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Matt Kemp: ‘I Always Saw Myself As Being A Dodger For My Whole Career’

For a franchise with a payroll in excess of $200 million and looking to win their first World Series since 1988, back-to-back seasons of winning over 90 games wasn't sufficient enough for the Los Angeles Dodgers. As a result, sweeping changes were made this offseason beginning with the front office and extending to the roster. It was no secret the Dodgers were likely to move an outfielder before the 2015 se ...

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Clayton Kershaw’s MVP And Cy Young Acceptance Speech (VIDEO)

Clayton Kershaw was one of several former and current players in attendance Saturday night for the Baseball Writers' Association of America dinner in New York City. The purpose of the dinner was to present the winners with their awards, of which Kershaw received two -- the NL MVP and NL Cy Young. Kershaw's historic season got off to an ominous start after he missed the first month due to inflammation behind ...

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VIDEO: Chris Hatcher Speaks On Role With The Dodgers

Your browser does not support iframes.\ The bullpen was considered the Achilles' heel of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014, evidenced by their collapse in the NLDS against the St. Louis Cardinals. Not only are most of the arms from the bullpen gone, but the Dodgers have a completely new front office that has their own idea of building a stable of relievers. Instead of throwing money at big-name free agents, t ...

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ESPN The Magazine’s Photo Shoot With Adrian Gonzalez

Since coming to Los Angeles in a blockbuster trade in 2012, Adrian Gonzalez has been a fan favorite at Chavez Ravine. The Mexican slugger from Tijuana appeals to the large Latino population in Los Angeles, and his work on the field has endeared him to all fans. One way that fans know Gonzalez's presence is the song "Mariachi Loco" that plays when he walks up to the plate. In the latest ESPN the Magazine, Go ...

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Dodgers Share Don Newcombe’s Story On Martin Luther King

Before Martin Luther King, Jr. had the opportunity to significantly impact and alter the course of civil rights and United States history, a trio of baseball players led a similar change in baseball. Beginning with the signing of Jackie Robinson in 1945, and including Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe in the years that followed, the Brooklyn Dodgers broke the color barrier that once existed. Robinson debuted ...

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Yasiel Puig Demonstrates Ineffectiveness Of Cutoff Man (VIDEO)

Since making his Major-League debut in June of 2013, Yasiel Puig's style of play has drawn plenty of criticism. From bat flips to poor throws, ill-advised baserunning, and more, it's not uncommon for Puig to leave fans or pundits scratching their heads. In particular, Puig's reluctance to hit the cutoff man had traditionalists admonishing his outfield acumen. To his credit, the young and exuberant 24 year o ...

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Adrian Gonzalez Boxing As Part Of Offseason Workout (VIDEO)

While plenty of attention has been placed on the changes made and players who are no longer with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the majority of the core that's helped win consecutive NL West division titles is set to return. Among those is Adrian Gonzalez, who has been a mainstay and consistent source of production since being traded to the Dodgers in 2012. While his .276 batting average was the lowest of his car ...

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Instagram: Puig Reposts Photo, Uses #IWillNotBeADistraction

Since his debut in June 2013, Yasiel Puig has become one of the more polarizing players in the big leagues. While he is revered for his play, natural talent and energy, he is also criticized for his showmanship, bat flips and fundamentals. This all led up to a benching in Game 4 of the NLDS by manager Don Mattingly, despite his strong play all season. Those not in Los Angeles can consider Puig and his antic ...

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Dodgers Introduce Shortstop Jimmy Rollins (VIDEO)

The Los Angeles Dodgers introduced newly acquired shortstop Jimmy Rollins this week at Dodger Stadium. In our videos below, Rollins discuses why the Dodgers were the only team he was interested in being traded to. The things that I saw on the other side. You've got former players still hanging around. Mr. Blue Heaven himself, Tommy Lasorda, just knowing the history of this organization...You know you're wal ...

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Tommy Lasorda Says Dodgers Mistook Pedro Martinez’s Ability

Your browser does not support iframes. This week, Pedro Martinez was elected to the Hall of Fame along with Randy Johnson, Craig Biggio and John Smoltz. Though he will not go in as a Los Angeles Dodger, Martinez began his career with the boys in blue before being traded to the Montreal Expos for Delino DeShields. Looking back at the deal, it is considered one of the worst trades not only in Dodger history, ...

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