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    Dodgers: Is There A Post-Season Role For Julio Urías?

    We’ve now had a couple of days to absorb the suspension of Julio Urías for violating Major League Baseball’s Domestic Violence Policy. The next day we received the information that Urías would be stretched out as a starter as an option for October. While Urias is suspended, he will build up endurance at Camelback Ranch […] More

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    Dodgers: Should Dustin May Stay In The Bullpen?

    Dustin May had a pretty bad first relief outing for the Dodgers. He came in with a two run lead, and exited being down by two runs. In between he game up a grand slam to Rafael Ortega after walking a batter, giving up a single and hitting a batter. Many of these events happened […] More

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    Dodgers: Chris Taylor Rehab Update

    Dodgers utility man Chris Taylor is beginning his comeback from a fractured wrist, suffered almost a month ago. He began his rehabilitation assignment with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes on Thursday, August 15 in which he homered in his second plate appearance. During the first game he batted second and played shortstop. For his second game […] More

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    Are The Dodgers Trying To Buy A World Series Championship?

    One of the frequent criticisms of the Dodgers is that they are trying to buy a World Series. Many, including this writer, have wanted the Dodgers to spend more money on free agents or trade for a big contract. There is some history that would agree that the Dodgers have tried to buy a World […] More

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    Dodgers: Is Joc Pederson Getting Hot Again

    There are few hitters who are as streaky as Joc Pederson. When he is cold he grounds out a lot to the second or first baseman. When he is hot he hits home runs and gets more walks. For the last couple of months Joc has been very cold until very recently. We looked at […] More

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    Dodgers: Missing Andrew Toles

    Do you ever see a Dodge Challenger on the road and think of Andrew Toles? Andrew Toles left his Dodge Challenger at Dodger Stadium when he went to OKC to start the season. J.T. Chargois recently sent him a picture. "There's like spiderwebs, and dust," he said. Matt Kemp told Toles the car looked "gross." […] More

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    Dodgers: Roster Crunch Is Coming For Position Players

    The Dodgers have built a deep roster that has withstood injuries and unfulfilled expectations. As the season has passed the two-thirds mark the Dodgers’ 25 man roster contains names none of us expected such as Kristopher Negrón, Matt Beaty and Tyler White. Players such as Edwin Rios and Kyle Garlick have also been up and […] More

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    MLB Pipeline: Comparing Dodgers Updated Top Prospects List

    The latest MLB Pipeline Top 30 Prospect list for the Dodgers was released last week. In just a little less than 6 months there are 6 players that dropped off while only 2 have graduated so far. Over the next few weeks we will see more graduating off the list as they reach their rookie […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: The Incredible 2016 Draft In Retrospect

    In some of the latest Dodgers news there have been some prominent names mentioned from the 2016 draft. This article will take a look at some of the key players from that draft and what their status is in terms of being with the Dodgers. Draft Overview The Dodgers ended up with 20th pick in […] More

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    2019 Dodgers Trade Deadline: A Day-of Journal As Moves Happen

    Last season I did a Trade Dealine journal but it wasn’t published the next day. This year, it will be published and updated throughout the day. The latest will be on top. Summary Yes, the summary is at the top since we are going in reverse order. The Dodgers got a left-handed reliever in Adam […] More

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    Dodgers Have Patience for Players but Also a History of Ruthless Action

    The Dodgers’ management team have a history of patience with players but will make bold moves when warranted. The Dodgers, as of this writing, are 68-37 with the best record in baseball. They are almost a sure thing to win the National League Western Division and should be a formidable opponent in the playoffs. Some […] More

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    Building A Postseason Worthy Bullpen for the LA Dodgers

    Last season I wrote about how to build a playoff bullpen. I believe the front office absolutely failed in that mission in 2018. Ryan Madson and John Axford did not overwhelm any of us when they were acquired. Madson did well at the end of September and was good in both the NLDS and the […] More

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