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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Daniel Coulombe

A 25th-round pick out of Texas Tech in the 2012 draft, Daniel Coulombe showed swing and miss stuff early. In his debut season, the left-hander struck out 37 batters in just 25.1 innings between Rookie Ogden and Low-A Great Lakes. The following season, Coulombe spent the entire year with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, striking out 11.5 batters per nine innings while posting a 4.05 ERA. He returned to Rancho to s ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Chone Figgins

With the Los Angeles Dodgers needing to replace utility players Jerry Hairston Jr., Nick Punto, Skip Schumaker and Michael Young from their 2013 roster, they signed Chone Figgins to a Minor-League deal that included an invitation to Spring Training. Figgins was released by the Miami Marlins in March of last year and sat out the entirety of the 2013 season. He was named to the All-Star team in 2009 and turne ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Jose Dominguez

Signed out of the Dominican Republic as a 16-year-old in 2007, Jose Dominguez spent his first three seasons in the Dominican Summer League before coming to the states in 2011. He began his career as a starter but converted to relief in 2012. In his new role, Dominguez was regularly clocked in the high 90s and began touching 100 MPH with some regularity. He made his Major-League debut June 30, 2013, when he ...

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2014 Player Reviews: Roger Bernadina

Roger Bernadina's career began with the Washington Nationals in 2008, where he spent portions of six seasons. The outfielder was released by the Nationals in 2013 and he then signed with the Philadelphia Phillies for the remainder of the season. The best stretch of Bernadina's career came in 2010-2012 with the Nationals when he played in at least 90 games in each of the years and stole a minimum of 15 bases ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Stephen Fife

Heading into the 2014 season, the Los Angeles Dodgers had question marks at the backend of their starting rotation. Dan Haren was signed, which gave the Dodgers' a fourth starter but the final spot remained largely up for grabs. Stephen Fife was one of multiple pitchers that included Josh Beckett and Paul Maholm, who were under consideration to become the fifth starting pitcher. Fife appeared in just one ga ...

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This Day In Dodgers History: Gibson Hits Home Run In 1988 World Series

In his first season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Kirk Gibson was named the NL MVP and he helped lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to an NL West title for the first time in three years. The Dodgers won 94 games in 1988 and needed seven games to upset the heavily favored New York Mets in the NLCS. Gibson hit just .154 in the NLCS as the Dodgers heavily relied on Orel Hershiser to pitch them into the World Series. ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Mike Baxter

Outfielder Mike Baxter was claimed off waivers from the New York Mets by the Los Angeles Dodgers last October. He came into the spring with little chance of making the Opening Day roster because of the logjam in the Dodgers' outfield. With Yasiel Puig, Carl Crawford, Andre Ethier, Matt Kemp and Scott Van Slyke in the mix, Baxter was expected to be nothing more than minor league depth. In the spring, he hit ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Clint Robinson

Clint Robinson signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers last November and was assigned to Triple-A. The 29-year-old had a surprisingly strong showing in the spring, hitting .308 with a home run. He began the year with the Albuquerque Isotopes before being called up to the big leagues in late June. It was Robinson's second stint in the big leagues after spending four games with the Kansas City Royals in 2012. He ...

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Despite Struggles, Dodgers Need To Re-Sign Hanley Ramirez

PAGES: 1 | 2 As I look at Twitter and see the comments about Hanley Ramirez, I'm shocked. To be honest, I can't believe I even feel the need to justify the opinion of wanting Hanley Ramirez back, but, alas, here we are. To begin with, I want you to understand I'm a realist — meaning, I understand three things very well: the Los Angeles Dodgers aren't going to have a $400 million payroll this season, Ramirez ...

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Trade Yasiel Puig? Don’t Get Burned By The Hot Stove

PAGES: 1 | 2 Recently, there has been speculation the Los Angeles Dodgers are/should be looking to deal their star outfielder. After another strong season, including his first All-Star appearance, Yasiel Puig is being named as a trade candidate by those who don’t even have the decency to begin their tweets with “Sources:”. While it’s not surprising that these types of being said at this time of year, fans n ...

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