In all likelihood, the Padres aren't done making moves just yet. Here's how the lineup currently stands after the three trades that went down Thursday night in order to illustrate the point.
The busiest Winter Meetings in recent memory are complete. Here's a recap of the final day from San Diego.
Matt Kemp and about $25 million go to the Padres, who could needed the big hitter. (The cash doesn't hurt, either.)
Here are some things we like and dislike about the Dodgers heading into the 2014 season.
The Dodgers were the best team in baseball by a healthy margin after June 21 last season. Can they keep it going? It's time to preview them.
After Ian Kennedy hit Yasiel Puig in the face and then threw at Zack Greinke's head, the Dodgers are understandably angry. And they wanna see him again.
The struggling Matt Kemp will get at least 15 days to let his injured hamstring heal.
Good news for a team that could use some, as Mark Ellis has returned to the Dodgers' active roster after missing the last three weeks.
In the three weeks that John Lackey has missed with a biceps injury, the Boston Red Sox have gone 12-5 and have shown signs of being a serious contender to win the American League East. But while Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz have been brilliant, the rest of the rotation hasn't. 3 to Watch says Lackey's return on Sunday could make a difference.
The Dodgers have placed left-hander Chris Capuano on the DL with a left calf strain.

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