MLB Trade Rumors "The Dodgers and Marlins have agreed to a deal that will send middle infielder Dee Gordon to Miami in exchange for left-hander Andrew Heaney, Andy Martino of the New York Daily News reports. The two sides are sorting through some final paperwork before it becomes official. " December 11
The Marlins and the Dodgers are in serious talks about a deal that would involve Dee Gordon going to MIA, Andrew Heaney to LAD.
#Dodgers have let teams know open to moving Dee Gordon. New front office likes OBP, not Gordon’s forte
Chone Figgins replaces Dee Gordon at 2B.
Observation from #Dodgers FanFest: Dee Gordon is skinny no more. Added considerable muscle to frame. Up to 170+ lbs, according to Mattingly.
One #Royals rumor as I leave the winter meetings: Talking to the Dodgers about trading OF Justin Maxwell for INF Dee Gordon.
Los Angeles Times "It’s Dee Gordon, shortstop; Dee Gordon, second baseman; and Dee Gordon, center fielder. But is it Dee Gordon, baseball player? The Dodgers are certainly trying, but they’re about to run out of ideas. They are understandably enamored by his speed and ability to steal bases, but that still..." October 31
L.A. Daily News "Maybe Dee Gordon knew his time here was up. Maybe he didn't. Regardless, there was the Dodgers shortstop on the field Monday, taking early batting practice less than an hour before he was officially optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque to make room for Jerry Hairston Jr. on the active..." May 28
Orange County Register ""Puig Fever" has broken. The Dodgers decided spring sensation Yasiel Puig is not ready for prime time quite yet. The 22-year-old Cuban outfielder was optioned to Double-A Chattanooga on Tuesday despite a .526 spring average that ranks first in the majors (Cactus or Grapefruit..." March 27
True Blue L.A. "Dee Gordon started off Monday's game for the Dodgers by striking out to open the first inning, something he did 17 times in his 62 leadoff starts in 2012. But the strikeout was no ordinary at-bat, as the final pitch was the 17th one thrown by Carlos Villanueva of the Cubs. The pitches thrown..." February 25
Los Angeles Times "The young ballplayer who was always in motion is in an unfamiliar position this spring. Dee Gordon is stuck. With the Dodgers committed to Hanley Ramirez as their starting shortstop and unable to secure a satisfactory exchange for Gordon on the trade market, the 24-year-old speedster appears..." February 19
True Blue L.A. "Dee Gordon begins spring training on the outside looking in for a spot on the major league roster, but the 25-year-old is looking to turn some heads in Dodgers camp. "I'm looking to get better, and get better everyday," Gordon said. "Get ready for a long season, to help this ball club win..." February 18