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If not Jansen, then who for Dodgers?

OXON HILL, Md. - A year ago, as the Los Angeles Dodgers pondered the free agency of a vital member of their pitching staff, the organization opted for restraint over aggression. The club declined to match Arizona's offer for Zack Greinke, absorbed the public relations blowback and pieced together a rotation at less exorbitant prices. Its behavior last winter could prove instructive now, as closer Kenley Jansen enters the final stages of his own free-agent negotiations.

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Pitcher Volquez signs with the Marlins

Right-hander Edinson Volquez has finalized a $22 million, two-year contract with the Miami Marlins after passing his physical. A news conference was scheduled for Thursday afternoon at Marlins Park to discuss the agreement reached earlier this week.
Pedro Portal The Miami Herald
Pitcher Volquez signs with the Marlins 1:27

Pitcher Volquez signs with the Marlins

Cubs beat the Indians to win the 2016 World Series, fans celebrate in the street 0:39

Cubs beat the Indians to win the 2016 World Series, fans celebrate in the street

Marlins look back at the season and ahead to 2017 6:20

Marlins look back at the season and ahead to 2017

Don Mattingly Talks About Season-Ending Loss 2:08

Don Mattingly Talks About Season-Ending Loss

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