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MLB Week-in-Review: Dodgers hire Dave Roberts, Blue Jays sign J.A. Happ

Los Angeles hires its manager and the Blue Jays add a starter.

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Los Angeles hires a manager and the Blue Jays sign a starter. A look back at Thanksgiving week action.

MLB Top Headlines:

Dodgers hire Dave Roberts

Roberts was selected over Gabe Kapler, who was thought to be the favorite for the job once Don Mattingly and the Dodgers parted ways.

Braves interested in Matt Duffy, Joe Panik

Both Panik and Duffy have drawn interest from multiple clubs and could be included in a Shelby Miller deal.

Dodgers, Nationals hire managers the right way

Our Mike Bates believes both the Nationals and Dodgers chose wisely from a pool of candidates.

Robinson Cano is not happy in Seattle

The second baseman might have a desire to return to the Yankees.

Dodgers interested in Aroldis Chapman

Chapman is expected to be moved before the Winter Meetings.

Nationals still looking to trade Papelbon, Storen

Washington is hoping to move several pieces of its bullpen in the coming weeks.

Mariners sign Chris Iannetta

The catcher heads to Seattle on a one-year deal that includes an option for 2017.

Giants interested in John Lackey

Lackey could become a target of the Giants this off-season as they attempt to upgrade the rotation.

White Sox acquire Tommy Kahnle

Colorado designated Kahlne for assignment last week.

Mariners interested in Marcell Ozuna

Ozuna could be moved by the Marlins after struggling throughout the first half of 2015.

Athletics acquire Jed Lowrie

Lowrie heads back to Oakland after spending time in Houston.

White Sox sign Alex Avila

The former Tiger heads to a division rival on one-year contract.

Angels sign Geovany Soto

Los Angeles was seeking a catcher to replace Chris Iannetta.

Braves sign Bud Norris

Norris is a bounce back candidate and heads to Atlanta on a one-year deal.

Yankees open to moving Ivan Nova

Nova could be moved by New York a season before he becomes a free agent.

Blue Jays sign J.A. Happ

Happ heads to Toronto on a three-year, $36 million deal.