NL Cy Young winner Bauer joins World Series champion Dodgers

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Trevor Bauer is coming home to pitch for the World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers. The reigning NL Cy Young Award winner announced his decision in a two-minute video posted to his Twitter account that ended with him saying, “And I can’t wait Dodger fans.” Bauer will get a reported $102 million for three years. Bauer turned 30 last month. He was born in North Hollywood and played baseball at UCLA. He joins a Dodgers rotation that had baseball’s best ERA of 3.02 last year, when the franchise won its first championship since 1988.