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    Dodgers News: Major League Minimum Salary to Increase in 2020

    Some good news came out for major leaguers playing on the league minimum salary this week as the MLB League Office has announced the increase of the baseline salary in Major League Baseball. Under Major League Baseball’s collective bargaining agreement with the players’ association, the minimum was $535,000 in 2017, $545,000 in 2018 and $555,000 […] More

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    Dodgers, MLB Affected by 2020 Injured List Changes

    Everyone in baseball knows that the Dodgers are the masters of manipulation when it comes to the injured list. They frequently place pitchers on the IL who are not injured as a means of getting them rest. Moreover, it allows the club to get a fresh arm on the active roster. The organization will never […] More

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    Dodgers: Jeren Kendall Named Best Athlete in Minor League System

    Jeren Kendall is starting to come around as a legit prospect for the Dodgers. After being selected in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft, Kendall disappointed evaluators, but the talent was always there. The Dodgers knew what they were getting when they drafted him — an insane athlete with speed and power and […] More

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    Dodgers: Kenta Maeda Currently Unhappy with Role on Team

    Kenta Maeda has been a reliable arm for the Dodgers since he came here from overseas. He gets undervalued consistently and many believe he is just a typical fifth starter — that is not the case. Maeken is a genuinely good pitcher who would be a number three on most clubs, shown by his outstanding […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Friedman Discusses Corey Seager’s Future with Team

    Andrew Friedman took the time to talk to the media during the GM Meetings at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia, where he fielded questions with a ton of variance. He discussed many things, among them being shortstop Corey Seager’s future in Los Angeles. Andrew Friedman is pushing back against the thought that […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Friedman Names Current 2020 Starting Rotation

    The Dodgers are set to have numerous arms vying for a spot in the Opening Day rotation for 2020, but as always, there are only five available spots. According to Andrew Friedman, the club has identified their five primary options as the roster currently stands: Andrew Friedman reiterated that the Dodgers plan on having Julio […] More

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    Dodgers: Ownership Not Forcing Andrew Friedman to Stay Under Luxury Tax

    This is some excellent news. With arguably the biggest offseason ahead for the Dodgers, it appears that they are poised to spend. The Dodgers’ ownership group, vaguely referred to as Guggenheim Baseball Management, has forced Andrew Friedman’s hand in past seasons in terms of staying below the luxury tax. The Dodgers barely stayed under this […] More

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    Dodgers News: Hyun-Jin Ryu Finishes Second in Cy Young Voting

    The day has finally come. We now know who the winner of the NL Cy Young Award is. It is not Hyun-Jin Ryu. 2019 NL Cy Young: Jacob deGrom. Full voting details: https://t.co/x2Hbeatvt6 — BBWAA (@officialBBWAA) November 13, 2019 deGrom Wins Instead of Hyun-Jin Ryu, the winner of the 2019 NL Cy Young was New […] More

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    Dodgers Triple-A Hitting Coached Hired Away by Chicago White Sox

    The Dodgers have been rumored to possibly lose multiple members of their major league front office, coaching staff, and roster. However, we know for certain that a  minor league hitting coach for the Dodgers will be heading on to greener pastures. According to White Sox vice president and general manager Rick Hahn, the Sox have […] More

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