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Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw And Mike Trout Reflect On 2014 Matchup

When the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Los Angeles Dodgers began their Freeway Series at Chavez Ravine last August, some pegged it as a World Series preview. The Angels defeated Zack Greinke in the first game, then were charged with the task of facing Clayton Kershaw the following night. With both teams boasting rosters with a bevy of star players, Kershaw and Mike Trout reigned two of the predominant n ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Peralta & Ryu Scheduled For Bullpen Sessions

UPDATE (March 2, 10:00 a.m. PT): While inclement weather forced some Los Angeles Dodgers to workout indoors, Joel Peralta and Hyun-Jin Ryu threw their respective bullpen sessions as expected, via David Vassegh of AM 570: Peralta and Ryu throwing bullpen session with light rain falling #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/Lm8bvRNMpS— David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) March 2, 2015 With the Los Angeles Dodgers four days ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Steve Yeager Praises Yasmani Grandal

With a new front office regime in place, the Los Angeles Dodgers' roster underwent sweeping changes over the course of the offseason. Generally viewed as their biggest move, the Dodgers packaged a resurgent and fan-favorite Matt Kemp with Tim Federowicz to the San Diego Padres for Yasmani Grandal and two pitching prospects. At 26 years old, Grandal not only represents a younger option at catcher than A.J. E ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Alex Guerrero Spends Time At Third Base

It's been one long year for Alex Guerrero since he first joined the Los Angeles Dodgers in Spring Training. At the time, Guerrero, signed a four-year, $28 million contract, entered camp under the expectation that he would win the second-base job. Instead, Dee Gordon took hold of the competition and never relented. Outside of a pinch-hit appearance in the Dodgers' second game of the Opening Series in Austral ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Kershaw Reacts To Uribe’s Home Run

Saturday morning at Camelback Ranch meant players were present for annual photo day and soon after, Clayton Kershaw throwing roughly two innings worth of live batting practice to his teammates. Kershaw faced a group of the three batters -- Adrian Gonzalez, Justin Turner and Juan Uribe. As expected, the reigning National League MVP racked up multiple strikeouts during the session, but was also taken deep by ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Erik Bedard To Start Cactus League Opener

In each of the last two seasons, Clayton Kershaw has taken the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers' first game of Spring Training and suffered a loss. With the Dodgers looking to win their first Spring Training opener since 2012, it won't be with Kershaw starting. Instead, manager Don Mattingly is electing to go with another left-hander in Erik Bedard, according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com: Bedard starts first ...

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Matt Duffy Believes He May ‘Hate The Dodgers’ More Than Giants Fans Do

Dating back to when they were the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants, there's been little love lost in the storied rivalry of the two franchises. Both clubs moved from the greater New York area to California in the same year, as mandated at the time by MLB, that put greater distance between them, no longer a subway ride away, but the disdain remained. Adding an interesting element to the longtime rivalry ...

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Dodgers News: Sandy Koufax Discusses Front Office Dynamic

With the Los Angeles Dodgers beginning their full-roster workouts earlier this week, a couple of former Dodgers also made the trip to Arizona and visited the team during Spring Training; Sandy Koufax, Tommy Lasorda, and Eric Karros stopped by Camelback Ranc and watched as the players participated in their respective workouts. This year's Spring Training marks the first one under the new front office headed ...

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Dodgers News: Andrew Friedman Admits To Being ‘A Little’ Scared

When the Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated in the National League Division Series, once more at the hands of the St. Louis Cardinals, changes were expected. The question was who would exit and who would enter. The disappointing postseason trip for a second-straight season spurred a seismic front office overhaul. Most notably, the recruitment and successful luring of Tampa Bay Rays general manager Andrew F ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: Sandy Koufax Reflects On Short Career

Few franchises get to have an icon of the magnitude of Dodgers pitching legend Sandy Koufax walk around their facilities during Spring Training. Whether it's dispersing knowledge to young prospects, providing insight to Dodgers management or just entertaining fans with stories from his era, his presence is a delight to have around the team. In an interview with Jon Weisman of Dodger Insider, the 79-year-old ...

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Dodgers Spring Training Recap: Jansen Gets A Boot, Ryu Plays Catch

With the start of Spring Training games drawing closer, the Los Angeles Dodgers continue to deal with injuries to multiple players on their roster. Kenley Jansen's has been known since before the start of camp and though he's expected to be out at least until the end of April, he's managed to get some form of a workout in since reporting to Spring Training. On multiple occasions, Jansen has thrown off one f ...

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Dodgers News: Kenley Jansen Fitted For Boot On Left Foot

After undergoing surgery on his left foot Feb. 17, Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen continues to make steady progress in his recovery. The original estimates for a return were slated to be around eight to 12 weeks, but Jansen did state he expects to come back sooner. The 27 year old arrived at Camelback Ranch a few days after pitchers and catchers reported, and though he's on the mend, has managed t ...

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Dodgers Spring Training: David Aardsma Looking For Stability

The term "journeyman" in sports is a relatively loose description applied to players who have failed to latch on with one team for a handful of seasons in their career. In baseball circles, its definition is particularly difficult to define because essentially every player in the game has traveled the road from rookie ball to the Majors with multiple stops along the way. But there is the road traveled by th ...

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Former Dodgers Outfielder Juan Pierre Announces Retirement

After a 14-year career with over 2,000 hits and more than 600 stolen bases, Juan Pierre retired on Friday. Pierre broke into the Majors with the Colorado Rockies in 2000 and spent the first three years of his career with the club. The 37-year-old, who didn't play last season, confirmed the news late Friday morning on his Twitter account: Thanks for all the tweets keep them coming it's true today I'm ...

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