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    Dodgers: Potential Under the Radar Relievers to Target

    Yes, I know, every Dodgers fan would love Kyle Barraclough, Felipe Vazquez or Raisel Iglesias. But do we really want to pay what the Indians did to get Brad Hand? Francisco Mejia is an extraordinarily well-regarded prospect, and to be fair, the Tribe also got solid righty Adam Cimber in the deal. But if rumors […] More

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    Dodgers: Did Getting Manny Open the Door to More Trades?

    Like the current Dodgers front office or hate them, it’s impossible to argue that they don’t at least try to address needs at the trade deadline. In past years, a need at starting pitcher led to the acquisitions of Yu Darvish and Rich Hill, and to lesser fanfare as well as success, Bud Norris. This […] More

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    Unlikely All-Stars in Los Angeles Dodgers History

    When “Ross Stripling, Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star,” became a reality last week, it marked a pretty special point in what’s becoming a remarkable ongoing journey for the right-hander. Oh, that he’s experiencing success shouldn’t be that huge of a surprise. He was well regarded at Texas A&M, even throwing a no-hitter there. There was speculation […] More

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    Predicting the Dodgers’ 2019 Starting Rotation

    Because what could be more fun than talking about next season before the current one comes to its conclusion!? As they seem to do every year, injuries have cropped up and led to some interesting developments on the Dodgers pitching front. After starting the year in the bullpen, Ross Stripling has blossomed into a front-of-the-rotation […] More

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    Matt Kemp: The Dodgers’ Left Fielder Next Year?

    Just a few short months ago, this would have sounded absurd. Back when they re-acquired him in what amounts to a swap of terrible contracts with the goal of getting under the luxury tax threshold, the assumption was that the Dodgers would flip Kemp to a DH-needy team in the AL and free up even […] More

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    Five Things the Dodgers Should Start Doing Now

    The middle of May sure is an early time to start calling a baseball season a lost cause. That said, the Dodgers did just get swept at home in a four game series by the Cincinnati Reds, who came to town with a Major League-worst 10-27 record. At the time this article was written, the […] More

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    Dodgers: What Happens to the Bullpen if Kenley Jansen Gets Hurt?

    All-star shortstop out for the year? Check. World’s greatest pitcher out with an arm injury? Check. Stud third baseman not seen a big league pitch yet due to a wrist fracture? I mean, what else can really go wrong? Well, glad you asked. Kenley Jansen, probably the game’s greatest closer when he’s right, hasn’t seemed…well, […] More

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    Dodgers Week Two Recap: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

        Would you believe, the part of this article that took me the longest was to decide whether the week that just ended was week two or week three? Fortunately for me, I did the smart thing and look at the first installment of this series, excellently written by Blake Coble last week. See, […] More

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    Dodgers: More to Come From Trayce Thompson?

    I have a question. Will we look back in ten years and think that Trayce Thompson was one that got away? Was he a guy, like another toolsy outfielder I’ll bring up in a moment, we were fortunate enough to have on our roster, but couldn’t quite put it together (perhaps hampered by injury) until […] More

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    Dodgers Make a Risky Bet on Rotation Health

    Depth. Especially in the starting rotation. From the day Andrew Friedman and Farhan Zaidi took over the Dodgers front office, it was preached. Every Spring Training it seemed the Dodgers had eight or nine starting pitchers for five rotation spots, with the “it’s a good problem to have,” cliché regurgitated ad nauseum by Don Mattingly […] More

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    What We Can Expect From Cody Bellinger in 2018

    Let’s start small. The discovery of a new planet. World peace. Preparations for a 2020 presidential run that unites the warring parties. And the toughest task of all, an encore for his amazing rookie campaign. So before we get into 2018, we’ll take a look back at his meteoric rise to rookie stardom. When all […] More

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    What Can We Expect From Logan Forsythe in 2018

    The 2017 season was a tough year for Logan Forsythe. After kicking the tires on Minnesota’s Brian Dozier, the front office ultimately (and if the rumors of the Twins insisting on Cody Bellinger as part of any deal are true, correctly) decided the asking price was too high and opted for Forsythe instead. All it […] More

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