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    Dodgers: Trades Can Potentially Impact Clubhouse Chemistry

    With the Trade Deadline a little more than a month away, the question of team chemistry comes up. Our own Clint Pasillas asked the question, “does making a trade risk messing with the chemistry of this team?” The answer to that question is the same as many relationships, “it’s complicated.” We’ll take a look at […] More

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    Dodger Prospects: The Fast Rising Devin Mann

    After hitting no more than 8 home runs in a single season and 2 in his first professional season, Devin Mann has busted out with 12 home runs at the All-Star break. This is Mann’s first season with the High-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and he’s making a name for himself. From a little known 5th […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Quakes Well Represented In All-Star Game

    The California League All-Star Game was held on June 18 in San Bernardino, hosted by the Inland Empire 66ers. The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes had seven representatives named to the South team and this article will talk about each of them. Pitchers Edwin Uceta – (honorable mention) Uceta was one of the top starting pitchers in the […] More

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    Dodgers: Trade Targets from Potential Deadline Sellers – NL West and More

    This is the sixth and final part of my look at possible trade targets. The focus is on teams that should be deadline sellers. My first five articles cover the American League East, Central and West, along with the National League East and Central. Nothing that I’ve seen since those last few articles has changed my mind; the […] More

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    Dodgers: Safety Impacts of More Netting At Dodger Stadium

    With the awful incident of the little girl getting hit with a foul ball in Houston the topic of extending the nets down to the foul pole lines has been re-ignited. Over the last few years teams have been extending the netting. Some teams just go past the dugout while other teams go further down […] More

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    Dodgers: Trade Targets from Potential Deadline Sellers – NL Central

    This is the fifth part of my look at possible trade targets. The focus is on teams that should be deadline sellers. My first four articles cover the American League East, Central and West, along with the National League East. Nothing that I’ve seen since those last three articles has changed my mind; the bullpen needs real […] More

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    Dodgers: Trade Targets from Potential Deadline Sellers – NL East

    This is the fourth part of my look at possible trade targets. The focus is on teams that should be deadline sellers. My first three articles cover the American League East, Central and West. Nothing that I’ve seen since those last three articles has changed my mind; the bullpen needs real help.The left-handed side of the bullpen […] More

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    Dodgers: Trade Targets from Potential Deadline Sellers – AL West

    This is the third part of my look at possible trade targets. The focus is on teams that should be deadline sellers. My first two articles cover the American League East and Central. Nothing that I’ve seen since those last two articles has changed my mind; the bullpen needs real help. Again, my number one […] More

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    Dodgers’ Prospects: Gavin Lux is Getting Close to a Promotion

    Gavin Lux is ranked as the number 2 prospect on the Dodgers by MLB Pipeline, and is on fire in AA. His rise as a prospect in the Dodgers’ system has been interesting after being drafted in the first round in 2016. His first prospect ranking was #12 in July of 2016 and was up […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Get to Know Edwin Uceta

    One of the Dodgers’ prospects making some noise is Edwin Uceta. He pitches for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, and after a slow start, is on fire. After considering that he’s probably ready for AA, I wanted the chance to interview him before he got promoted to the Tulsa Drillers. The Quakes are full of talented […] More

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