Dodgers Notes: Gibbons, McCourts, Lilly

Some news items as the Dodgers do battle with the D'Backs tonight…

  • Jay Gibbons is expected to be re-signed by L.A., writes's Ken Gurnick.  Gibbons may get some interest from Japanese teams, but it seems likely the California native will stay close to home.
  • There has been no settlement yet in the ongoing McCourt divorce case, tweets the Los Angeles Times' Dylan Hernandez.  The trial continues on Monday.
  • The Dodgers could be setting themselves up for a future bad contract if they re-sign Ted Lilly to a long-term deal, warns Jon Weisman of

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3 Comments on "Dodgers Notes: Gibbons, McCourts, Lilly"

4 years 11 months ago

I like Ted Lilly for the Dodgers, maybe a generous one year with an option. He is the type of pitcher that usually thrives at their park.

4 years 11 months ago

The Dodgers could only make that deal if the majority of the money is backloaded. The McCourts signed 20 million dollars worth of lawyers this year and that could double or more by the time they go thru a lengthy court process and appeals.

4 years 11 months ago

You are correct, but he went to high school and college in Los Angeles and continues to live there.