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    Dodgers, Rays Complete Arms Swap

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    MLB Hot Stove Rumblings: Swisher on the Move?

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    MLB Hot Stove Burning Up

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

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  • 01.

    Dodgers, Rays Complete Arms Swap

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

    Full Story
  • 02.

    MLB Hot Stove Rumblings: Swisher on the Move?

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

    Full Story
  • 03.

    MLB Hot Stove Burning Up

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Dodgers, Rays Complete Arms Swap

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

    Full Story
  • 02.

    MLB Hot Stove Rumblings: Swisher on the Move?

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

    Full Story
  • 03.

    MLB Hot Stove Burning Up

    Melissa Lockard / Editor, ScoutMLBNetwork

    Full Story
Clayton Kershaw is the NL MVP.

Double-Dip: Kershaw Takes Home MVP, As Well

Clayton Kershaw wasn't just the best pitcher in the National League this season, he was the best player. The Los Angeles Dodgers' left-hander took home the NL MVP award one day after winning the NL Cy Young.

Clayton Kershaw Surpasses His Own Standards

Clayton Kershaw Surpasses His Own Standards

Clayton Kershaw has won the Cy Young three of the last four years. But this year, we bet he can add the MVP trophy to his list. Here's why.

Clayton Kershaw and Corey Kluber

Kershaw, Kluber Take Home Cy Youngs

There was little drama surrounding the announcement of the NL Cy Young, as prohibitive favorite Clayton Kershaw took home his third trophy in four years. There was no clear favorite in the American League race, however, and it was emerging star Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians who earned his first Cy Young, edging out Felix Hernandez.

Francisco Liriano

No Takers on Qualifying Offers

Twelve players received one-year qualifying offers from their teams last week, and all 12 players rejected those offers (or signed elsewhere) on Monday.

Farhan Zaidi is the Dodgers new GM.

A's Lose Zaidi to Dodgers; Nunez Shining

The Los Angeles Dodgers officially announced the hiring of Farhan Zaidi as their new General Manager on Thursday. He will work under team president Andrew Friedman and alongside new Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations Josh Byrnes. In other news in the Oakland A's system, third base prospect Renato Nunez continues to shine in Venezuela.

Michael Cuddyer is likely to stay in Colorado.

Will Free Agents Bite on Qualfying Offers?

Monday was the deadline for Major League franchises to extend one-year qualifying offers to their impending free agents. Several players received offers. Which free agents will take the offers? We take a look.

Farhan Zaidi

Report: Dodgers Talk To A's Exec Farhan Zaidi

With new team president Andrew Friedman at the helm, the Los Angeles Dodgers are remaking their front office this off-season. FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal reported on Monday that the Dodgers could be looking at the Oakland A's front office for their next hire.

Matt Adams and Santiago Casilla celebrate.

MLB Playoff Recap: Cards, Giants Advance

For the third time in five years, the National League Championship Series will feature the San Francisco Giants and the St. Louis Cardinals. Both teams moved on after one-run, Game Four victories. The National League's best two regular seasons teams - the Washington Nationals and the Los Angeles Dodgers - are heading home after disappointing post-season runs.

Cardinals blast past Dodgers

Cardinals blast past Dodgers

Matt Carpenter homered for the third consecutive game -- the first Cardinal ever to do so in a single postseason series.

Bryce Harper starred with the bat and the glove.

MLB Playoff Recap: Nationals Survive

Facing long odds, the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants and ace Madison Bumgarner on the road to force a Game Four in the NLDS. In the other National League Division Series, the St. Louis Cardinals got a lot of pitching and just enough power from their offense to push the Los Angeles Dodgers to the brink of elimination.

Brandon Belt hit the game-winner in the 18th.

MLB Playoff Recap: Giants Win Marathon

There were only two games on the schedule on Saturday, but when the dust settled, 27 innings were in the books, leaving one team on the verge of elimination, two teams in a dead-heat and a third team sitting as pretty heading into Game Three of its division series.

Clayton Kershaw was battered by St. Louis.

MLB Playoff Recap: Aces Down

Several aces were on the mound on Friday, but none pitched up to their reputations on a day that featured a full slate of playoff baseball. Clayton Kershaw, Adam Wainwright, Justin Verlander and Stephen Strasburg all had disappointing outings. We rundown the day’s action.