Puig Looks For Spot In Crowded Dodgers’ Outfield
The Dodgers already have three high-priced veterans in the outfield, leaving little room for flashy Cuban import Yasiel Puig.
Lee Continues Rise Through Dodgers System
Kevin Baxter picks end-of-season award winners for the Dodgers system, selecting the Best Player, Best Pitcher and a player to keep an eye on.
Dodgers’ Roberts Remains Stuck In Middle Relief
Despite victories, Dodgers are slow to promote righthander Jordan Roberts.
Dodgers’ Martin Harnessing Power Stuff
Correspondent Kevin Baxter files a midseason report for the Dodgers, highlighting a Best Player, a Biggest Leap Forward and a Biggest Disappointment for the first half.
Dodgers Go Back To Prep Route To Draft Seager
Given their track record under Logan White, it was no surprise that the Dodgers took a high school player, using their first-round pick to draft North Carolina's Corey Seager.
Silverio’s Uncertain Future
After a car accident in the Dominican Republic, Silverio is lucky to be alive and his future in baseball is uncertain.
Dodgers Give Minor Leagues A Sneak Peek
Don Mattingly, entering his second year as Dodgers manager, likes the team's tradition of holding a weeklong development program for top minor leaguers at Dodger Stadium each January.
Angels Pluck Servais From Division Rival
The Angels have been behind the Rangers the last two seasons so they went straight to the source for help in finishing ahead.
Lee Continues His Education
Even though he bypassed attending Louisiana State, Zach Lee is still getting an education.
Dodgers Find Themselves With A Full Roster
The accepted wisdom around most baseball front offices is you have to give up something to get something. Generally that means giving up prospects to get major league talent in return.
Angels Lose A Little In Rule 5 Draft
The Angels spent most of the final day of the Winter Meetings focusing on Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson. So you can't blame them for inactivity in the Rule 5 draft. Or you can look at it another way and say the Angels thought it better to give rather than receive.
Angels Final Report
Correspondent Kevin Baxter selects end-of-season awards for the Angels organization, naming a best player, best pitcher and a player to monitor in 2012.
Lemmerman Finds Footing In California League
Shortstop Jake Lemmerman hardly skips a beat after jumping from Rookie-ball to high Class A.
Trout Ready For Big League Challenges
The Angels feel confident Mike Trout will succeed in the big leagues, not only because of his talent but also his mature beyond his years approach.
It’s Been A Rough Summer For Angels
Injuries, absences make for tough year for Angels.
Dodgers Get Chris Reed At A Nice Price
Logan White may be a bit of a procrastinator, but give him this: He's never late.
Dodgers Midseason Report
Picking the best player, biggest leap forward and biggest disappointment in the Dodgers farm system over the first half of the season.
Budget-Conscious Dodgers Reach To Draft Reed
The Dodgers couldn't afford a first-round pick this year, so they didn't take one. They used their first selection at No. 16 on Stanford lefthander Chris Reed, a pitcher few projected to go that high.