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Today In Dodger History: Juan Uribe Signs Three-Year Deal In 2010

It was four years ago today that third baseman Juan Uribe signed a three-year, $21 million deal with the Dodgers coming over from the rival San Francisco Giants. Uribe was coming off a season in which he hit .248 with 24 home runs and 85 RBI in 148 games, en route to a World Series title. He was signed to provide the Dodgers with a third baseman that would provide solid defense and power in the lineup. The ...

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Free Agent Shortstops And Trade Options For Dodgers

PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 With the loss of Hanley Ramirez to the Boston Red Sox via free agency, the Los Angeles Dodgers need to find a replacement, though are in somewhat of a tricky position. While the Dodgers have a hole to fill, it doesn't necessarily require a long-term solution. Corey Seager has been pegged as the shortstop of the future and that may be as soon as one or two years away. Ideally, the Dodgers wo ...

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Today In Dodgers History: Rick Sutcliffe Wins Rookie Of The Year

Beginning in 1969, the Los Angeles Dodgers finished the season over .500 for 10 consecutive seasons before a disappointing 79-83 record in 1979. Along with their sub-.500 record, the Dodgers' streak of two straight National League West titles also came to an end. While the season wasn't what the Dodgers had hoped for, it wound up being a memorable one for Rick Sutcliffe. The right-hander appeared in 39 game ...

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2015 Offseason Free Agent Profile: Sergio Romo

With a completely new front office, the Los Angeles Dodgers have yet to make a splash in free agency this winter and truth be told, they might not. That doesn't mean the Dodgers won't be looking for free agents to fill holes on the roster. We take a look at some of those potential names that could find themselves in Los Angeles next year. Today, we examine a right-handed relief pitcher that has been a thorn ...

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This Day In Dodgers History: Steve Sax Wins Rookie Of The Year

Although they've somewhat gotten away from it within the last decade or so, the Los Angeles Dodgers have a long history of developing talent from within. After debuting with the Dodgers in 1981 but playing in just 31 games, Steve Sax added his name to the impressive group of home-grown Dodgers. In his first full season with the team, Sax replaced Davey Lopes at second base and played his way to an All-Star ...

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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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