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Dodgers Exceed Three Million Tickets Sold For 2015 Season

One reason Stan Kasten, Magic Johnson and the rest of the Guggenheim group bought the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2.15 billion in 2012 was to give the team's outstanding, loyal fans a winning product on the field. While the team has not yet won a World Series since the sale, they have won two consecutive division titles and are the favorite to win it again in 2015. To show their appreciation, the fans are once ...

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Dodger Stadium To Introduce Prepaid Parking Lanes For 2015

The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that they will providing prepaid parking lanes at Dodgers Stadium for the upcoming season in order to speed up the typically slow and strenuous parking process. There will be signage indicating these designated prepaid lanes, and the parking prices will be $10 if purchased in advanced or $20 at the gate. The stadium will also be offering premium parking in advance for ...

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Dodgers News: Andrew Friedman Believes Defense Can Be Elite

In 2014 the Los Angeles Dodgers as a team made 107 errors, which ranked 27th out of 30 Major League teams. That was in large due to shortstop Hanley Ramirez. Out of 21 qualified Major League shortstops, Ramirez ranked dead last with a .961 fielding percentage. New president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman emphasized improving the team's defense this offseason, and because of that Ramirez is now a mem ...

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Dodgers News: Jansen And Aardsma Discuss Pitching In the Ninth Inning

When one thinks of a closer, pitchers such as Arolids Chapman and Kenley Jansen come to mind; thick, strong, and powerful. However, what is often hidden from the fan's perspective is the mentality of closing a game and the mindset a pitcher must have with the game on the line. After transitioning from catcher to relief pitcher, Jansen has been a full-time closer for the Dodgers over the past two and a half ...

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Dodger Blogger Softball Tournament 2015

Want to play softball against some of your favorite Los Angeles Dodger blogs and other Dodger fans? Well, here's your chance! The LFP.com is hosting a softball tournament for charity that pits Dodger blogs and fans against each other. All proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Mission. Join Dodgers Nation and compete in a fun-filled day of softball and Dodger love. Visit LFP.com for all information regarding the ...

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Dodgers Win Second-Most World Series In Season Simulations

As the Spring Training days continue getting crossed off, the idea of a new season gets closer to becoming reality. For some teams, it may mean more of the same, which can be a positive or negative. And for others, hope may at last carry over onto the field. The Dodgers enter 2015 as back-to-back National League West division champions and once again facing high expectations. They've been projected to run a ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Brett Anderson Happy With Minor-League Start

For a team that's built on pitching, the Los Angeles Dodgers' starting rotation is arguably their biggest concern with Opening Day drawing closer. With injuries to Hyun-jin Ryu and a shortage of pitchers in the Minors who are big-league ready, the importance of a healthy and ready Brett Anderson has increased dramatically. This is why, on Tuesday, with the Dodgers having an off-day from Cactus League play, ...

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Dodgers News: Andrew Friedman Comfortable With Free Agent Signings

The Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to sign Cuban infielder Hector Olivera to a six-year, $62.5 million contract -- the deal is also said to include a team option at $1 million for a seventh year should Olivera require Tommy John surgery. Whether the life of the contract winds up at six or seven years, the deal represents the Dodgers' largest financial commitment under the new front office. It's also a lar ...

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Forbes Ranks Dodgers Second-Highest Most Valuable Team

The Los Angeles Dodgers are coming off two-consecutive National League West division titles, they unseated the New York Yankees for the highest payroll last season, were valued at $2 billion by Forbes, which was second behind the New York Yankees, and again begin the season with World Series aspirations. With the Dodgers on track to once more have the highest payroll in baseball, they also remain in second ...

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Dodgers News: Brandon League Scheduled For MRI On Right Shoulder

UPDATE (3/26):Brandon League underwent his MRI and will learn his results on Friday via Ken Gurnick of MLB.com: Brandon League will see Dr. ElAttrache tomorrow.— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) March 26, 2015 While they await his results, manager Don Mattingly doesn't see it as a light injury according to Bill Plunkett of the OC Register: #Dodgers mgr Don Mattingly on Brandon League's shoulder issue: ...

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Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Names Clayton Kershaw Clubhouse Leader

Every great team needs a great leader; A leader who sticks up for his teammates, leads by example, and never backs down from a challenge. There can be multiple players who are deemed leaders of a team, but one name tends to rise above the others. For the Los Angeles Dodgers, that person is Clayton Kershaw. Over the last few years, Kershaw has led the club on and off the field, and last season came to the de ...

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Diamondbacks Manager Chip Hale Says Dodgers Are Good At Talking

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks met for the first time this spring on Monday and it didn't take very long for some of the bad blood between the two teams to surface. Chris Anderson made his first Cactus League start of the year and battled some control issues in the first inning. Included in that was him unintentionally hitting Mark Trumbo. Justin Turner was then hit in the bottom of the fi ...

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Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw Impressed By Yasmani Grandal

The relationship between a pitcher and catcher is a special one. The catcher needs to know everything about a pitcher including what he prefers to throw in certain counts. Although Clayton Kershaw announced that he prefers A.J. Ellis over any other catcher, he has gotten to know the new arrival, Yasmani Grandal. Grandal was acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the trade that sent Matt Kemp to the San Dieg ...

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Matt Kemp Comments On Dodgers Current Outfield Situation

For the second straight spring, the Los Angeles Dodgers have a handful of capable starting outfielders for only three spots. Last year, that included outfielder Matt Kemp, who was traded to the San Diego Padres in December. Now that Kemp is gone, the Dodgers still have a crowd for the three outfield spots. While Yasiel Puig is cemented as a starter, Carl Crawford, Scott Van Slyke, Andre Ethier, Joc Pederson ...

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