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MLB Week-in-Review: Dave Dombrowski joins Red Sox

Dave Dombrowski joins Boston's front office while Chase Utley gets traded to Los Angeles.

Dave Dombrowski joins Boston's front office while Chase Utley is moved to Los Angeles. Your Week-in-Review:

MLB Top Headlines:

Brewers' Dave Denson becomes first openly gay player

He became the first active player in affiliated baseball to do so.

Milwaukee front office preparing for "housecleaning"

It might not be just a new General Manager the Brewers are looking for.

Rangers acquire Will Venable

Texas adds another bat in a notable waiver-wire deal.

Red Sox hire Dave Dombrowski

Dombrowski was brought on to serve as the President of Baseball Operations. Ben Cherington subsequently resigned.

Giants place Hunter Pence on DL

Pence is out with an oblique strain as the Giants continue to lose outfield depth.

Pirates sign Travis Snider to minor league deal

Snider is familiar with Pittsburgh and might prove to be a valuable bat when rosters expand in September.

Dodgers acquire Chase Utley

Utley cleared waivers and now joins a Los Angeles infield that also features Jimmy Rollins.

Dodgers place Mat Latos in bullpen

Latos has struggled since being acquired from the Marlins and the club plans to skip his spot in the rotation as a result.

Ian Kennedy, Joaquin Benoit claimed on waivers, pulled back

The Padres opted not to move either of the pitchers after they were claimed.

Twins recall Byron Buxton

Buxton was recalled after Aaron Hicks was placed on the 15-day disabled list.

Giants acquire Marlon Byrd

Byrd gives the Giants outfield help in the absence of Hunter Pence.

Jake McGee set to have knee surgery

Tampa Bay loses the lefty, who has already spent time on the disabled list this season.

Nationals promote Trea Turner

Washington will likely use Turner at second base.

Twins acquire Neal Cotts

Cotts was expected to be moved to a National League team before the Twins made a deal.

Ike Davis out for the season

Oakland might be searching for other first base options this winter.

Royals considering Eric Hosmer extension

Hosmer has thrived offensively in 2015.