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Dodgers News: Mattingly Not Worried About Maddon Speculation

After the Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated in the NL Division Series by the St. Louis Cardinals, there was the expectation changes would follow. There was speculation Ned Colletti's status as general manager was in question, while manager Don Mattingly appeared to be in better standing. The speculation turned to fact when the Dodgers hired Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations, though Colle ...

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Kershaw, Gordon Named To Sporting News 2014 All-Star Team

Clayton Kershaw was unable to solve the St. Louis Cardinals in the seventh inning of Games 1 and 4 of the NLDS and it cost both the left-hander and Los Angeles Dodgers. While Kershaw's latest postseason troubles added to the notion he's not capable of winning the big game. Despite the disappointing end to the 2014 season, the Dodger ace put together one of the more impressive regular seasons and the recogni ...

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Clayton Kershaw Named Baseball America’s Player Of The Year

Despite struggling in the seventh innings of two separate postseason games, Los Angeles Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw is still considered the best pitcher in baseball. After a season in which he won his fourth straight ERA title and led the league in wins, Kershaw garnered talk of not only Cy Young, but also MVP. Even though he missed a month with a muscle strain, the left-hander managed to go 21-3 with a ...

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Dodgers Nation Week In Review: October 13 — October 19

The Los Angeles Dodgers wasted no time moving forward following their playoff elimination. After spending years as the Tampa Bay Rays’ general manager, Andrew Friedman agreed to join the Dodgers on Tuesday and became the team’s president of baseball operations. Friedman was officially introduced Friday during a press conference. With his move, Ned Colletti took a new role as senior advisor to the president. ...

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Dodgers News: Corey Seager Learning From Kyle’s Experiences

Corey Seager is only 20-years-old and has yet to advance past Double-A, but is already being counted on to play a key role for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Seager plays shortstop, which soon could be a position of need for the Dodgers dependent on how Hanley Ramirez's free agency unfolds. While Seager likely won't be the replacement at short in 2015 if Ramirez signs elsewhere, his Major-League debut should come ...

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Andre Ethier Inducted Into Arizona State Hall Of Fame

Andre Ethier spent much of the 2014 season on the outside looking in. He began the year as a starting outfielder, then replaced Matt Kemp in center field before being relegated to a role off the bench as manager Don Mattingly settled on a outfield regularly consisted of Kemp, Carl Crawford and Yasiel Puig. Ethier called it his most humbling season but to his credit, put his frustration aside for the betterm ...

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Andrew Friedman Discusses Dodgers Bullpen And Outfield (VIDEO)

Although the hire was announced Tuesday, it wasn't until Friday that the Los Angeles Dodgers formally introduced president of baseball operations, Andrew Friedman. After spending 10 years with the Tampa Bay Rays and resisting offers from other organizations, Friedman made the decision to head west and now faces the challenge of bringing a World Series back to Los Angeles. Along with needing to help the team ...

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Andrew Friedman Passes On Moneyball Label, Values Information

With the hiring of Andrew Friedman as the president of baseball operations, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been lauded for prying one of baseball's top executives out of Tampa Bay. The Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim failed in their pursuit of Friedman, but the resources that the Guggenheim Baseball Partners offer was perhaps too much to turn down for the 37-year-old. Friedman's position in the ...

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Andrew Friedman Press Conference In Full (VIDEOS)

On Friday, the Los Angeles Dodgers formally introduced president of baseball operations, Andrew Friedman, who after 10 years with the Tampa Bay Rays, finally accepted the offer to join another organization. Friedman discussed the excitement he has for the challenge that lies ahead and considers himself fortunate to be working for a team with a rich history. He also stated manager Don Mattingly would return ...

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Andrew Friedman Big On Winning, Believes Chemistry Follows

Over the course of the last two seasons as the Los Angeles Dodgers won two NL West division titles there weren't questions regarding the team's talent. There were however, questions as to how well the players meshed together and if positive chemistry existed. There were rumblings last season Yasiel Puig's stumbles along the way rubbed some the wrong way, and it was Puig who Matt Kemp shouted at in the dugou ...

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