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Biggest Winners and Losers from Dodgers Offseason

There's less than three months remaining until Opening Day, and the Los Angeles Dodgers look decidedly different than they did at the beginning of the offseason.

For starters, the front office was stripped down and replaced with a new regime headed by president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman and general manager Farhan Zaidi.

Brian Wilson Released by Dodgers: Latest Details and Reaction

Having already designated reliever Brian Wilson for assignment, the Los Angeles Dodgers decided to release the 32-year-old.

The Dodgers announced the move:

Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times initially broke news of the move:

Brian Wilson Injury: Updates on Dodgers Pitcher's Elbow and Return

Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Brian Wilson was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a nerve irritation in his right (pitching) elbow, the team announced following Tuesday's 3-2 win over the San Diego Padres.

Ranking the 6 Biggest Steals of the MLB Offseason so Far

Undervalued assets, in dollars or production, are the key to fielding a successful team.

Is Brian Wilson the Right Man for the Detroit Tigers' Closer Job?

The Detroit Tigers were linked to seemingly every "proven closer" under the sun last winter. In the end, general manager Dave Dombrowski moved to acquire none of them.

The closer search is on again this winter. This time, however, it sounds like Dombrowski sees a guy he actually likes: Brian Wilson.

MLB's End-of-Postseason Stock Watch for Upcoming Free Agents

Of the free agents who will be able to negotiate and sign with new teams beginning on Tuesday, November 5, several of them had an extended opportunity to increase (or decrease) their value in the postseason. 

While only a handful of innings pitched or a small sample size of at-bats normally wouldn't move the needle very much on a veteran player's perceived value, a player's ability to produce in the playoffs certainly can. 

Here are 10 players whose asking price has likely risen or fallen since the end of the regular season.


2013 MLB Postseason Stock Watch for Upcoming Free Agents, Week 1

How a player performs when the games matter most could have an affect on his overall value, which is of greater importance to those who are eligible for free agency at season's end. 

While a majority of these players will not stand out in a good or bad way, there are a handful of them who will. As a result, the price tag could rise or fall, at least slightly. A pair of 2012 postseason stars, Marco Scutaro and Anibal Sanchez, each cashed in after boosting their value greatly with strong playoff performances. 

Dodgers' Brian Wilson and His Big, Bad, Black Beard Return to MLB Postseason

Amid a bevy of young stars and Cinderella hopefuls, a familiar beard emerges in the MLB postseason. 

You either love him or hate him, but you certainly can't take your eyes off Brian Wilson or his beard that continues to build as big a legacy as the man hidden beneath it. 

MLB Contenders That Could Use Brian Wilson for the Stretch Run

As the season gets closer to the postseason stretch run, the return of Brian Wilson is going to pique the interest of many MLB contenders.

San Francisco Giants: Breaking Down Re-Signing of Ramon Ramirez

The San Francisco Giants' offseason tour down memory lane continued on Tuesday when the team reportedly re-acquired free agent reliever Ramon Ramirez on a minor league contract (h/t Andrew Baggarly).


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