The Dodgers are aiming high in free agency and the trade market despite a desire to reduce payroll. What moves do they have cooking? Plus more news.
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 went as far as they could on $314 million, but not everyone can be a winner. Let's take a look back and a look forward to see where they've stood, and where they might stand going forward.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said Chase Utley will play, and the Dodgers aren't ready to give up.
Here are the rosters for the NL wild card game. No other players can appear in the game, but the roster can change for the winning team before next round.
The Padres and Reds shocked many teams around the league by largely standing pat, leading to a trade deadline that ended with a whimper instead of a bang. Plus more news around the league.
The Pirates acquired Mike Morse from the Dodgers and J.A. Happ from the Mariners in separate trades prior to the deadline Friday.
The Dodgers, Braves and Marlins are set to complete a massive three-team, 13-player trade on Thursday. Mat Latos, Alex Wood, Hector Olivera, Bronson Arroyo and Mike Morse are the big names.
With David Price heading to Toronto, Justin Upton highlights an intriguing group of impending free agents who could be leaving San Diego.
Earlier on Wednesday, sources confirmed to our own Jon Heyman that Latos and Morse were headed to LA, along with a draft pick, for prospects. But the deal has hit a snag, so Morse and Latos remain with the Marlins for now, new reports say.

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