Clayton Kershaw is in agreement and have rejoin the Dodgers after…….

Clayton Kershaw is in agreement and have rejoin the Dodgers after……

Major League Baseball’s offseason continues to draw closer to its end. Four of our top 10 free agents (Cody Bellinger, Matt Chapman, Blake Snell, and Jordan Montgomery) remain unsigned. At some point, that has to change. Why not today? Slowly scroll with us down the page for all of Tuesday’s rumors, news, and notes.

Kershaw to rejoin Dodgers

According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Clayton Kershaw is in agreement on a deal that will see him again rejoin the Dodgers.

Kershaw is, of course, expected to miss a chunk of next season after undergoing shoulder surgery last November. (As Sherman notes, the Dodgers will be able to place players on the injured list earlier than other clubs since they’re beginning their season a week early with a two-game set in South Korea against the Padres.) Kershaw, 35, has spent his entire career with the Dodgers to date. He’s won three Cy Young Awards, made 10 All-Star Games, and has compiled nearly 80 Wins Above Replacement, all but ensuring his eventual enshrinement in Cooperstown.

The Dodgers have had a busy winter, particularly as it relates to adding starting pitching. They’ve either signed or traded for Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Tyler Glasnow, and James Paxton. The Dodgers also signed Shohei Ohtani, but he will be unavailable to pitch until 2025 after undergoing elbow surgery.

Brewers sign Junis

Not even a week after shipping ace Corbin Burnes to the Orioles, the Brewers have added a veteran starter to their roster. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the Brewers have inked right-hander Jakob Junis to a one-year deal worth $7 million that includes a club option for the 2025 campaign.

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