Even after the two sides met every day last week, the MLB lockout appears to not be ending anytime soon and neither are the Freddie Freeman-to-the-Dodgers rumors. One agent even threw out what a potential deal between Freeman and the Dodgers could look like.
The Dodgers current first baseman, Max Muncy, had some encouraging news on the elbow injury that ended his 2021 campaign prematurely.
Team president Andrew Friedman and GM Brandon Gomes signed a former San Diego Padres pitcher to a minor league contract.
A former Dodgers Cy Young winning pitcher can apparently still throw gas even at 46-year-old.
Speaking of pitchers and formers, a once prized Dodgers international prospect is trying to make a comeback.
Oh, and that whole CBA thing. A deal still hasn’t been reached between the two sides and the postponement of Opening Day seems all but assured.
Dodgers starter Walker Buehler sounded off on how the league has handled the negotiations.
But he wasn’t the only one who let his opinion be heard this week.
It also wasn’t the only thing that got spicy last week.
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