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Grade Of The Week: Kershaw Returns As Trouble In The Bullpen Persists

The Los Angeles Dodgers finished up their rainy, nine-game road trip this week, but the gloom seemed to follow them as they returned to southern California for a four-game series against the San Francisco Giants. Nearly two months into the regular season, the Dodger bullpen remains one of the team's biggest problems. Although Clayton Kershaw's return to the rotation is a success within itself, the team won ...

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Fantasy Corner: Seth Smith And Other Waiver-Wire Candidates

I want to start by apologizing to those of you who took my advice and looked at Trevor Bauer — I wish I could understand the thinking in Cleveland that leads one to leave a top pitching prospect with a 1.12 ERA in the minors. If only.... Anyways, on to some guys to keep an eye on in your league: Seth Smith (available in 95% of leagues) While Troy Tulowitzki is blowing everyone away offensively, can you name ...

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NL West Round-Up: San Francisco Giants Make A Statement

The Los Angeles Dodgers had yet another disappointing week that ended with them dropping three of four to the San Francisco Giants. While the on-the-field results weren't as desired, the Dodgers did receive some positive news on the injury front. A.J. Ellis began what will likely be a two-game rehab assignment Sunday and Hyun-Jin Ryu resumed a throwing program. Ryu threw from flat ground on Saturday and Sun ...

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Dodgers All-Star Update: Dee Gordon Continues To Make Case At 2B

With the first month of the season out of the way, players are beginning to settle in for the long haul of the season and get more comfortable, leading to solid numbers being posted early on. We continue to take a look at the Los Angeles Dodgers players and how they stack up against the rest of the Nation League to check their chances at making the NL All-Star team: C Drew Butera (LAD) - .211 BA, 2 HR, 5 RB ...

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Trending Up, Trending Down: Outfielders Begin To Hit Their Stride

Being away from home and in some inclement weather proved a challenge for the Los Angeles Dodgers this week. They went 5-4 and struggled against the Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals. We take a look at who had the best and worst weeks for the Dodgers: Trending Up Carl Crawford After seeing his batting average drop to .185, Carl Crawford had a huge few days to put him on top of our trends this week. He ...

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This Day In Dodgers History: Exhibition Game In Honor Of Roy Campanella

Your browser does not support iframes. Regarded as one of the best catchers of all-time, Roy Campanella played 10 season for the Brooklyn Dodgers before getting into a car accident that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down. Campanella was a three-time MVP and voted into the All-Star game eight seasons. In an effort to aid with the daunting amount of medical bills Campanella had suddenly become burdene ...

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Grade Of The Week: Dodger Offense Heats Up, Bullpen Remains Shaky

En route to going 4-2 last week, the Los Angeles Dodgers went through an abundance of roster changes. Between a doubleheader, catcher changes and injured starters, the team made a handful of moves in attempts to revamp their roster, which for the most part proved to be beneficial. Beginning the week with a three-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins and finishing the week by losing two of three to the Miami Mar ...

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NL West Round-Up: Dodgers Aren’t Only Team Facing Concerns

The Los Angeles Dodgers were extremely active moving players up and down their farm system this week. One of the players to receive a call up, Miguel Olivo, appears to have helped fill the void at catcher with A.J. Ellis still recovering from knee surgery. Here's a look at the news and rumors from around the division: Arizona Diamondbacks After some discussion regarding manager Kirk Gibson's job security an ...

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Dodgers Minor League Players Of The Week – Chris Jacobs On A Hot Streak

Hitter of the Week - Chris Jacobs "Big Jake" as he's known, the towering 6'5 first base prospect had a good year in Rancho last year with an .897 OPS and 14 home runs. However, the 25-year-old hasn't had success above A ball and can't be considered a legitimate prospect until he hits Double-A pitching. Right now, Chris is riding a three-game homer streak, leading the club with six overall. His OPS over his ...

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Dodgers Minor League Recap – 5/02: Windle Spins Seven Shutout Frames

Albuquerque lost 15-4 Carlos Triunfel - 1 for 5, K Joc Pederson - 1 for 3, R, BB, K, CS Alex Guerrero - 0 for 2, BB, E Trayvon Robinson - 1 for 4, R, K Griff Erickson - 2 for 4, RBI Zach Lee - 5 IP, 10 Hits, 6 R (4 ER), 2 BB, 4 K's Chattanooga lost 8-7 Darnell Sweeney - 1 for 3, 2B, RBI, R, BB O'Koyea Dickson - 1 for 5, RBI, R Scott Schebler - 2 for 5, HR (6), RBI, R, 2 K's, OF Assist Erisbel Arruebarrena - ...

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