Vin Scully

It was another busy week for the Los Angeles Dodgers as Yasiel Puig was named Daily News’ Sportsman of the Year along with getting arrested for reckless driving in Florida. While fans are still waiting for a possible contract extension for Hanley Ramirez and the Masahiro Tanaka situation to get sorted out, there’s great excitement for this upcoming season. Although Vin Scully doesn’t want to make a prediction, he feels the Dodgers are going to be “very, very competitive” if they stay healthy.

Here are the biggest stories from the past week:

Dodgers Nation News

Dodgers are introducing lookout spots above the bullpens next season.

Todd Coffey would love to come back to Los Angeles.

Dodgers remain favorites for 25-year-old, Masahiro Tanaka.

With 12 pitchers on the roster, Chris Withrow May Be The Odd Man Out.

Hanley Ramirez may possibly receive $15 million per year

Dodgers are second best team in the league according to Buster Olney.

“The Beard” was chosen as the most fascinating athlete in 2014.

Vin Scully shares his excitement for the new season.

Yasiel Puig wins Daily News Sportsman of the Year. 

Dodgers release statement following Puig’s arrest.

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Dan Duangdao was a contributing writer for Dodgers Nation. Follow him on Twitter @DanDuangdao

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