Dodgers’ prospect Yasiel Puig was placed on the seven-day disabled list Saturday with a sprained left thumb.
Matt Kemp. Clayton Kershaw. Adrian Gonzalez. These names are innate to any Dodger fan’s vocabulary.
Friday night was the first of the season where Dodger fans watched over the team’s prospects, and even a rehabbing Dodgers.
The Dodgers issued a press release detailing the coaching staff of the organization for the 2013 season. Have a look for yourself, which comes directly from the team release: LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their 2013 Minor League coaches with seven former Dodger players from the Major League club on staff. [...]
Prior to the ball-game, the Dodgers made a few transactions to coincide with the opportunity to expand their rosters, as is granted by Major League Baseball on Sept. 1. Here is more from the official team’s press release: The Los Angeles Dodgers today recalled catcher Tim Federowicz and right-handed pitcher Javy Guerra and selected the [...]
The Dodgers will be shutting down the farm in a few days, with some of these ball-players with bright futures appearing on the Dodgers roster when the team is allowed to expand this weekend. There are definitely some good things are going on down on the farm this year, especially after news broke that John [...]
After tearing through a nine-game stretch in the Arizona Rookie League, Dodgers Cuban phenom prospect Yasiel Puig made his debut at high-level Class-A Rancho Cucamonga on Tuesday night, going 1-for-4 with a single, a run scored and two stolen bases. The Quakes overcame a late-inning deficit and defeated the Stockton Ports, 9-8, at The Epicenter. [...]
By now you might have heard that the Dodgers spent $42 million on a player that they hardly scouted, taking a gamble by buying into the hype of Cuban prospect Yasiel Puig. It’s only been eight games, but if what we are seeing is any indication of what could come in the following seasons, we [...]
Yesterday the Dodgers announced the May winners of the Dodger Pride Awards, which were created by GM Ned Colletti in 2008, and are given on a monthly basis to players at each level of the club’s minor league system who play the game with a hustling, smart, and aggressive style. The players and staff on [...]
Earlier today the Dodgers announced the remaining 41 selections from the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, including the club’s selections from the draft’s final 25 rounds. The Dodgers selected 17 pitchers (12 right-handers and five lefties), 11 infielders, eight outfielders and five catchers. They spent 25 picks on college players, 14 on high-schoolers, and two picks [...]