The Dodgers have faced their share of injuries this spring, but it has taught us something about the team’s roster. Plus, some not-so-good news about Hyun-Jin Ryu’s return came out of Dodgers’ camp today. Read about that and more in today’s Dodgers Credits:

Dodgers Nation

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  • Fifty years ago, Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale started a salary holdout that would change baseball forever. [LA Times]
  • Jamey Wright retired, plus the Dodgers cut a few players to get their roster down to 38 players. [Dodgers Digest]
  • Louis Coleman is looking comfortable in the Dodgers bullpen. [OC Register]

Dodgers National

  • Here are some reasons why one could be both optimistic and pessimistic about the upcoming season. [ESPN]
  • Joel Sherman thinks this Dodgers season will be “utterly epic”, but isn’t sure in which direction. [New York Post]
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