Dodgers closing job is Jonathan Broxton's -- for now. But what's Plan B?
With the Dodgers' official exit secure, it's time to reflect on why it happened.
Umpires in Tuesday's Dodgers-Giants game erred in forcing Jonathan Broxton from the game, a major league official told ESPN's Tim Kurkjian.
There still was no official word from the Dodgers late Monday night as to what they plan to do with injured right fielder Andre Ethier.
Even when he's not at his best, Clayton Kershaw is still better than most.
It's not official, but Hong-Chih Kuo seems to have taken over the eighth-inning setup role for the Dodgers.
Dodgers shortstop Rafael Furcal received an injection of platelet-rich plasma to aid in the healing on his injured hamstring.
Dodgers concerns come true on Opening Day.
Manny Ramirez and the Los Angeles Dodgers are back together. They made it official Wednesday, announcing the $45 million, two-year contract that keeps the slugger with the NL West champions.
The brouhaha over details in Joe Torre's forthcoming book reportedly has left the Yankees thinking about protecting themselves against future disparaging tell-all accounts.
The Dodgers announced Tuesday that they have reacquired Greg Maddux and cash considerations from San Diego. The Padres will receive two minor league players to be named or cash considerations.
Uh-oh. According to Mlive.com's Danny Knobler, the Tigers may soon find a taker for Brandon Inge: The Los Angeles Dodgers have contacted the Tigers about Inge, and while talks do not seem to have progressed far, a baseball official familiar wit...
MLB officials went to China to announce the Dodgers-Padres series.
Exclusive! A-Rod updates his Web site mailbag just in time for the free-agent season.
Joe Girardi might have an opportunity to manage in the majors in 2008 -- even if he doesn't get the Yankees' job.
Spring training roundup