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Dodgers News: Miguel Rojas Dislocates Finger In Winter League

At the conclusion of the 2014 season, which was his first in the Majors, Miguel Rojas was one of multiple Los Angeles Dodgers who began playing in a Winter League. Rojas returned to his native Venezuela to play for the Tiburones de La Guaira, however he's expected to miss some time with an injury according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com: Dodgers shortstop Miguel Rojas dislocated his left little finger while play ...

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Dodgers News: Mike Brito Named International Scout Of The Year

While many are awaiting word on trades and free agent signings at the Winter Meetings in San Diego, other baseball matters are also being tended to. It was announced Monday there weren't any inductees from the Hall of Fame Golden Era vote, which meant former Dodgers Gil Hodges was denied enshrinement for a second time and Maury Wills' first appearance on the ballot was unsuccessful. Whereas Hodges and Wills ...

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Maury Wills, Gil Hodges Fall Short Of Hall Of Fame Election

With the Winter Meetings beginning in San Diego, there was more than just trade talks and free agent rumors as there were a few players waiting to see if they were going to make the Hall of Fame. The Golden Era ballot included two former Dodgers in Maury Wills and Gil Hodges. While Hodges would be inducted posthumously, Wills had been waiting for the vote to see if he would finally make it into the Hall of ...

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Dodgers News: Andrew Friedman Calls Trade Rumors ‘Comical’

In joining the Los Angeles Dodgers after nine seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays, Andrew Friedman transitioned from being tasked to do more with less to do more with an abundance of resources. However, Friedman also inherited a roster with flaws, among them a crowded outfield and spotty group of relievers. In the weeks leading up to the Winter Meetings that begin Monday, the Dodgers have been linked to rumors ...

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Dodgers Nation Wishes Yasiel Puig A Happy 24th Birthday

On this date 24 years ago, Yasiel Puig was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba. He would spend 21 years in Cuba before he defected and sign a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Puig was able to defect and established residency in Mexico to be able to become a major league free agent. There's where the Dodgers scouts saw him and decided on making him their next international signing. On June 28, 2012, the Dodgers s ...

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Kershaw Wins Most Valuable Major Leaguer, Three Total GIBBY Awards

While the major awards have been given out and publications have named their All-2014 teams, MLB had yet to announce the winners for the 2014 Greatness In Baseball Yearly (GIBBY) Awards heading into Saturday. Collectively, the Los Angeles Dodgers had ties to 13 nominations in what was the 13th-annual GIBBY Awards with Clayton Kershaw and Yasiel Puig each appearing in three categories. However, the Dodgers d ...

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Kershaw, Puig Nominated For MLB Social Media Awards

While the awards season for all intents and purposes has come to an end, MLB has yet to announce the winners of the and second-annual Social Media Awards. Among the hardware Clayton Kershaw took home was a third Cy Young Award in four years and his first career MVP Award. Joining Kershaw as award winners were Adrian Gonzalez and Zack Greinke, who both won Rawlings Gold Glove Awards; Gonzalez also won a Fiel ...

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Yasiel Puig Named ‘MLB The Show 15′ Cover Athlete

Yasiel Puig's first full season with the Los Angeles Dodgers came with growing pains, highlights, his first All-Star appearance and ultimately a frustrating finish as he was on the bench for Game 4 of the National League Division Series. While the season didn't end on a high note for Puig and the Dodgers, he went on to play in the Japan All-Star Series and now has been named the cover athlete for Sony Plays ...

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Dodgers News: Fernando Valenzuela To Receive Othli Award

Of the several pitchers that had illustrious careers with the Los Angeles Dodgers, only one had a mania named after him. As a rookie in 1981, Fernando Valenzuela won 13 games, was named both the Rookie of the Year and Cy Young Award winner, and Fernandomania was born. In 11 seasons with the Dodgers, Valenzuela finished with a 141-116 record, was a six-time All-Star, and was named the NL Cy Young Award and N ...

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Dodgers Claim Catcher Ryan Lavarnway From Boston Red Sox

As the Los Angeles Dodgers await word from Jon Lester and continue to field calls on Matt Kemp, they moved forward Friday with yet another minor roster move. Days after Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi indicated he was open to utilizing a tandem behind the plate, the team announced they claimed catcher Ryan Lavarnway off waivers from the Boston Red Sox and designated Drew Butera for assignment. This mar ...

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