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    For The Dodgers, MLB’s Astros Punishment is Not Enough

    On Monday morning, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the long-awaited punishment for the Houston Astros, as a result of the sign-stealing investigation.  BREAKING: Per sources, MLB’s penalties for #Astros include: *One-year suspensions for GM Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch. *Losses of 1st and 2nd round draft picks in both 2020 and ‘21. *A fine […] More

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    New Statcast Metric: Where do the Dodgers Fare?

    Note: If graphs and images are not appearing, please scroll down and click “See the full version of this page”.  Wednesday morning, Baseball Savant introduced a new metric to the baseball world: Infielder Outs Above Average. This is an extension to Outfield Outs Above Average, now applying the same Statcast based concept to infielders. Here’s […] More

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    Dodgers All-Decade Team of the 2010s

    As the decade comes to a close, it seemed like an intriguing idea to reflect and take a look back at which Dodgers have been most productive over the past ten years. Keep in mind only a player’s time with the Dodgers can be counted, meaning someone like Chase Utley does not get credit for […] More

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    How the Dodgers Can Fix Blake Treinen

    On Sunday, the Dodgers officially announced the signing of reliever Blake Treinen to a one-year deal. For those unfamiliar with Treinen, you surely heard his name at some point in 2018, when he posted arguably one of the best seasons for a reliever in baseball history. However, in 2019, he fell off a cliff.   […] More

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    Dodgers Interested in Cleveland Ace Corey Kluber, Reports Say

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have shown interest in Cleveland starting pitcher Corey Kluber, per MLB Network’s Jon Heyman. Corey Kluber’s time in Cleveland is likely coming to an end. Plus the Indians already have a bright, young rotation making Kluber expendable. In addition, he is set to make $17.5 Million in 2020, a high price […] More

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    How Could the Dodgers Trade for Kris Bryant?

    After the disappointing news regarding Anthony Rendon from Wednesday night, the Dodgers remain in the market for a third basemen. Justin Turner is still serviceable at the hot corner, but the Dodgers seem inclined to add a fresh face there and move Justin Turner over to first.  Josh Donaldson is still available, and the Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers: What Would Happen if LA Signed Madison Bumgarner?

    Madison Bumgarner has been a thorn in the Dodgers side all decade long. For starters, there’s his regular season success against Los Angeles, with a 2.72 ERA across 36 games. Of course you can’t forget his postseason accolades, in which Dodger fans have had to watch at home out of jealousy. Lastly, and the biggest […] More

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    How Would a Dodgers Trade for Mookie Betts Work for Both Teams?

    With the Winter Meetings beginning next week, Andrew Friedman and company will surely be looking to improve the Dodgers in any way possible. One name to keep an eye on is Red Sox star Mookie Betts, who LA has recently been linked to.  A trade for Betts could make a lot of sense for both […] More

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    Dodgers: 3 Things Caleb Ferguson Should Focus on in the Off-Season

    Note: If graphs and images are not appearing, please scroll down and click “See the full version of this page”.  Caleb Ferguson entered the 2019 season with high expectations. After an impressive 2018 campaign mostly out of the bullpen, many were hoping he could take the next step as a bridge to closer Kenley Jansen. […] More

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    Dodgers: 3 Things Yimi Garcia Should Focus on in the Off-Season

    Note: If graphs and images are not appearing, please scroll down and click “See the full version of this page”.  Yimi Garcia hasn’t exactly been a fan favorite over the past few years as an LA Dodger. He was very effective in 2015, but injuries derailed him the next three seasons. After finally coming back […] More

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    Dodgers: 3 Things Joc Pederson Should Focus on in the Off-Season

    Joc Pederson has been a staple in the Dodgers lineup over the past five years. While there are some obvious flaws, he has generally been a model of consistency.  2019 was a particularly impressive campaign for Pederson, topping a career high in both batting average and home runs. Joc Pederson (2019) AVG .249 HR 36 […] More

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