LA’s Baseball Offseason Moves

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Los Angeles Dodgers Introduce Hyun-Jin Ryu
Dodgers will pay Hyun-jin Ryu $36 million throughout 6 years. Dodgers will also have to pay a posting fee of $25.7 million to his former team from Korea.
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Dodgers introduce Zack Greinke
Zack Greinke signed a record-breaking deal for a pitcher. He signged for 6-year, $147 million deal.
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Ryan Madson
Ryan Madson could be the closer for the Angels if he stays healthy. Angels will pay him a 1-year contract; $500,000 for every 45 games he stays on the roster.
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Los Angeles Dodgers v Colorado Rockies
Angels signe his on a 2-Year, $15 million deal.
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Detroit Tigers v Texas Rangers
Josh Hamilton agrees to sign with Angels for 5 years/$125 million.
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Atlanta Braves v Pittsburgh Pirates
Angels traded for Tommy Hanson from the Atlanta Braves for pitcher Jordan Walden.
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