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Kuroda May Return To The Dodgers or Go To The Angels


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Kuroda just resigned with NY, 1/15. A little surprised at this. I thought he would return to the west coast.


Guess the Yankees were serious about preferring to overpay for one year instead of a two year commitment. Will be interesting to see if they meet their goal of getting under the threshold in 2014.

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