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    Dodgers: Former Outfielder Carl Crawford Arrested in Texas

    Former Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford made the news earlier last month when two people drowned at him home. Per the report, a child had jumped into the pool at this house in Houston.  Crawford released a statement following the drownings.  The tragic events that occurred at my home will be with me forever. Iā€™m at […] More

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    MLB: Scott Boras Fires Back at Owners’ Claims

    MLB and the Player’s Union are at a stalemate, with neither side willing to budge at the moment. On one hand, you have the players who would like to make more money by playing more games. Ownership wants nothing to do that proposal.  When the MLBPA present their 114-game proposal to the owners this week, […] More

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    Dodgers Pay Tribute to George Floyd With Stadium Lights

    Protests have flooded the streets of every major city across the United States in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. From New York to Los Angeles, people took to the streets to make sure that their voices were head. But on Wednesday night, there was more silence than there has been in a […] More

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    Dodgers: Dave Roberts Feels a 50 Game Season Come With Obstacles

    The MLB tried to come together with the Player’s Association on the terms of a season, but that remains a struggle. While MLBPA was shooting for 114 games, the owners fired back with a seemingly absurd 50 game offer. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts spoke with SportsNetLA about what that short of a season might look […] More

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    Dodgers: Former GM Fred Claire Names His First Priority in MLB’s Labor Dispute

    Fred Claire was the last Dodgers’ General Manager to win a World Series title in Los Angeles. That’s about all you really need to know about him to understand that his opinion absolutely matters in all baseball-related issues. Aside from that, Claire also happens to be one of the most intelligent, compassionate people that I […] More

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    MLB: Players Reportedly Agree to Realignment of Divisions for 2020

    While MLB and the Player’s Union still struggle to meet in the middle on financial details, the season schedule is starting to take shape. The MLBPA sent over their counterproposal to league owners this weekend, asking for a 114-game season.  The MLB owners came back as recently as yesterday, saying that the league would actually […] More

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    Dodgers: Dave Roberts Speaks Up on Protests and Racism in America

    Dave Roberts is the first black manager in the history of the Dodgers franchise. As such, people often look to Doc for his wisdom and experience in the racial divide in the United States. The LA Times’ Jorge Castillo hopped on a call with Dave this week, in the wake of protests across the country.  […] More

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    Advice For Getting COVID-19 Testing Done at Dodger Stadium

    Dodger Stadium is now one of the largest testing locations for COVID-19 in all of California. With the ability to test over 6000 people a day, it is far and away the most efficient center in Los Angeles, and likely the state. Are you planning on going to Dodger Stadium soon for testing? If so, […] More

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    Dodgers: 2020 All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium Might Not be Dead After All

    The baseball world will hold it’s breath this week as MLB made it clear that it was looking for a much shorter season on Monday. After receiving the player’s union request for a 114-game regular season, MLB came back and said it was looking in the 50-60 game range with full prorated salaries being paid. […] More

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    MLB Owners Counter With a Very Short Season Proposal

    The contentious labor dispute between MLB and the Players Union took a small step forward today as the owners respond to the union’s offer. The MLBPA had been looking for a 114-game season with deferred salaries, and the owners have turned that down. The good news is that the owners in MLB are willing to […] More

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    Dodgers: Former GM Convinced Mookie Betts Will Stay in LA

    One of the biggest worries for Dodgers fans, other than the obvious loss of a baseball season, lies with their newest superstar. Mookie Betts could potentially become a free agent after the 2020 season, regardless of whether or no any games are played.  The good news is that many in baseball feel the Dodgers will […] More

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