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    Dodgers Reportedly Sign Zach Neal to a Minor League Deal

    The Dodgers have reportedly signed right-handed pitcher Zach Neal to a minor-league deal per Ken Rosenthal. Neal has pitched 84 2/3 innings in the majors over the past two seasons with the Oakland A’s and has a 4.89 ERA with a 2-4 record. Neal has ties with general manager Farhan Zaidi from back when Zaidi […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Front Office Approached Red Sox About a Potential Trade Involving Yasiel Puig

    Alex Speier of the Boston Globe published an article this morning reporting that the Dodgers approached the Boston Red Sox earlier this offseason about a potential trade proposal that would involve Yasiel Puig in exchange for outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. this offseason. In the article, Speier notes that “multiple major league sources” were aware of […] More

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    Fan Reactions from the Three-Way Trade the Dodgers Made

    Earlier today the Dodgers made a three-way trade with the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox. The Dodgers traded number 13 prospect Trevor Oaks and left-handed reliever Luis Avilan in exchange for left-handed reliever Scott Alexander from Kansas City and minor league infielder Jake Peter from Chicago. The trade set off Twitter and here […] More

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    Dodgers Announce Full Coaching Staff

    The Dodgers announced their full coaching staff just 40 days away from pitchers and catchers reporting to kick off the 2018 season. The staff is lead by none other than Dave Roberts, who is in his third season as the Dodgers’ Manager and Rick Honeycutt who will officially be returning as the Dodgers’ Pitching Coach […] More

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    Dodgers Acquire Right-Handed Pitcher Dylan Baker

    Per Chris Cotillo of SB Nation, the Dodgers have acquired right-handed pitcher Dylan Baker from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. Dylan Baker will be turning 26 come Opening Day, and currently occupies the final spot on the Dodgers 40-man roster. Baker spent his first five seasons […] More

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    Why Dave Roberts Deserves to Be NL Manager of the Year

    On Monday afternoon, the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) announced the finalists to all of the MLB’s seasonal awards. The Dodgers have three finalists for three awards this season with Kenta Maeda (ROY), Corey Seager (MVP & ROY), and Dave Roberts (MOY). Seager is the arguably the unanimous Rookie of the Year, so that […] More

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    Why You Should Be Optimistic About Games 6 and 7

    The Dodgers awoke the beast that is the Cubs offense that has been MIA for all the postseason up until the past two games. The Dodgers find themselves in a 3-2 hole and on the road to close out the NLCS. The road to reach their first World Series since 1988 is all but ideal […] More

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    Why the Dodgers Aren’t Worried About Being NLCS Underdog

    After a monumental game five win against the Washington Nationals, the Los Angeles Dodgers shift their attention to baseball’s best team, Chicago Cubs. The Cubs finished the regular season with an MLB best 103 wins and got past the Giants in four games. It’s been a while since either team has been to the World […] More

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    Handing Out Dodgers End of Season Team Awards

    As we close out the final games of another eventful regular season, the Baseball Writers Association of America work to finalize their votes for MLB’s annual awards. Several analyst and reporters share their opinions on who will win the league awards, but not many give thoughts on team awards. Well, I thought it would be […] More

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    4th Time is Sweeter Than the Others

    At some point within the next few days the Dodgers will clinch their fourth consecutive NL West title. In fact, it’s certainly feasible that by the time you’re reading this, the Dodgers have already clinched the division. So the champagne may or may not have been popped already, nonetheless it would just be postponing the […] More

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    Should the Dodgers Pursue Zack Greinke?

    Rumors emerged earlier this week about the Dodgers possibly interested in a reunion with right-handed ace, Zack Greinke. The Dodgers need for starting pitching help has been well documented all season long having used 14 different starting pitchers this season. So it makes sense why the Dodgers would be interested in bringing Greinke back. But […] More

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    Why These Dodgers Will Make a Deeper Postseason Run Than Past Teams

    The Dodgers are on the road to their fourth consecutive playoff appearance and perhaps their fourth consecutive NL West title. Since a change of ownership before the 2012 season the Dodgers have made the playoffs in all but the first season, combining for a record of 431- 337 (.561). A surging second half has the […] More

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