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    Dodgers: Bill Shaikin Breaks Down the Cost of Attending a Dodger Game

    Almost every fan remembers their first Dodger game, the unforgettable atmosphere and excitement that surrounded going to the game. Many of us were young children when our early experiences at Chavez Ravine hooked us for life, but according to Bill Shaikin of the LA Times, that may no longer be a possibility for kids of […] More

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    Dodgers: JT Chargois Signs with Rakuten Eagles

    JT Chargois is headed to Sendai. The 29-year-old reliever has signed with the Rakuten Eagles of Nippon Professional Baseball’s Pacific League one day after being released by the Dodgers. ???????Chargois??????????????? ????????? https://t.co/NPp28ML6Hq pic.twitter.com/xhOTxxsKeE — ?????? (@baseball_m2) December 29, 2019 Chargois signed with the Dodgers in 2018 after debuting with the Minnesota Twins, although he mostly […] More

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    Dodgers: MLB Writer Names Clayton Kershaw Next Likeliest LA Hall of Famer

    In a recent article on MLB.com, reporter Will Leitch identified a current player from each club most likely to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame. While he iterated that his list doesn’t exactly mean he thinks they are a lock for Cooperstown, he is simply giving each team’s next best shot. While the list […] More

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    Former Dodgers Star Adrián Gonzalez Talks Relationship with Yasiel Puig

    Former Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez recently sat down with Kristine Leahy and discussed topics such as the Astros sign stealing, being traded five times in his career, and his relationship with Yasiel Puig. Gonzalez arrived in LA in 2012, one year before Puig’s major league debut in which he instantly became a fan favorite. […] More

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    Dodgers Players Send David Freese a Retirement Gift

    David Freese may have a World Series title as a Cardinal, but he retired a Dodger and is still feeling the LA love from his former teammates. Per his Instagram, Justin Turner had been hinting at him to expect a gift that both he and his son Kai could play. That gift ended up being […] More

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    Dodgers are Favorites to Land Francisco Lindor, According to SportsLine

    SportsLine, a sportsbooking website, set their odds for which team Cleveland Indians infielder Francisco Lindor would play with on Opening Day, with the Dodgers having the best odds at +200. Which team will be Francisco Lindor be playing with on Opening Day 2020? Dodgers +200Indians +300Yankees +600Reds +800Padres +1000Mets +1500Field +2000 Via @SportsLine Oddsmakers — […] More

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    Dodgers: Gavin Lux Talks Trade Rumors with David Vassegh

    Gavin Lux stopped by Dodger Talk with David Vassegh for AM 570 on Friday and discussed a range of topics from growing up in Wisconsin to building strength in the minor leagues, to seeing his name pop up in trade rumors this off-season. Lux admitted that although he views teams asking for him as a […] More

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    ESPN Identifies Dodgers Biggest, Best and Worst Signings of the Decade

    The Dodgers were defined by regular season success and postseason failure throughout the 2010s. They won seven consecutive NL West titles from 2013-2019 and advanced to two World Series in 2017 and 2018, falling short of a championship each time. They have also been notoriously frugal on the free agent market in recent years under […] More

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    Dodgers Off-Season: Hyun-Jin Ryu in Talks with Angels

    Hyun-Jin Ryu had a stellar 2019 season and although the Cy Young runner-up wasn’t considered in the top tier of this year’s free agents, he is still expected to land a contract in the neighborhood of $20 million per year. It’s been questioned how committed the Dodgers are to keeping Ryu, but Maria Torres of […] More

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    Dodgers Revive Popular Shirt Poking Fun at Angels of Anaheim

    When Angels owner Arte Moreno announced he was changing his team’s name from the Anaheim Angels to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, it sparked a major backlash from fans of both the Angels and Dodgers, and from then-Dodgers owner Frank McCourt as well. McCourt complained to then-commissioner Bud Selig, who reportedly told McCourt that […] More

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    Dodgers: MLB Insider Talks Lack of Winter Meetings Bombshell Move for LA

    After a bunch of hype leading up to the winter meetings for the Dodgers, they came away with almost nothing. They were outbid by the Yankees for Gerrit Cole and spurned by Anthony Rendon for Orange County. It’s starting looking like another relatively quiet offseason for the Dodgers, and MLB.com columnist Richard Justice went on […] More

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