanese reliever with 1.26 ERA

The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly interested in Kyuji Fujikawa. The right-handed reliever is a 12 year veteran of Japan's big leagues, posting a 1.26 ERA over his last eight seasons with the Hanshin Tigers.

Ned Colletti says Dodgers will target pitching

Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said on Friday that he would focus on adding pitching this offseason.

Carl Crawford plans for spring training return

Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford can't swing a bat or throw until January, but is planning a return by spring training after Tommy John surgery in August.

AFL: Another solid game for Gorman Erickson

Dodgers catching prospect Gorman Erickson continued to play well in the Arizona Fall League with a strong game on Friday.

Dodgers shine in Arizona Fall League loss

The Mesa Solar Sox fell 4-3 to the Scottsdale Scorpions on Wednesday despite strong days from two Los Angeles Dodgers prospects.