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    Dodgers: Los Angeles Adds Another Arm to Bullpen Depth

    Just hours after it was announced the Dodgers signed Jimmy Nelson to a one-year deal, Los Angeles added another arm. The team signed right-handed pitcher Edubray Ramos to a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring Training. Dodgers To Sign Edubray Ramos https://t.co/xnl0LBX9h6 pic.twitter.com/i6rWDgCZUe — MLB Trade Rumors (@mlbtraderumors) January 7, 2020 While Jimmy […] More

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    Dodgers: Red Sox Added As Part of MLB’s Sign Stealing Controversy

    The cheating scandal that rocked Major League Baseball (and the Dodgers) this offseason continues to expand. Originally, it was the Astros being investigated for using cameras and monitors to steal signs from teams. And now the Rex Sox are now coming under fire for tactics used to steal signs as well. MLB’s sign-stealing controversy broadens: […] More

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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Signs RHP Jimmy Nelson

    The Dodgers have added to their already extensive pitching depth today, signing RHP Jimmy Nelson. The seven-year veteran signed a one-year deal that includes an option, as reported on Tuesday morning. The Dodgers and Jimmy Nelson have agreed to a deal. It’s for one year plus a vesting mutual option. He’s guaranteed to make a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Inks Blake Treinen to One-Year Deal

    The Dodgers off-season moves look like they are finally rolling out. After missing out on Gerrit Cole Tuesday, Los Angeles signed reliever Blake Treinen to a one-year deal. Right-hander Blake Treinen is in agreement with the Los Angeles Dodgers on a one-year, $10 million deal, sources tell ESPN. Treinen had multiple offers in that range […] More

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    Dodgers News: Bellinger and Ryu Named to All-MLB Teams

    The Dodgers post-season accolades just keep piling up in 2019. It was announced today that Cody Bellinger and Hyun-jin Ryu were both named to the all-MLB teams as Los Angeles’ lone representatives. Cody Bellinger made the all-MLB first team and Hyun-Jin Ryu made the second team. — Jorge Castillo (@jorgecastillo) December 10, 2019 Cody Bellinger […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kristopher Negron Announces His Retirement

    Dodgers fans are now getting some clarity on why the team chose to release Kristopher Negrón. The 33-year-old utility player took to Twitter earlier today to officially announce his retirement from professional baseball. ?????? pic.twitter.com/h1J0mCLVXw — Kristopher Negrón (@KNegs17) November 12, 2019 The announcement comes as a bit of a surprise, especially given Negrón’s relatively […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Confirms Some Rookie Playoff Spots

    Dave Roberts made it clear that the Dodgers would not be where they are today without youth. He is is referring to the arrival of young guys like Tony Gonsolin, Will Smith, Matt Beaty, and Dustin May, to name a few. Roberts confirmed that at least a few of those guys will make the NLDS […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rich Hill to Start Game 4, Other Starters To Be Announced

    Packed into the media room at Dodgers Stadium, Dave Roberts started to address how the Dodgers are going to approach the playoffs. While rosters may not be set in stone, we do know that d is going to be the starter for game four, if it comes to that. Rich Hill is going to start […] More

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    Greatest Home Run Catch by a Fan in Dodger Stadium History

    Every baseball fan has dreamt of the day that they get the chance to catch a ball at the stadium. Over the last couple of years, we have seen some incredible fan catches. A personal favoite for me is fans holding their babies and making the one-handed grab. There is also the classic “catch it […] More

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    Dodgers: Los Angeles is About to Break Another Attendance Record

    Chavez Ravine is easily one of the best stadiums in baseball to visit. While it may not be THE stadium to visit, it certainly ranks among the top. Fans have been proving that for the last 6 years, as the Dodgers have topped attendance in Major League Baseball every year since 2013. In fact, the […] More

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    Dodgers’ Schedule: Los Angeles Has An Easy Path to October

    September is always a strange month in Major League Baseball. Young talent begins to show up after the minor league season and crowd up the clubhouse, teams that have been knocked out of contention start to pull their veterans, and playoff contenders really start to dig deep. The Dodgers, on the other hand, have the […] More

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