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Joel Peralta Gives Dodgers Much Needed Relief

PAGES: 1 | 2 It took a few weeks, but Andrew Friedman has made his mark on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Well, maybe a squiggle. On Thursday night, the Dodgers traded two young pitchers for two not-so-young relievers, including one who could be described as “old.” Now begs the question, will this transaction help the Dodgers moving forward? What They Got Friedman, who helmed the Tampa Bay Rays for nearly a decad ...

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Re-Signing Hanley Ramirez Not A Kiss Of Death For Dodgers

PAGES: 1 | 2 Will they or won’t they? Should they? It’s what many are asking in terms of Hanley Ramirez and his potential re-signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers. After a report the Dodgers were ready to move forward without him in the fold, a source said Tuesday the team hadn’t yet closed the door on re-signing the polarizing shortstop. When Ramirez joined the Dodgers in 2012, he infused life in the heart ...

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Clayton Kershaw And Giancarlo Stanton Contract Comparison

By most, if not all accounts, Clayton Kershaw is the best pitcher in baseball. Despite missing the first month of the season due to injury, Kershaw led the Majors in wins, winning percentage, complete games, WHIP, ERA and ERA+. The ERA title was Kershaw's fourth consecutive -- becoming the first pitcher in MLB history to accomplish that feat. Kershaw's last appearance on the mound ended with disappointment ...

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2015 Offseason Free Agent Profile: Max Scherzer

With the offseason underway, the Los Angeles Dodgers have yet to make a big splash or any significant move that will help them in 2015. As the days go by, we will take a look at potential free agents that the Dodgers could pursue and decide whether they would be a fit in Los Angeles. Today, we begin with a big-name free agent pitcher. Max Scherzer Max Scherzer rejected a long-term deal from the Detroit Tige ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Yasiel Puig

PAGES: 1 | 2 After exploding onto the scene with the Los Angeles Dodgers in June of 2013, much was expected of Yasiel Puig in the 2014 season. One year after batting an eye-opening .517/.500/.828 with 11 RBIs in Spring Training, Puig hit a lowly .167/.173/.229 with just four RBIs in his second go-around in the Cactus League. Puig then went hitless in the Dodgers' first regular-season game and was just 5-for ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Zack Greinke

Los Angeles Dodgers fans are witnessing something that not most baseball fans get to experience. Few professional baseball teams have a number two starter in their rotation that could be an ace on other major league teams. The brilliance of Clayton Kershaw has overshadowed the dominance that Zack Greinke has shown in his time in Los Angeles. Greinke has flown relatively under the radar as he continues to sh ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Matt Kemp

It was not long ago that Matt Kemp was considered one of the best players in all of baseball. Since finishing second in the NL MVP voting in 2011, Kemp has battled injuries and struggled to resemble the player he once was. Hamstring, shoulder, and ankle ailments kept Kemp out of the lineup and limited his play when he was on the field. Kemp began the season much like he did the past two, struggling. A notic ...

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Dodgers Offseason Wishlist — Relief Pitching, Catcher & More

PAGES: 1 | 2 Just under one week since MLB Free Agency officially began, it's safe to say the market thus far has been relatively quiet. Of course, that is unless you're into 6'3 shortstops with a career MLB batting average of .083. Now, the Los Angeles Dodgers have also used the last few weeks to tie up some loose ends. Notably: Brian Wilson and Dan Haren officially re-joining the team by picking up their ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Adrian Gonzalez

The Los Angeles Dodgers relied on Adrian Gonzalez to be an offensive catalyst this season as well as the everyday first baseman. It's a tall order for anyone, especially in Los Angeles where the expectations to win are so high. However, Gonzalez arguably had his best season since joining the Dodgers in 2012. Despite struggling early in the season, the Dodger slugger picked it up after the All-Star break and ...

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Kershaw vs. Bumgarner — Executives And Scouts Weigh In

Clayton Kershaw compiled one of the more historically dominant seasons in 2014 and it's led to a plethora of awards for the southpaw. Kershaw pitched the Los Angeles Dodgers to a second straight NL West title while simultaneously setting the benchmark for pitchers. Unfortunately for Kershaw and the Dodgers, he again ran into trouble in the postseason against the St. Louis Cardinals, which took some of the s ...

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