The Dodgers have been somewhat quiet this offseason, and the Diamondbacks and Giants have been fairly noisy. That said, the reigning NL West champs will be a threat in 2016.
With the free agent market nearly picked clean, the Rays, Padres, Dodgers, and Angels stand out as clubs with spare starting pitchers they could make available in trades.
After some reported questions during his physical, the Dodgers have, in fact, made the signing of pitcher Kenta Maeda official.
Now that the Dodgers have signed both Scott Kazmir and Kenta Maeda, they have tons of rotation options, especially for late in the season.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to sign Japanese starting pitcher Kenta Maeda.
There are more big-name free agents available heading into the new year than usual, though there's no reason to worry those players won't find big deals with needy teams. Plus news and notes from around MLB.
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On lefty immortal Sandy Koufax's birthday, the Dodgers signed Scott Kazmir to put together an all-lefty rotation. Dodgers players joked about it. Come look!
The Dodgers have bolstered their rotation by signing left-hander Scott Kazmir to a three-year contract. Here are six things to know about the deal.
The Dodgers have signed left-hander Scott Kazmir to a three-year contract. He gets $48 million plus an opt-out after the first year.

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