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relievers. Free-agent left-handers such as Boone Logan and J . P . Howell are drawing salaries of $5.5 million or more in their new multi-year deals ..... pitching; B) view Logan's stuff as more dominant than, say, J . P . Howell 's and C) believe that Logan, 29, still has upside. For
Rosenthal: There goes the market for high-priced closers
relievers. Free-agent left-handers such as Boone Logan and J . P . Howell are drawing salaries of $5.5 million or more in their new multi-year deals. Big ..... pitching; B) view Logan's stuff as more dominant than, say, J . P . Howell 's and C) believe that Logan, 29, still has upside. For
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comfortable with potential Roberts/ Kelly Johnson combination at 2B/3B. — Ken Rosenthal Source confirms Dodgers’ deal with JP Howell is $11.25 million over 2 years, plus $6.25 million vesting option. Deal not yet complete. —Ken Rosenthal Jesse
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DODGERS Additions: Pitchers Dan Haren and Seth Rosin and infielder Alex Guerrero. Subtractions: Pitchers Ricky Nolasco, J . P . Howell , Ronald Belisario, Chris Capuano, Edinson Volquez and Carlos Marmol and infielders Juan Uribe, Mark Ellis, Nick Punto
Reliever JP Howell , Dodgers finalize $2.85M deal
Left-hander J . P . Howell and the Los Angeles Dodgers have finalized a $2.85 million, one-year contract. The 29-year-old reliever was 1-0 with
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Volquez , along with bearded reliever Brian Wilson , who revived his career while bolstering the Dodgers' bullpen. Relievers J . P . Howell and Carlos Marmol could leave, too, as well as infielder Juan Uribe , considered a clubhouse favorite by his teammates
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but got nothing when Mark Ellis couldn't come up with a grounder cleanly enough to even throw home for a possible force. J . P . Howell added to the misery with a wild pitch, bringing home the Cardinals' final run. Andre Ethier, who struck out twice against