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    Dodgers: A Glance at LA’s Upgraded Starting Pitching Depth

    Going into the off-season many fans called for upgrades to the starting pitching for the Dodgers. Instead, they couldn’t sway Gerrit Cole or Madison Bumgarner to sign with them. Then, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Rich Hill signed contracts with other teams. This left the Dodgers down two starting pitchers from 2019. To counteract those losses the […] More

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    Dodgers: 2020 Arbitration Cases Are Unsettling

    The deadline for players and teams to submit arbitration figures has come and gone. The players who were on the clock included Cody Bellinger, Corey Seager and Max Muncy. For the last few years, the Dodgers have been able to settle all of their cases before they actually exchanged arbitration figures. The last time the […] More

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    Dodgers FanFest 2020 Guide: Tips of What To Expect And Bring

    Updated on January 15, 2020 The 2020 FanFest at Dodger Stadium is on January 25, 2020. I’m sure most of our readers have heard of it and many have gone in the past. I didn’t go until the 2016 season, and even then, I didn’t arrive until later in the day. Each time I’ve gone […] More

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    Dodgers: 5 Possible Prospect Surprise Stories for 2020

    The 2019-2020 off-season has not gone as expected for many fans. However, no matter what has happened or will happen, the Dodgers have an exciting farm system. What would the 2019 season have been without the group of prospects that had their debut that season? Friday Matt Beaty, Saturday Alex Verdugo, today, Will Smith. Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers: A Glance At The Current Bullpen

    The Dodgers had a questionable bullpen for much of the 2019 season, despite leading the National League in reliever ERA (3.85; tied with San Francisco). Kenta Maeda, normally a starter, was the best reliever they had in the postseason but he goes back to the rotation in 2020. With the very possible loss of Hyun-Jin […] More

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    Dodgers: A Winter Meetings Chat With Will Ireton

    I went down to the Winter Meetings in San Diego on the first day, Sunday. The hotel where I went was the Hilton Bayfront along the bay, where there were some Minor League type meetings going on. Will “The Thrill” Ireton sighting at #WinterMeetings. — Tim Rogers – SDDODGER (@SDDodger) December 8, 2019 I saw […] More

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    Dodgers: A Shopping List For The Winter Meetings

    The Winter Meetings start on Sunday in San Diego and many of us are hoping the Dodgers can make some improvements. The Dodgers, as currently constituted, are already a very good team. However, we all saw them lose in game 5 of the National League Division Series (NLDS) to the Nationals. We then saw the […] More

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    The Dodgers Should Consider Blake Treinen

    It looks like the A’s cannot afford to keep Blake Treinen and probably won’t offer him a contract before the deadline of December 2. Treinen, who was elite in 2018 but struggled in 2019 is projected to get $7.8M by MLB Trade Rumors in arbitration. The Dodgers have question marks at the closer spot with Kenley […] More

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    Should the Dodgers Offer Alex Verdugo in a Corey Kluber Trade?

    During the most recent episode of Dodgers Nation’s Blue Heaven Podcast, the conversation lit up when discussing recent rumors sparked by Ken Gurnick. The question was simple: Alex Verdugo for Corey Kluber, yay or nay? Verdugo for Kluber Yay or Nay? — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) November 27, 2019 The question proved to be a […] More

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    Dodgers: Free Agent Relief Pitchers That Could Help in 2020

    The free agent class of relief pitchers could provide some help for the Dodgers. The best relief candidate, the other Will Smith, has already signed with the Braves for 3 years and $39M. Soon after the Braves followed that up by signing Chris Martin (not from Coldplay) for 2 years and $14M. There aren’t many […] More

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    Dodgers: Assessing the Payroll Impact Of Adding Big Names

    There has been plenty of chatter about the Dodgers adding some big-name players either via trade or free agency. If the Dodgers go for one of the big fish like Gerrit Cole or Anthony Rendon, it will cost them ~$35M per year for the next 6-7 years. Players like Francisco Lindor or Mookie Betts would […] More

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