The Dodgers reportedly reached agreement on Friday with five players eligible for salary arbitration: All-Star pitcher Alex Wood, outfielder Joc Pederson, left-handed reliever Tony Cingrani, right-handed reliever Josh Fields and outfielders Joc Pederson and Enrique Hernandez. On Thursday, catcher Yasmani Grandal and reliever Pedro Baez settled.
Jason Wood, the president of baseball for agency Career Sports Entertainment (CSE), was fired by the company on Wednesday evening amid allegations he filmed a player in the shower at his St. Louis home. Wood, who represents a number of MLB stars and prospects including Andrew Benintendi of the Boston
Jason Wood has been fired by the CSE agency and suspended by the MLB Players Association.
The Angels agreed to terms on a 2018 contract with right-handed reliever Blake Wood and tendered contracts to all 10 of their other arbitration-eligible players ahead of Friday’s 5 p.m. PT deadline.
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Wouldn’t it be sweet for Alex Wood to come full circle, to open 2017 in the Dodgers’ bullpen because he wasn’t deemed good enough to start, then close 2017 as a World Series hero by bailing out a beleaguered relief corps because right now he’s better than the rest?
It’s cliché and overused and lean on the “nobody believed in us” trope when it comes to sports. And yet, after Game 4 of the World Series it’s completely apropos to use that phrase. No one expected Charlie Morton, a pitcher with a career 4.54 ERA prior to 2017, or Alex Wood, who had thrown […]
Having already risen from rotation afterthought to All-Star this year, Alex Wood now looks to seize the opportunity to potentially push the Dodgers closer to their first World Series championship since 1988.
Alex Wood watched from the dugout as the Dodgers tore through the first two weeks of the postseason. Finally — after three weeks of simulated games and bullpen sessions — it was his turn to join the fray.
Three hours before lefty Alex Wood improved to 16-3 with six solid innings in the Dodgers’ 9-2 victory over the Padres Tuesday night, manager Dave Roberts was noncommittal as to whether Wood will be a starter in the postseason.
The Dodgers locked down the National League West title on Friday, but as they begin a three-game series against the Padres at Dodger Stadium, they still have plenty to play for. Right-hander Yu Darvish will start Monday’s series opener. San Diego will send left-hander Travis Wood to the mound.