December 2012 - Los Angeles Dodgers Wiretap

Source: Dodgers Plan To Sign Two Starters
The Dodgers spoke with representatives for Zack Greinke on Wednesday, according to a source, but it remains to be seen where those talks stand.

Ken Rosenthal/FOX Sports (via Twitter)

Dodgers' Pursuit Of Greinke Moving Slowly
The Dodgers are interested in Zack Greinke and are the presumed favorite to sign the pitcher, but they have yet to officially extend an offer to the free agent.

Bill Plunkett/Orange County Register

Rangers, Dodgers Battling For Greinke
The bidding is said by major-league officials to be "quite high" now, with two people pegging the dollar amount at about $160 million.

Jon Heyman/CBS Sports

Dodgers Getting Lots Of Call About Dee Gordon
Los Angeles may not be looking to deal him, but many teams are interested.

Scott Miller/CBS Sports

Mattingly: Dodgers Haven't Shopped Ethier
Don Mattingly said he called Andre Ethier to assure him that he was not being discussed in trades.

Bill Shaikin/Los Angeles Times (via Twitter)

Greinke Going Through Process, No Real Favorites
Zack Greinke is going through the free agent process with different teams, according to Buster Olney of ESPN.

RealGM Staff Report

Greinke Likely To Get $150M Contract
Zack Greinke remains one of the most coveted free agents on the market as the winter meetings heat things up this week.

Alden Gonzalez/

Dodgers Making Dee Gordon Available
The young shortstop could be a nice fallback option for teams that miss out on Stephen Drew.

Bob Nightengale/USA Today (via Twitter)

Dodgers Unlikely To Pursue Brian Wilson
The Dodgers haven't publicly commented on Brian Wilson, but a source familiar with their thinking said he isn't in the plans.

Dylan Hernandez/Los Angeles Times