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    Former Dodgers Shortstop Rafael Furcal Retires After 14 Seasons

    The exceptional career of a former Los Angeles Dodger has come to an end, as shortstop Rafael Furcal announced his retirement from professional baseball after 14 MLB seasons. The 37-year-old, who played for the Atlanta Braves, Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins, signed a Minor League contract with the Kansas City Royals in March, […] More

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    Dodgers, White Sox Set To Host Fantasy Camp At Camelback Ranch

    If you think your opportunity to experience the life of a Major League Baseball player has come and gone, chances are, you’re right. At this point, depending on your age and skills, that ship may have sailed long ago. However, beginning in January, there will be a way for folks get as close as possible […] More

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    Dodgers News: Honeycutt Says Greinke And Kershaw Push One Another

    If Major League Baseball general managers were asked to put together the best one-two punch they could at the top of their starting rotation, chances are many would pick Los Angeles Dodgers starters Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke. With four Cy Young Awards and one MVP trophy between them, along with the fact that one […] More

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    Preview: Clayton Kershaw Looks For Redemption Against Rockies

    One day after losing a rare heartbreaker at home, the Los Angeles Dodgers look to get back in the win column as they square off with the Colorado Rockies for the second of their four-game series. Clayton Kershaw look to right the ship from an individual standpoint, taking the mound against the Rockies for the […] More

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    Dodgers Independence Day And Memorial Day Hats (PHOTOS)

    There is no way there will be a consensus among Los Angeles Dodgers fans over this. Every season for the past several years, in keeping with tradition, Major League Baseball releases their Independence Day hats. These hats, which always incorporate the American flag in some way, are more divisive than a debate on whether Pete […] More

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    Dodgers Video: Mike Bolsinger Laughs Off Giancarlo Stanton Home Run

    Please enable Javascript to watch this video From an outside perspective, it seems as if the Los Angeles Dodgers are simply plugging in starting pitchers to the backend of their rotation until one pans out. After a first month of the season in which they started a total of nine different pitchers, there is a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Andre Ethier Credits Success To Strong Mentality

    After Andre Ethier went 5-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 11-1 thumping of the Miami Marlins it’s easy to forget that in February, the two-time All-Star’s status with the team for the 2015 season was up in the air. Amid ongoing rumors that he was on the trading […] More

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    Greinke Looks To Remain Perfect, Gordon Returns To Dodger Stadium

    After an overall successful road trip in which the Los Angeles Dodgers won their final three games to go 4-2 over the six-game stretch, they return to Dodger Stadium Monday night to face the Miami Marlins for the first of a three-game series. The Dodgers (20-10) lead the National League West by 4.5 games and […] More

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    Dodgers News: Jansen Nears Return After Back-To-Back Appearances

    Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen has yet to see a Major-League mound since undergoing surgery to remove a growth on a bone in his left foot Feb. 17. Jansen began a rehab assignment May 1 with High-A Rancho Cucamonga, pitching one scoreless inning while surrendering a hit and striking out one. On Sunday, however, […] More

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    Former Dodgers Manager Tommy Has Stern Views On Pete Rose

    One of the biggest scandals in the history of baseball happened in 1989, when Pete Rose was banned from the sport for life after he was found guilty of betting on baseball games, which meant he was ineligible to be elected into the Hall of Fame. Rose, whose 4,256 career hits are an MLB record, […] More

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    Dodgers News: Beachy Taking Proactive Approach To Tommy John Rehab

    Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brandon Beachy may have been unlucky twice, but this time he’s not taking any chances. After undergoing two Tommy Johnny surgeries — in 2012 and 2014 — Beachy is reluctant to accept his elbow injuries have come as a result of bad luck. Instead, he’s been proactive in his approach to […] More

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    Preview: Dodgers Ride Hot Bats Into Denver To Face Rockies

    Riding a wave powered by the longball, the Los Angeles Dodgers headed to the Mile High city for the first time this season to face the Colorado Rockies in the first of a three-game series. It wasn’t without issue however, as inclement weather forced first pitch to be delayed one hour. The Dodgers (18-10), who […] More

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