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Dodgers News And Rumors: Outfield Trade Rumors Remain Hot Topic

One topic of discussion that has seemingly never subsided since Spring Training is the likeliness of the Los Angeles Dodgers trading away one of their outfielders. With the non-waiver trade deadline on July 31, rumors have been plentiful in recent days. The latest rumors have been centered around Matt Kemp. The outfielder has expressed his desire to return to center field, which doesn't appear to be somethi ...

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Dodgers Vs. Cardinals Recap: Offense Sputters In First Game Back

Dan Haren had a difficult end to the first half of the season and pointed to the All-Star break as time he'd use to regather himself. Haren's struggles continued as the St. Louis Cardinals jumped ahead in the first inning of Friday's game. Kolten Wong doubled in the left field corner and Matt Holliday hit an RBI double over Andre Ethier's head. After Haren struck out to lead off the third, Dee Gordon walked ...

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Dodgers Vs. Cardinals Preview: Haren Begins Tough Second Half Stretch

After an eventful All-Star break, the Los Angeles Dodgers embark on the second half of the season and are looking to begin it the way they ended the first half. At the conclusion of the first half, the Dodgers had the best record in the National League at 54-43 and now will face four consecutive series against perennial postseason teams. The Dodgers begin this test with a three-game series against the St. L ...

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Dodgers News: Justin Turner Reinstated, Carlos Triunfel Optioned

The second half of the season is set to kick off and the Los Angeles Dodgers are slowly getting healthy. Chone Figgins began a rehab assignment Thursday with the Albuquerque Isotopes and Carl Crawford returned from injury just before the All-Star break. According to the Dodgers official Twitter account, the team made a move today that brought back another injured role player: The #Dodgers today reinstated @ ...

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Dodgers News: Paco Rodriguez Recalled From Triple-A Albuquerque

Friday marks the start to the second half of the season for the Los Angeles Dodgers and it comes with positive news for Paco Rodriguez. After optioning Pedro Baez to Triple-A Albuquerque just prior to the All-Star Break, the Dodgers have filled the vacant roster spot by calling up Rodriguez, who was with the Isotopes. Rodriguez was part of the 30-man roster the Dodgers traveled with to Australia for their O ...

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TWC Representative Doesn’t Believe DirecTV Will Carry SportsNet LA

The second half of the Los Angeles Dodgers season begins Friday while the SportsNet LA distribution rights dispute continues to linger. To this point, aside from Time Warner Cable customers, Bright House Networks and Champion Broadband subscribers also have access to SportsNet LA. AT&T, Charter, DirecTV and a slew of other cable providers have yet to agree to terms to carry the Dodgers' exclusive network. T ...

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Dodgers News: Zack Greinke Has An Optimistic View Of Team’s Offense

Despite the various troubles the Los Angeles Dodgers have faced, they begin the second half of the season with the best record in the National League. This, with Yasiel Puig as the lone regular starter hitting over .300. Hanley Ramirez has been in and out of the lineup due to nagging injuries and though Adrian Gonzalez leads the team in home runs (14) and RBIs (60), he is hitting just .250 and endured a mon ...

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Dodgers News: Mattingly Says Team Can’t Always Rely On Strong Pitching

If the Los Angeles Dodgers are to maintain their lead in the National League West standings, Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and the rest of the starting rotation will likely have had a significant impact. Greinke and Kershaw have led the rotation with a combined 22-7 record. Hyun-Jin Ryu has been a steady No. 3 starter, and Josh Beckett and Dan Haren have ebbed and flowed with Beckett being the more producti ...

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Dodgers News And Rumors: Matt Kemp Open To Being Traded

Just as the second half of the season is set to start, more trade talk has risen to the forefront of any discussion involving the Los Angeles Dodgers. Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reported Matt Kemp would be open to being traded and his desire is to play every day. Kemp's agent, Dave Stewart, reiterated the outfielder's desire to return to center field. Moving Kemp back to center field is something manager D ...

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Dodgers Injury Update: Guerrero, Elbert And Figgins Continue Rehabbing

While utility infielder Justin Turner used the All-Star break to play a rehab assignment with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, another Los Angeles Dodger infielder also continues to make progress in his rehab. Sidelined since May after undergoing surgery to reattach a portion of his ear that was bitten off in the altercation with Miguel Olivo, Guerrero resumed physical activity in the final week of June at the ...

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