Sounds like the Adam Kennedy signing is all but officially confirmed at this point. Make sure and check out our roster projection and a great Broxton send-off written by Eric Stephen over at True Blue LA:
Dodgers Closing In on Kennedy Deal - @Ken_Rosenthal
"Source: #Dodgers "closing in" on major-league deal for Adam Kennedy. Left-handed hitter who can play second and third base. #MLB"
Dodgers are expected to sign Adam Kennedy - latimes.com
"If the Dodgers sign Kennedy, he would join a modest free-agent haul that includes outfielder Juan Rivera (one year, $4.5 million), second baseman Mark Ellis (two years, $8.75 million) and catcher Matt Treanor (one year, $1 million). The Dodgers' payroll, which was around $110 million this year, is expected to be lower next season."
Larry King aligns with Dennis Gilbert in Dodgers bidding - Steve Dilbeck
"King has agreed to participate as a minority investor in Dennis Gilbert's bid to buy the Dodgers, a person familiar with the bidding process confirmed Tuesday."
Dodgers, Adam Kennedy Nearing Deal - MLB Daily Dish
A deal makes sense for both sides; Kennedy is from the Southern California area and the Dodgers are looking for a utility infielder. Kennedy can play multiple infield positions; but as one should expect, the 35-year-old's best defensive days are behind him.
2012 Roster Projection: Los Angeles Dodgers - MLB Daily Dish
We've put together a projection of the Los Angeles Dodgers' 25-man roster for the 2012 season, including a full batting order, bench, starting rotation and bullpen, as well as thoughts from the writers.
Henry Aaron in Dodgers bidding? He says no - latimes.com
"The most intriguing rumor early this week involved Henry Aaron. No offense to Steve Garvey, Orel Hershiser or Joe Torre, but it would be difficult for any prospective buyer to include a more distinguished baseball figure in a bid group."
Jonathan Broxton Moves On To Kansas City - True Blue LA
"It's a shame that Broxton will be most remembered as a Dodger for giving up game-winning hits to the Philadelphia Phillies in back-to-back Games 4 in the NLCS in 2008 and 2009, but those are the breaks for closers. Broxton is one of the best relief pitchers the Dodgers have ever had."