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Narozen: 19. 3. 1988 (Dallas, TX) Pálka: L Hody: L Výka: 6-3 (191 cm) Váha: 228 lbs. (103 kg) College: ádná Draft: 2006 - 1st round (7th pick) by the Los Angeles Dodgers
(DNES 21. 2. 2018, 00:56:01, Official Los Angeles Dodgers)
Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi would not say whether the Dodgers were having contract negotiations with Clayton Kershaw, who can opt out of his contract at the end of this season. But Zaidi, speaking at the annual Spring Training media day, acknowledged the team and pitcher have "open dialogue. He's our franchise player." (více...)
Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi said he has kept an "open dialogue"
(VČERA 20. 2. 2018, 23:14:24, rotoworld.com)
Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi said he has kept an "open dialogue" with Clayton Kershaw about his contract status. Kershaw has an opt-out after the 2018 season and figures to exercise it if everything goes well this summer. [...] (více...)
The Cubs current rotation looks a lot like it did in 2016
(16. 2. 2018, 19:00:02, Beyond the Boxscore)
The 2018 Cubs have a revamped, albeit not necessarily better, rotation than their World Series championship team.
Every World Series champion has their fair share of luck. The 2017 Astros found themselves at the brink against the Yankees, but won the toss-up ALCS Game Seven last October. The 2016 Cubs were no different, looking as close to defeat as one can get, before a rainstorm gave the team time to regroup and snatch victory in their own winner-take-all Game Seven.
Going into 2016, on paper, the Cubs had a solid, although not stellar rotation. With no true ânumber oneâ akin to a Clayton Kershaw, Madison Bumgarner, or Max Scherzer, the Cubs were a step behind their National League competitors from at least one perspective. Having four of their five starting pitchers on the âwrong side of thirtyâ, including a 37-year-old John Lackey, didnât help much either. (více...)
Yu Darvish to Dave Roberts After Picking Cubs: My Main Goal Is to Beat Dodgers
(14. 2. 2018, 02:28:01, Bleacher Report)
Yu Darvish isn't going to get sentimental when it comes to facing off with his former team.
Upon informing Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts of his intention to sign with the Chicago Cubs, Darvish said to Roberts, "My main goal is to beat the Dodgers," per Josh Frydman of WGN News.
On Tuesday, the four-time All-Star agreed to termsÂ on a six-year deal with the Cubs worth a reported $126 million, per Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal.
"I wish he had gone somewhere in the American League," former teammate Clayton Kershaw said of Darvish's decision, per theÂ Los Angeles Times'Â Andy McCullough. "I guess we'll just have to beat him now. (více...)
Dave Roberts tabs Clayton Kershaw to start Opening Day for Dodgers