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Monday, November 15, 2010

Dodgers Re-Sign Kuroda, Complete Dotel Trade

The Dodgers have re-signed free agent starter Hiroki Kuroda, according to a tweet by Dylan Hernandez of the Times. Dollars and duration still unknown.

Update: The Times says the deal is rumored to be worth $12M for one year.

Update 2: $4M of the deal is deferred, with $4M to be paid out as a signing bonus in 2012 and 2013.

The Dodgers also completed the Octavio Dotel trade by selecting OF Anthony Jackson, a 26-year-old who has never played above AA. He spent the last two years in AA Tulsa, amassing a .236/.327/.310 line. So the Dodgers effectively turned Andrew Lambo and James McDonald into about a month and a half rental of Dotel, cash, and Jackson. Nice going, Ned.

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