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Dodgers News: Roberts Talks Gavin Lux & Rotation, Seager Likes In-Game Video Access, and More!



Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has been a busy man (and vocal) man early in camp at Camelback Ranch. Over the weekend, he shared a lot of great information, including thoughts on rookie Gavin Lux in 2020, and Julio Urias’ role.

Dodgers: Roberts Confirms Where Lux Will Be Playing in 2020

Dodgers: Dave Roberts Plans for Julio Urias in the Starting Rotation

Urias is excited to have that chance.

Dodgers: Julio Urias Has an Eye on a Starting Job in 2020

Doc touched more on the back end of the rotation and what roles may look like to start the season.

Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Offers Clarity on 2020 Roles for Dustin May & Tony Gonsolin

Dodgers: Dave Roberts Likes What He Sees From Ross Stripling

Pitcher Alex Wood had some thoughts on the matter as well.

Dodgers: Alex Wood Thinks He Belongs in the Starting Rotation

As did rookie Tony Gonsolin.

Dodgers: Tony Gonsolin Discusses First Spring Start, Bullpen Possibility

Back to Gavin Lux, with Roberts eyeing him mostly at second base, a loaded Dodgers team still needs at-bats during the season. Our Tim Rogers asks LA to kindly not platoon Lux.

Dodgers: Please, Don’t Platoon Gavin Lux

In other news, after a long, drama-filled off-season surrounding the Houston sign-stealing scandal, reducing or eliminating in-game video access has been discussed by MLB. Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times spoke with Dodgers about the possibility and the clubhouse was fairly divided on the subject.

Dodgers split on whether MLB should eliminate access to video during games

Shortstop Corey Seager is at least one player that is against the idea.

Bill Plunkett at the Orange County Register wonders if people have forgotten how good Seager is, by the way. In a compelling one-on-one, Corey talks about his healthy off-season, unexpected trade rumors, and playing with a chip on his shoulders.

Corey Seager might be a forgotten man in Dodgers’ loaded lineup

Ken Gurnick of dodgers.com spoke with reliever Pedro Baez about the ups and downs of his Dodgers career heading into his seventh season in blue.

Báez happy to still be a Dodger after hardships

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