The Dodgers’ inability to land elite starter Gerrit Cole is on the owners, starting with Mark Walter, the controlling partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management.
What's next for Dodgers and Angels after missing Gerrit Cole? L.A. teams turn attention to Rendon and beyond - CBSSports.com
by: Mike Axisa @mikeaxisa Dec 11, 2019 at 12:59 pm ET • 5 min read — CBS Sports 18h
Cole is heading to the Yankees and the Angels and Dodgers have to pivot elsewhere
by: Clint Evans — Dodgers Nation 22h
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says that the Dodgers could use infielder Gavin Lux as an outfielder in 2020 and beyond.
by: Nick Piecoro, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 11 Dec
The Diamondbacks continue to search for short-term center field help until their top prospects arrive.
by: Michael Wittman — Fansided: Lasorda's Lair 10 Dec
Andrew Friedman labeled the Dodgers' bullpen as the only true area of need. His statement carries some weight for this off-season. Dodgers' President of ...
by: Daniel Starkand — DodgerBlue 10 Dec
Andrew Friedman said at the Winter Meetings the Los Angeles Dodgers have focused on roughly 12 potential acquistions in free agency or via trade.
by: Anders Jorstad — SB Nation: Lookout Landing 10 Dec
It was a wild first day at the Winter Meetings!
by: Alden Gonzalez, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN 10 Dec
Aiming to win a World Series, L.A. needs only top-end roster solutions. Which high-end players will they pursue?
by: Ken Gurnick — MLB: Dodgers 10 Dec
The Dodgers didn’t get Stephen Strasburg, but they are believed to still be engaged in a battle with the Yankees and Angels to make Gerrit Cole rich beyond the imagination. Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman wouldn’t name names...
by: Nick Piecoro, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 10 Dec
Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen sounds willing to part with certain prospects if it means making his major league team better.