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2015 Dodger Outlook: Why The Bullpen Will Be Improved

When Andrew Friedman was hired as president of baseball operations by the Los Angeles Dodgers, his most obvious task was improving one of the worst bullpens in the MLB last season. Many fans hoped the Dodgers would sign some of the top free agents available, such as Andrew Miller, Luke Gregerson, and Pat Neshek, but none of them ended up with Los Angeles. As expected, they all inked multi-year deals with th ...

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Dodger Dilemma: Still An Outfield Logjam– Or Not?

The Dodgers have too many outfielders! (Or so the narrative goes...) With Matt Kemp gone, and Andre Ethier eternally on the trading block (last rumored to be garnering interest from the Orioles), I think the question needs to be asked: do the Dodgers really have too many outfielders? Well, let's count: Yasiel Puig (the only sure thing), Joc Pederson (the rookie who has waited for his chance), Carl Crawford ...

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Today In Dodgers History: Don Sutton Elected Into The Hall Of Fame

Of the greats who have taken the mound for the Dodgers franchise, multiple pitchers were eventually elected into the Hall of Fame including Don Sutton, who was enshrined on Jan. 5, 1998. Sutton spent 23 seasons in the Majors with 16 of them coming with the Dodgers. Although Sutton isn’t recognized as the best pitcher in Dodgers’ history, the right-hander sits at or near the top in several franchise records. ...

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2015 Hall Of Fame Ballot: Jared Massey’s Selections

PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 With the Hall of Fame election results set to be announced Tuesday, plenty of writers have started publishing their ballots online and giving thoughtful reasoning for their selections. While many have voted in ways I cannot comprehend, even after reading articles in which they explain their process, I respect them for their ability to be open and honest about their voting habits, as it’s no ...

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Today In Dodger History: Dodgers Sign Carlos Frias

On Jan. 3 2007, the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Carlos Frias out of the Dominican Republic as an amateur free agent. Frias pitched for the Dodgers' Dominican Summer League that year before advancing to Rookie Ball the following season. Frias bounced around in Ogden and the Arizona Rookie League in 2009 and was with Ogden in 2010. He then reached High-A Rancho Cucamonga but saw minimal action -- appearing in ...

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2015 Offseason Free Agent Profile: Tom Gorzelanny

PAGES: 1 | 2 While the Los Angeles Dodgers have made strides this offseason in addressing their bullpen with the additions of Mike Bolsinger, Chris Hatcher, Juan Nicasio and Joel Peralta, an argument can be made more retooling is in their best interest if not required. Of the various shortcomings the Dodger bullpen had last season, their left-handed options faltering and wearing down was among them -- an is ...

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2015 Dodgers Resolutions: What Key Players Must Do This Year

It's safe to say the Los Angeles Dodgers will be a much different team next season. Gone are the power bats of Hanley Ramirez and Matt Kemp along with the speed of Dee Gordon, and they are replaced with veterans Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick. The focus has seemingly changed to run prevention, rather than run scoring. With 2015 here, we take a look at some New Years' resolutions that key Dodger players mu ...

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Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Clayton Kershaw’s MVP Season

PAGES: 1 | 2 Coming off a Cy Young season, Clayton Kershaw began 2014 with a new seven-year contract extension in hand that made him the highest-paid pitcher in baseball history and with it came elevated expectations. The southpaw's season got off to an ominous start as Kershaw managed to take the mound only once -- the 2014 season opener in Australia -- before landing on the disabled list with shoulder inf ...

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In Friedman We Trust: Making Sense Of The Dodgers Offseason

To the casual Los Angeles Dodger fan this offseason has been quite frightening. Hanley Ramirez was never really coming back to the Dodgers, the league leader in stolen bases, Dee Gordon, was traded for a pitching prospect who was then traded for a second baseman in the last year of his deal, and arguably the best hitter in the second half of 2014, Matt Kemp, was traded for a catcher with a suspension in his ...

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Dodgers Must Flex Power Again By Signing Max Scherzer

The Los Angeles Dodgers have made a splash this winter, but in a much different way than years past. Instead of spending hundreds of millions of dollars to improve the team, the new front office has done their part on the trade front. There's a new duo up the middle in the infield, a new back end of the rotation and a few new faces in the bullpen. Whether the team is better than the 94-win, NL West champion ...

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