Kevin Correia SP LAD 20 Days

Correia will join the Dodgers on Monday and could even get the start that day, Ken Gurnick of reports.

Correia's start would likely be a one-shot deal to give guys an extra day off. Barring injury, he looks to be the new Paul Maholm - long reliever, occasional starter.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 21 Days

Correia has been traded to the Dodgers for a player to be named later, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

With the recent loss of Josh Beckett and Paul Maholm, the Dodgers are seeking depth for their rotation. Correia will likely handle a long relief role, as Roberto Hernandez was recently acquired to take over as the Dodgers' fifth starter.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 23 Days

Correia gave up three runs on five hits and a walk, striking out five over six innings in Wednesday's start against the Padres.

Correia left the game with the lead after achieving the base definition of a quality start, but lost the win when Glen Perkins blew the save in the ninth.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 1 Month

Kevin Correia fell to 5-12 after allowing four runs in four innings as the Twins lost 5-3 to the Rays on Sunday.

Correia had been on a roll, lowering his ERA from 6.11 to 4.61 over his last seven starts. The Rays stopped his momentum, pounding out seven hits and drawing three walks. The right-hander also struck out four. He'll take a 4.76 ERA, a 1.46 WHIP, and a 54/29 K/BB ratio into Friday's home start against the White Sox.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 2 Months

Kevin Correia tossed six innings of one-run ball Saturday in the Twins' 9-3 win over the Rockies.

Correia flirted with danger, yielding seven hits and a walk while striking out just one batter, but he operated well in situations that required damage control to earn a victory in his final start of the season's first half. He's 5-11 with a 4.61 ERA and 1.42 WHIP.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 2 Months

Kevin Correia gave up two earned runs in seven innings in a loss to the Mariners on Monday.

The veteran right-hander has now posted quality starts in five of his last six outings, a stretch that has slashed his ERA to 4.79. Correia logged a 6.11 ERA through his first 12 outings, but has collected a 2.43 ERA during the aforementioned six-start stretch. That's the good news. The bad is that the loss ties him with San Diego's Eric Stults for the most in the majors with 11. Correia closes out the first half with a rough matchup; he's in Colorado on Saturday.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 2 Months

Kevin Correia was dealt a tough-luck loss Wednesday, surrendering just two runs on six hits and two walks over six frames against the Royals.

It was a nice showing from Correia, but Jason Vargas was simply a bit better. The veteran right-hander has now posted quality starts in four of his last five outings to lower his ERA to 4.95, which is the lowest it's been since his first start of the season. Correia will try to keep it going next week in Seattle and Colorado.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 2 Months

Kevin Correia gave up four earned runs in six innings in a 5-4 loss to the Rangers on Friday.

Correia surrendered two runs in the first and two in the fifth as his record fell to 4-9. He walked two and struck out three. Though his ERA is still north of five (5.08), he had only allowed two earned runs in his previous three starts. For the month of June, he's posted a 2.74 ERA. He'll try to get back on track against the Royals as the calender turns to July.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 2 Months

Kevin Correia held the White Sox to two runs (one earned) over six innings Saturday as part of a victory.

Correia gave up an RBI single to Jose Abreu in the first inning and hit Gordon Beckham with a pitch with the bases loaded in the second inning, but he managed to avoid trouble the rest of the way. He struck out two and walked two in the victory. The veteran right-hander has allowed one run or fewer in three out of his last four starts, lowering his ERA from 6.34 to 5.02 in the process, but he shouldn't be trusted in most fantasy leagues.

Kevin Correia SP LAD 2 Months

Kevin Correia limited the Red Sox to one run in six innings Monday, but still fell to 3-8 on the season.

Correia's night could have ended a lot differently, as David Ortiz didn't miss a three-run homer in the sixth by much. Still, this makes two straight effective starts for him, as he's lowered his ERA from 6.11 to 5.19. It enhances his job security, but we still think the Twins would be better off moving on.