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Dodgers 2014 Off-Season: Bullpen Trends Up With Recent Signings

As the off-season continues to quickly move along, the Los Angeles Dodgers had a busy week and continued to get themselves ready for the 2014 season. Let's take a look at what was trending up and down this week with the Dodgers: Trending Up Bullpen The Dodger bullpen added a few more pieces this week with the announced signings of right-handers Jamey Wright and Chris Perez. Wright returns to the Dodgers aft ...

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Dodgers 2014 Off-Season Free Agent Profile: Ramon Santiago

The Los Angeles Dodgers are heading into the 2014 season with most of their roster ready but still have some holes to fill. We continue to take a look at available players that could have an impact next season. Today, we take a look at a veteran, utility player that can help the team out by occupying a bench role: Ramon Santiago Santiago is a 34-year-old that can play three infield positions and that has sp ...

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Dodgers 2014 Off-Season Trending Up, Down: Pair Of Dodgers Re-Sign

Another week closer to season and the Los Angeles Dodgers' off-season had one of its busiest weeks in beginning to finalize the 2014 roster. The team is starting to round out and the Dodgers may be done with big-name free agents. After the week, let's take a look at what was trending up and down in the organization. Trending Up: Juan Uribe The 34-year-old infielder re-signed with the Dodgers for two years a ...

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Dodgers 2014 Off-Season Free Agent Profile: Justin Turner

With the departure of Los Angeles Dodger infield free agents Nick Punto and Skip Schumaker and the signing of Juan Uribe, the Dodgers still find themselves empty on the bench. As we continue to take a look at available free agents, we focus on replacing one of the departed infielders. Today, we take a look at a utility infielder that would fill one of those bench roles: Justin Turner Turner is a 29-year-old ...

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Surplus Goods: Why the Dodgers Shouldn’t & Won’t Trade an Outfielder

The MLB hot stove has been sizzling this off-season.  Huge deals have gone down all around the league from the Prince Fielder/Ian Kinsler trade to the Mariners snagging Robinson Cano for 10 years/$240 million. All the while, people have been waiting for the team with the biggest pockets in baseball to make a big move. That hasn't happened yet.  However, the rumor mill has made it seem that the Los Angeles D ...

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Dodgers 2014 Off-Season Free Agent Profile: Fernando Rodney

The Winter Meetings wrapped up and the Los Angeles Dodgers left without making any major additions. We continue to take a look at those free agents still available that could fill a need with the team. Today, we take a look at a right-handed reliever that has been primarily a closer the past few seasons: Fernando Rodney Rodney is a 36-year-old reliever that spent the last two seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays ...

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After Quiet Winter Meetings, Dodgers Have Plenty Of Work Ahead

The Winter Meetings wrapped up in Florida this afternoon and the Los Angeles Dodgers were eerily quiet. Talks surrounding the four outfielders was rampant while Ned Colletti discussed deals with agents and teams. As of now, the Dodgers don't have a third baseman, have a very weak bench, Josh Beckett is their fifth starter at the moment and they still need to add more to the bullpen. Obviously, doing nothing ...

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Dodgers 2014 Off-Season: SportsNet LA Trending Up, Uribe Not So Much

As the Winter Meetings wrap up, the Los Angeles Dodgers will likely leave without making a big move in Florida. The team was involved in more rumors than actual deals and will address their needs in the coming months. With the season a week closer, we take a look at what was trending up and down in the past week for the Dodgers: Trending Up: SportsNet LA The new Dodger network had a busy week, hiring three ...

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Dodgers’ Winter Meetings Shopping List: Infielder, Relievers, Starter

Every December, representatives from every major league team descend on the MLB Winter Meetings — many with aspirations of improving their roster as the team prepares for the opening of spring training. With baseball still a few months away, there's obviously plenty of time for moves to be made after these meetings, but with all of the general managers and their staffs in one place, it's a safe bet that the ...

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NL West Round-Up: Trades And Non-Tenders Take Over The Week

With the Winter Meetings set to begin, the National League West will be in the thick of things as they all prepare for the 2014 season. Here are the moves and rumors from around the league this week: Arizona Diamondbacks The Diamondbacks parted ways with one of their bullpen arms this week in a three-team trade. They sent right-hander Heath Bell and cash to the Tampa Bay Rays and left-hander David Holmberg ...

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