The Dodgers acquired second baseman Howie Kendrick from the Los Angeles Angels and were working to obtain shortstop Jimmy Rollins from the Philadelphia Phillies in a remake of their middle infield.
The San Diego Padres, desperate for a power bat to punch up the worst offense in the majors, have a deal in place to acquire outfielder Matt Kemp and catcher Tim Federowicz from the division rival Los Angeles Dodgers for catcher Yasmani Grandal and two pitchers, two people familiar with the trade said Thursday.
"Everyone always wonders why they're not playing in Montreal," Boras said Wednesday at the winter meetings.
Unlike last season at about this time, the San Diego Chargers are in control of their destiny heading into Sunday's game against Denver.
Gary Andersen is leaving Wisconsin to take head coaching job at Oregon State.
Unexpectedly cheerful and far more chatty than the norm, Colin Kaepernick insisted he takes every part of his job seriously and is working at giving more thoughtful public responses even after poor performances.
Jeff Samardzija has played for Notre Dame and the Cubs and now will get to pitch for the White Sox. "Being a Chicago guy, that's one of the craziest things I've thought about," he said Tuesday after Oakland dealt him to Chicago's South Side.
The Rays have reached a deal with St. Petersburg that would allow the team to search for new stadium sites on both sides of Tampa Bay.
Sheriff's officials say 31 people were arrested and more than 90 ejected during Sunday's game between the San Francisco 49ers and crosstown rival Raiders in Oakland.
Former U.S. goalkeeper Brad Friedel is joining Fox as a soccer analyst.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton suffered fractures to his lower back in a two-car crash Tuesday and will spend the night in the hospital, a team spokesman said Tuesday.
Jim Harbaugh isn't budging, even if his new broken tooth offers a symbolic glimpse into the story of his disappointing year.
The doors to baseball's Hall of Fame remained shut to this year's Golden Era committee candidates. Nine players and one executive whose primary contributions were from 1947-72 all failed to receive the 75 percent of the vote needed for election.
Hometown Sports wrapped up its 28th season with a special taping of the show at Maya Cinemas Wednesday, Dec. 3. The event featured salutes to sponsors, more than 300 football players and lots of awards.
Now the Big 12 Conference has a real debate to settle after both of its co-champions were left out of the four-team playoff.