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Dodgers reportedly to ‘go all-out’ to sign Tanaka
- Updated: Jan 11, 2014
Masahiro Tanaka has at least one super-serious suitor.
The #Dodgers have let it be known they plan to go all-out in their efforts to sign Tanaka, saying they and certainly won't be out-bid.
— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) January 10, 2014 The 30-day period to sign Tanaka ends two weeks from today. He has to pass a physical and literally sign the contract by then, so the entire process will be wrapped up. Tanaka won't be able to simply agree to terms then handle the paperwork another time.
The Dodgers signed Dan Haren to an one-year contract earlier this winter and he is slated to join Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke and Hyun-Jin Ryu in the rotation. Chad Billingsley and Josh Beckett are returning from injury and might not be ready in time for opening day. Stephen Fife could get the nod as the fifth starter in the meantime, unless the team adds Tanaka or a similar starter.
The Yankees, Mariners and Cubs are among the other teams seriously pursuing Tanaka. The Diamondbacks, White Sox and Angels have interest as well.