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Dodgers’ Broadcaster Vin Scully Names All-Opponent NL Team

Having been the voice of the Dodgers since 1950, Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully has more than see his share of stars, busts, and everything in between. Humble as he is, Scully certainly wouldn't degrade a player with the term 'bust,' but the point nonetheless stands. Now in his 65th season of broadcasting for the Dodgers, Scully's mind is full of highs and lows for the franchise. With so many decades of ...

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Dodgers’ Passion For Their Fans Shines Through At Blogger Night

The Los Angeles Dodgers hosted Blogger night on Monday and Wednesday this week, inviting several local bloggers to get a hands-on look at the remaining products that headline the 2015 promotional schedule, and the opportunity to sample past, current and upcoming food items. Organized by Steve Brener of the Dodgers' public relations department, the event was led by vice president of ticket sales David Siegel ...

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2015 MLB Draft: Reviewing The Dodgers Picks From Day Two

PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers continued their draft on Tuesday, making eight more selections. (Check out our Day One review) Let’s examine their Day 2 picks: Philip Pfeifer, LHP (Vanderbilt) After taking Vandy right-hander Walker Buehler with their first pick of Day 1, the Dodgers chose his teammate with their first pick on Day 2. Pfeifer, a redshirt junior, pitched solidly for the Commodores this sp ...

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2015 MLB Draft: Dodgers Get Value Early, Take Risks Late On First Day

PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 The Los Angeles Dodgers stockpiled early round picks in the 2015 MLB Draft, acquiring one for losing Hanley Ramirez to the Boston Red Sox in free agency, and another in the Ryan Webb trade with the Baltimore Orioles. New scouting director Billy Gasparino had his work cut out for him, replacing Logan White, who helmed the draft for the Dodgers for more than a decade. So, how did he do on ...

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Examing The Dodgers’ Potential Approach In 2015 MLB Draft

PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 With the draft fast approaching, no one outside of the organization really knows what the Los Angeles Dodgers’ plans are in the early rounds. An innovative front office and five of the first 101 picks provides the organization with some room for creativity. I’ve identified three types of players the Dodgers could target with their early picks, so let’s take a look at the prospects. The Inju ...

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Trending Up, Trending Down: Clayton Kershaw Reigns Supreme

PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers encountered a tiring task this week -- playing eight games in seven days. The stretch was broken up into four against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field and four against the St. Louis Cardinals at Dodger Stadium. After taking two out of four from the Rockies, the Dodgers managed to win just one of the next four games against the Cardinals. It was a rough 3-5 week, but i ...

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This Day In Dodgers History: Jackie Robinson Among Jerseys Retired

< June 4, 1972 was a big day in Dodgers franchise history, as the team retired the organization's first three numbers. Roy Campanella's (39), Sandy Koufax's (32), and Jackie Robinson's (42) numbers were all retired on the same day during a pregame ceremony at Dodger Stadium. These three legends played an integral part in the Dodgers' success during their respective careers. A picture recorded this historic ...

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Dodgers Video: Joc Pederson Hits Home Run In Fifth Consecutive Game

When Joc Pederson was called up to the Majors late in 2014, fans clamored for the player who finished with 33 home runs and 30 stolen bases in Triple-A. However, Pederson played sparingly and his impact was delayed to the 2015 season. Now the Los Angeles Dodgers' starting center fielder and leadoff hitter, not only has Pederson lived up to his expectations, he's exceeded. The 23 year old has already hit 17 ...

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Reaction To Dodgers’ Alex Guerrero’s First Career Grand Slam

After trading runs throughout the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader, the Colorado Rockies led the Los Angeles Dodgers by three runs when the ninth inning began. Rafael Betancourt was on the mound and he quickly found himself in hot water after allowing a trio of singles that loaded the bases with no outs. Betancourt then struck out Justin Turner and got Joc Pederson to foul out on the first pitch of the ...

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Trending Up, Trending Down: Frias And Kershaw Get Back On Track

PAGES: 1 | 2 Coming off a tough week in which the Los Angeles Dodgers lost four divisional games, their attention turned to two teams they had yet to face in 2015 -- the Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals. After taking two of three from the Braves, the Dodgers returned to St. Louis for the first time since last October. Following a 3-0 loss in the series opener, Los Angeles took care of business the nex ...

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Brett Anderson Responds To Larry King’s Tweet On Hanley Ramirez

Once a fan favorite and necessity for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Hanley Ramirez fell from grace in 2014 as he battled multiple injuries that limited his impact. The Dodgers extended Ramirez a qualifying offer, which he rejected, thus becoming a free agent. It's believed talks between the Dodgers and Ramirez to keep the shortstop in Los Angeles never gained much traction and he was soon off to Boston, joining ...

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Former Dodgers First Baseman Eddie Murray Was Once Among Highest Paid

The Los Angeles Dodgers' MLB-leading $269 million payroll this season has virtually become common knowledge among baseball fans. Moreover, it makes the Dodgers the poster child for extravagance when it comes to spending on players. Well, to lend a little more context that and strengthen the case of those who criticize teams like the Dodgers for their seemingly bottomless pit of money, 25 years ago, Dodgers ...

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This Day In Dodgers History: Paul Lo Duca Goes 6-for-6 In 2001

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9PCuP1GWyk The Dodgers have a rich history in their organization, spanning from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, so to tie or set a record is definitely a big deal. On May 28, 2001, a Dodgers catcher did just that in a game against the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium. In an 11-inning comeback victory over the Rockies, Paul Lo Duca tied the franchise record for hits in a game when ...

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Breaking Down Trading Juan Uribe And Chris Withrow For Spare Parts

PAGES: 1 | 2 Juan Uribe for Alberto Callaspo is a really bad trade. Uribe is better defensively, he's better offensively and he's definitely better for the clubhouse. Thank goodness the Los Angeles Dodgers didn't trade Uribe for Callaspo, then. While many are reporting the trade as if that's the summary, the reality is that the Dodgers traded Uribe for some financial relief and a pair of relievers while tak ...

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