We are 15 days away from the Dodgers’ Opening Day contest against the Padres in San Diego, and Los Angeles’ roster continues to be trimmed down. The pitching rotation is set and the lineup is starting to take shape. Read about that and more in today’s “best stories of the week” version of Dodgers Credits:

Dodgers Nation

Dodgers Local | Blogs

  • Brandon Beachy hasn’t been effective in Spring Training, but is still an intriguing rotation option for the Dodgers. [True Blue LA]
  • Cody Bellinger’s impressive spring is encouraging for his and the team’s future. [Dodgers Digest]
  • Mike Bolsinger, who was just named as the team’s fifth starter, was scratched from his latest start due to abdominal tightness, potentially turning the Dodgers’ rotation into a temporary mess. [True Blue LA]

Dodgers National

  • The Dodgers are the “deepest team in baseball”. [Today’s Knuckleball]
  • Trayce Thompson is trying to make the most out of his opportunity with the Dodgers. [ESPN]
  • Apparently people really don’t like Dodger fans. [FOX Sports]
NEXT: Alex Wood Not Concerned About His Injury

 

6 Responses

  1. LeanneMclachlanBrown

    Excepting the great Clayton Kershaw, and Kenta Maeda, all starting pitchers jobs are in jeopardy. Dodgers…..you are wasting Kershaw’s prime years!
    I hope I am proved wrong!…………,,Please!

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  2. Michael Norris

    Well all that so called DEPTH has disappeared fast. I feel bad for Lee because the kid had 1 bad spring outing. Otherwise he was solid. Bolsinger hurt, Anderson Ryu and McCarthy worthless at this juncture. Urias is really too young and inexperienced to throw in there. Beachy hurting. Frias is a viable option…..trade rumors anyone?

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  3. CraigTheroff

    I would hope the Dodgers would get serious.  I don’t think Kazmir is viable number 2 starter.  He looks like another low lever number 5.  He could be another Jason Schmidt (47 million).  Hell, beyond Kershaw and Meada every one of ’em is a low level number 5.  What they need is a number two and their heads are not nearly in it as they continue to fool around.  All those predictions about them winning the N.L. West are being revoked.  A lot of ugliness and a lot of bleeding in the near future for the Dodgers.  Will the F.O. care or let it bleed?

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