There was quite a bit going on today in the world of the Los Angeles Dodgers. News topics ranged from Andrew Friedman and his plan for team not being appealing for some fans, Corey Seager’s value, and a whole lot more. So enjoy today’s Dodgers Credits!
- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara visited Dodger Stadium.
- The team signed veteran right-hander Jamey Wright to a minor league contract.
- Vin Scully isn’t just going to call the season finale, but also the regular season opener.
- Per the Los Angeles Times, fans and Andrew Friedman don’t see eye-to-eye.
- Shortstop Corey Seager, despite not playing a full season, is one of baseball’s top assets.
- Greg Maddux is special assistant of baseball operations, but he’s also here to help.
- Could outfielder Carl Crawford be cut to ease the logjam out in left field?
- This season, the team hopes to lean on the depth of the roster, according to our Jeremy Evans.
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- Joc Pederson is hoping to put his second half struggles behind him. [Orange County Register]
- Kenta Maeda threw his second official bullpen session yesterday. [Dodgers.MLB.com]
- Manager Dave Roberts is encouraged by progress from Maeda and Hyun-jin Ryu. [TWC SportsNet]
- Young pitchers Julio Urias and Jose De Leon showed off their stuff. [Los Angeles Times]
- A new video came out about as a preview for Dodgers Spring Training. [Los Angeles Times]
- Have no fear, Justin Tucker is “locked” into third base this season. [True Blue LA]
- 17-year old signee Omar Estevez is expected to begin his career stateside soon. [CBS Sports]
- Julio Urias has to decide between Mexico and the Dodgers fairly soon. [MLB.com]
- Pedro Baez could be a bit of key to the team’s 2016 bullpen success. [Today’s Knuckleball]
- An upbeat Yasiel Puig is a good sign as camp kicks off. [ESPN]
- Entering his final season, try to appreciate Vin Scully one last time. [Beyond The Box Score]
- Corey Seager was one of the 7 surprises to watch for in Spring Training. [Bleacher Report]
- The Spring Training preview for the National League West is out. [Sports Illustrated]