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    Dodgers: Rich Hill Throwing Progression In The Works

    Rich Hill hasn’t touched the mound since his shortened June 19th start due to a forearm injury. The 39-year old veteran was initially on the 10-day IL and shortly after then transferred to the 60-day IL. According to David Vassegh, the Dodgers are still eyeing a September return for Rich Hill. As he continues to […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team Flies In Minor League Pitcher To Face Joc Pederson

    The Dodgers have flown AZL pitcher Markus Solbach into Boston to throw live BP against Joc Pederson. The 27-year old German-born Solbach threw earlier this afternoon. This news is a bit off the wall and I’m not entirely sure why Solbach is the guy the Dodgers chose to fly out to Boston for a day. […] More

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    Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts Spends Off Day At Cape Cod League

    Prior to the start of the second half, Dave Roberts uses his off day as an opportunity to watch some baseball. The Cape Cod League plays host to 10 different teams compiled with some of the best college baseball players in the country. The Cape Cod is located on the south east coast of Massachusetts, […] More

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    Dodgers Draft: 24th-Round Pick Chet Allison Signs with LA

    In the 2019 MLB Draft, the Dodgers selected Chet Allison with their 24th round pick. Allison played one season at Fresno City College and had a commitment to play for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Out of Clovis High School in Clovis, California Chet wasn’t a big name prospect prior to his senior year. He decided to […] More

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    Dodgers: Cody Bellinger Helps Lead Defense to Top Spot on DRS Leaderboard

    The Dodgers have been the most well-rounded team in all of baseball leading up to the All-Star Break. While the offense has been the strong suit, ranking top 10 in baseball in OPS, OBP, SLG, Home Runs, and Batting Average, the boys in blue have displayed much more than just the high-powered offense. The Fangraphs […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Will Smith Enters MLB’s Top 100 Prospect List

    MLB Pipeline announced that Will Smith is now a part of the top 100 prospect list. Outfielder Josh Naylor of the Padres has graduated, making room for Smith. Smith is the Dodgers #4 overall prospect behind Keibert Ruiz (catcher), Gavin Lux (SS/2B), and Dustin May (pitcher). The final spot of MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 Prospect […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Dustin May And Gavin Lux Make Appearance In Futures Game

    A loaded Dodgers farm system has been highlighted by quite a few names this year. Gavin Lux (Dodgers #2 prospect) and Dustin May (Dodgers #3 prospect) have been exceptional halfway through the 2019 season. Their performance’s have been recognized not only from fans and the organization, but Major League Baseball as well. The young pair […] More

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    Dodgers: The Walk-Off Streak Continues At The Chavez Ravine

    The Diamondbacks, along with the Rockies, have now become a victim to the walk-off. The Dodgers have now walked off in five consecutive games at home, including Tuesday night’s wild walk-off walk. The walk-off streak first began back on June 21st, where the Dodgers walkoff-swept the Rockies in three games. Wednesday night’s game was shaping […] More

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    Dodgers News: Justin Turner Held Out of Tuesday’s Lineup

    Justin Turner will miss Tuesday night’s 2-game series opener against the Diamondbacks. The third basemen missed a short amount of time in early June due to a hamstring injury, which was also a minor setback. Recent call-up and rookie Edwin Rios will take over at the hot corner for the former All-Star. Turner x-rays on […] More

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    Dodgers: Call-up Gives Prospect Tony Gonsolin Waves of Emotion

    Dave Roberts announced Monday evening that the Dodgers number four prospect, Tony Gonsolin, will get the call-up and make his major league debut on Wednesday night in Arizona. Gonsolin has spent the 2019 season in Triple-A OKC, appearing in eight games. Ken Gurnick writes, following the great news, Gonsolin says: “My heart started racing, started […] More

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    Dodgers: Joe Kelly, Pretty Good Some of The Time

    Three years, $25 million. That was the deal the Dodgers signed Joe Kelly to prior to the 2019 season. Kelly was intended to be the strong bridge that led to a confident Kenley Jansen 9th inning save opportunity. That bridge is now missing some nuts and bolts and has quickly and unfortunately fallen apart. Rough […] More

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