Dodgers Sign Hairston Jr.; Working on Harang

The Dodgers signed utilityman Jerry Hairston Jr. to a two-year, $6 million deal Monday and are working toward another two-year deal with right-handed starting pitcher Aaron Harang. General manager Ned Colletti has been pursuing Hairston for two years and the desire increased after Jamey Carroll left the club for Minnesota last month. Hairston can play all over, which includes shortstop, and Colletti wants veteran protection there with only rookie starter Dee Gordon and rookie backup Justin Sellers on the depth chart. Harang would join a rotation of Clayton Kershaw, Chad Billingsley, Ted Lilly and Chris Capuano. — Ken Gurnick

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I wonder if he got a no trade clause on that contract. LOL

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