Well, after watching their NL West rivals make acquisition after acquisition, the Dodgers were involved in a big transaction of their own today. See who they got, how people around the league view the trade, and more in today’s Credits.

Dodgers Nation

Dodgers Local | Blogs

  • Eric Stephen reviews Joc Pederson’s 2015 season. [True Blue LA]
  • Former Laker Mychal Thompson reacts to his son being traded to the Dodgers. [LA Times]
  • The three-way trade opens up more questions about the Dodgers. [LA Times]

Dodgers National

  • Even though some executives were impressed by what the Dodgers got in the trade, one writer doesn’t think they did so well. [Sports Illustrated]
  • Kike Hernandez trolled everyone while the trade details were being unveiled. [Sports Illustrated]
  • After the Giants signed Johnny Cueto, the Dodgers have “backed into a corner by West rivals”. [USA Today]
The Dodgers Were Right To Pass on Cueto

 

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One Response

  1. DodgerBlues

    That trade that sent Matt Kemp and brought in Yasmani Grandal and two prospects is looking better and better. 

    Joc Pederson was basically another byproduct of that trade and I hope they keep him long-term to be the Dodgers’ future middle of the order slugger. 

    It’s unfortunate that Puig has become a huge distraction and won’t be part of the Dodgers’ future plans. Pederson, Seager and Puig would have been crazy. But I will settle with Seager and Pederson.

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