Vegas odds favor Dodgers to win '16 World Series - ESPN.com
According to Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, the Colorado Rockies are 150-1 longshots to win the World Series next season, giving them the second-longest odds in the league. Only the Phillies, at 300-1, are seen as less likely to win it all in 2016. The Dodgers, meanwhile, are title favorites at 8-1, followed closely by the Mets, Blue Jays, Cubs and Nationals, all of whom are at 10-1.
Colorado Rockies need pitching in offseason - MLB.com
Thomas Harding says the Rockies will be looking to upgrade their starting rotation this offseason, whether those improvements come internally or externally. Harding also breaks down several other aspects of the Rockies offseason, including their plans at first base.
Don Mattingly aims to end Marlins' managerial merry-go-round - The Denver Post
In a story from the Associated Press, the Marlins have hired former Dodgers manager Don Mattingly to be their new skipper, replacing Dan Jennings. Mattingly signed a four-year deal in Miami as the Marlins look to gain some stability in the dugout.
Dusty Baker hired as Washington Nationals' next manager - The Denver Post
Another managerial hire sees former Giants, Cubs and Reds manager Dusty Baker hired in Washington, where he replaces Matt Williams as Nationals manager. Former Padres manager Bud Black was reportedly offered the job, but declined.
The CROSS/OVER with DC & Ryan: Episode 9 - Baller Mind Frame
In Episode 9 The CROSS/OVER podcast, Purple Row's Drew Creasman discusses a wide variety of topics around sports and pop culture.