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Gil Hodges And Maury Wills Make Hall Of Fame ‘Golden Era’ Ballot

While current members of the Los Angeles Dodgers are up for various awards, two former players have the opportunity to be enshrined at Cooperstown. Gil Hodges and Maury Wills were named to the Hall of Fame Golden Era ballot Friday. The Golden Era vote is for players who made significant contributions from 1947-1972 and is rotated every three years for voting. Hodges was on the 2011 ballot, whereas this mark ...

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Adrian Gonzalez Wins Fielding Bible Award

While Adrian Gonzalez awaits the results to learn whether he'll win the fourth Gold Glove of his career, the Los Angeles Dodgers' first baseman was recognized for his defensive prowess Thursday. For the first time in his career, Gonzalez was one of 10 players to win a 2014 Fielding Bible Award. The publication also expressed surprise in Gonzalez's first time winning the award and called him the best first b ...

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Kershaw, Puig Among Dodgers GIBBY Awards Nominees

While some publications have recognized players for their play in 2014, award season has yet to swing into motion. Sporting News named Clayton Kershaw the player of the year, which was an honor he was also bestowed with by Baseball America. Sporting News also placed Kershaw on their All-Star team, along with teammate Dee Gordon. Kershaw and Gordon are among seven Dodgers who are nominated for a GIBBY (Great ...

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Dodgers News: Dan Haren Exercises 2015 Option

With the World Series reaching Game 7, the official start to free agency came on the last day possible. For the Los Angeles Dodgers, they entered the offseason with seven free agents, though Josh Beckett has opted for retirement One player not on the list of free agents but conceivably in position to be was Dan Haren. The veteran right-hander held a $10 million option for 2015, which the Dodgers announced T ...

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MLB Free Agents List: Lester, Scherzer Headline Pitchers Available

With the San Francisco Giants winning their third World Series in five years, the 2014 MLB season officially came to an end Wednesday. While the closing of the season means no more baseball until Spring Training, it marks the start of free agency. As of Thursday, there are 121 free agents and the group includes both starting and relief pitchers that could land lucrative contracts. Among them is Jon Lester, ...

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Dodgers Rumors: Chad MacDonald Possible Front Office Hire?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been busy since their Game 4 loss in the NLDS, but not regarding the players on the field. They removed Ned Colletti from his general manager position, lost Logan White to the San Diego Padres and hired Andrew Friedman to become President of Baseball Operations. Friedman's first job has become to find a general manager for the NL West champions. Josh Byrnes has been rumored as a ...

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Corey Seager Named To Arizona Fall League All-Star Team

After a successful season with High-A Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Chattanooga, Corey Seager continued his season with the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League. Seager earned California League MVP honors for his time with the Quakes and he didn't slow down once joining the Lookouts, hitting .345/.381/.534 with 27 RBIs in his first experience at the Double-A level. In 13 games with the Desert Dod ...

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Dodgers News: Logan White To Take Job With San Diego Padres

UPDATE (Oct. 27, 6:15 p.m. PT): The San Diego Padres formally announced the hire of Logan White as senior advisor to the general manager/pro scouting director. According to the official press release, White will be the head of Padres' scouting and player acquisition: In his role with the Padres, White will be responsible for overseeing all of the organization’s professional scouting efforts and player acqui ...

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Dodgers Nation Week In Review: October 20 – October 26

When the Los Angeles Dodgers introduced Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations, speculation arose concerning Joe Maddon potentially becoming the next Dodger manager. Friedman voiced his commitment to Don Mattingly, who has held the position since 2011, during the introductory press conference and further emphasized the decision when Maddon opted out of his contract with the Tampa Bay Rays Frida ...

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Mattingly Intrigued By Dodgers Ranking In Use Of Analytics

After two years with a substantial payroll and being unable to get past the St. Louis Cardinals, the Los Angeles Dodgers were in need of a change. As far as power moves go, the Dodgers certainly turned heads when they hired Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations. Friedman of course is credited with getting the Tampa Bay Rays out of obscurity as he routinely accomplished more with less. With an ...

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