An unknown MLB team has won negotiating rights to Korean slugger Byung Ho Park with a $12.85 million bid.
The Dodgers once again fell short of expectations. Will it cost Don Mattingly his job? Should it? That plus news from around Major League Baseball on job openings, free agency and more.
The Dodgers clinched their third straight NL West title thanks to Clayton Kershaw's one-hitter on Tuesday. They're going back to the postseason.
The David Price blockbuster trade was built basically in a day, but the deadline double really began way back in the winter when Alex Anthopoulos first called Colorado to propose a swap of big-name shortstops.
Yasiel Puig, with growing concern about possibly being dealt, inquired of team higher-ups what their intention was.
A new Q&A comes to Eye on Baseball. The first installment is with the Pirates newcomer from Korea, and he addresses how he's adapting to life in North America, and what makes him a little homesick.
As many as 20 or more teams could potentially be buyers on the trade market, which could make for some spirited battles over key trade chips like Cole Hamels and Ben Zobrist.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers looks for trade advice and doles out some of his own.
The Mets and Twins are among early buyers, the Mariners may be set after acquiring Mark Trumbo and much more can be found in Jon Heyman's weekly look inside and around the league.
Let's look at which position players and pitchers in the NL West figure to be tops in 2015. Not a slideshow!

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