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After signing Clayton Kershaw and losing out on the Masahiro Tanaka sweepstakes, the Los Angeles Dodgers are getting ready for the upcoming season that begins in Sydney, Australia. The organization recently unveiled new alternate road jerseys that’ll be worn against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia and a new slogan for 2014: “Live. Breathe. Blue.”

After much speculation, Michael Young ultimately decided to retire to spend more time with his children. With Young’s retirement, the Dodgers will rely on A.J. Ellis to provide more leadership after he avoided arbitration and signed a one-year deal worth $3.55 million.

With GM Ned Colletti looking to sign another infielder, here are the biggest stories from this past week:

Sandy Koufax presents Clayton Kershaw with NL Cy Young Award

Vin Scully says he never raced Jackie Robinson on ice skates

Michael Young likely to return if he doesn’t retire

Boston Red Sox CEO questions Dodgers’ spending habits

Padded pitchers’ caps are approved by the MLB

Reckless driving charges dropped for Yasiel Puig

Dodgers unveil alternate road jerseys that will be worn in Australia

Michael Young decides to retire to spend more time at home 

Dodgers release new slogan for 2014: “Live. Breathe. Blue.”

Yasiel Puig says he’s “sorry to all of Los Angeles”

A.J. Ellis avoids arbitration, signs one-year deal 

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

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