Mon, 17 Jun 2013 09:55:26 -0700
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Clayton Kershaw said Sunday, June 16, that he was upset that reports of his contract talks leaked to the media. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported that both sides were "making progress" on a seven-year extension that may be worth more than $180 million. Kershaw blamed the Dodgers for the leak and said they had an agreement that they weren't going to talk about negotiations while they were in progress. General manager Ned Colletti said "I don't know" when asked if the leak could hurt negotiations and decliend to comment on the report.
Fantasy Tip: Both sides should come together eventually. Maybe the Dodgers should include run support to sweeten the deal.
Thu, 23 May 2013 16:00:35 -0700
Los Angeles Dodgers upper management did not take offense to manager Don Mattingly's recent negative comments about the organization, and his job isn't in danger because of them. A meeting after the game Tuesday, May 21, between Mattingly and general manager Ned Colletti was said to have cleared the air.
Fri, 11 Jan 2013 21:06:38 -0800
The Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to have a rotation consisting of SPs Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke, Chad Billingsley (elbow), Hyun-Jin Ryu and Josh Beckett. As such, Ps Chris Capuano, Aaron Harang and Ted Lilly (shoulder) might be turned into long relievers if they aren't traded. With Billingsley coming off an elbow injury and Lilly back from shoulder surgery, manager Don Mattingly said he likes the team's depth. General manager Ned Colletti added that none of the pitchers have asked to be dealt.
Mon, 03 Dec 2012 23:31:42 -0800
The Los Angeles Dodgers are making efforts to reestablish their international presence but are becoming uncertain about their chances of signing their top targets from Asia. Talks with South Korean P Hyun-Jin Ryu are moving very slowly, according to general manager Ned Colletti. The Dodgers also think high school P Shohei Otani could remain in his native Japan instead of signing with a U.S. ballclub.
Tue, 13 Nov 2012 18:10:23 -0800
Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti reported little progress in his efforts to trade for a starting pitcher. "Nothing imminent," he said Monday, Nov. 12. "People may change their perspectives as free agents sign."
Thu, 08 Nov 2012 00:27:03 -0800
The Los Angeles Dodgers are "probably unlikely" to trade for a starting pitcher this winter and might have to address that need in the free-agent market, General Manager Ned Colletti said. Colletti's assessment was based on conversations he had with other teams at the general managers' meetings, which started Wednesday, Nov. 7. The Dodgers are looking for a No. 2 or 3 pitcher behind SP Clayton Kershaw.
Sat, 15 Sep 2012 08:28:45 -0700
The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a new deal with general manager Ned Colletti. Terms of the contracts were not disclosed.
Fri, 07 Sep 2012 06:29:30 -0700
The Los Angeles Dodgers have begun talks on a contract extension with general manager Ned Colletti.
Sun, 18 Dec 2011 00:30:07 -0800
Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti announced on Saturday, Dec. 17, a restructuring of his inner circle, with Vance Lovelace and Rick Ragazzo emerging with new titles and greater influence in Major League player evaluation. Lovelace, previously a special assistant to the GM and director of player scouting, is now director of professional personnel. Ragazzo, previously a special assistant to the GM, is now director of pro scouting. Alex Tamin, a lawyer hired after the season, has quickly assumed a significant role in player analysis and arbitration preparation as director of contracts, research and operations. Logan White remains assistant GM in charge for amateur (Draft) and international scouting and DeJon Watson remains assistant GM for player development (Minor Leagues). Tony Howell and Ken Bracey remain as special assistants to Colletti.
Tue, 13 Sep 2011 00:59:40 -0700
Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti says his team doesn't need a major overhaul this offseason, his assessment based on the team's improved play of late, according to a report on MLB.com. The team could erase as much as $50 million off its payroll for the 2012 campaign, but Colletti cited the improved play of 1B James Loney and OF Juan Rivera as an example of why a major makeover isn't needed.