Four trades, three free agent signings and one contract extension highlighted the third day of the Winter Meetings on Wednesday. Here's a recap of the action.
Jerry Hairston Jr. is retiring after 16 seasons and nine teams. He'll join the Dodgers' television broadcast team.
This is the 17th year of interleague play, but this is the first time the Dodgers will play the Yankees in New York. What took so long?
Who has got a better chance of climbing back into the race in Los Angeles? The improving Angels? The ailing Dodgers? Or none of the above? Two months in, neither team is where it wants (or needs) to be.
How bad are the Astros? They are so bad the rest of the AL West is licking its chops. So bad the Oakland A's are in first place because of them. So bad I couldn't even write a full column about them. So keep reading beyond the first item and we'll get to Mother Nature, Terry Francona's seniority in Cleveland, Felix Hernandez and, yes, more Dodgers-Padres brawl fallout.
Padres backup catcher John Baker wants it known after the Dodgers insinuated he mocked Zack Greinke: "I assisted Zack Greinke just as much as any of the Dodgers." ...
There absolutely is history between Carlos Quentin and Zack Greinke, four years' worth of simmering rage on Quentin's part and who-knows-what going on inside of Greinke's head. And when it spilled over Thursday night in an ugly Dodgers-Padres game, it changed the NL West early.
MLB has suspended Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin for eight games for his role in Thursday's brawl with the Dodgers.
The Dodgers and Padres cleared benches to brawl Thursday night. Here's the video and some of the fallout.
Seven weeks of spring training, a couple of weeks after the Hanley Ramirez injury -- and the Dodgers still pull a surprise at shortstop. The job goes to Justin Sellers.

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