The Los Angeles Dodgers just defeated the Colorado Rockies by the score of 7-3, but the bigger news to come out of today’s action was that Yasiel Puig will not be suspended by Major League Baseball for his November altercation at a Miami bar. There was other news today, as well, so enjoy today’s Dodgers credits!
- The live spring training game thread was a doozy, and included a live webcast of all the action.
- Our own Brian Robitaille listed the team’s X-Factor Candidates for 2016.
- Scott Kazmir’s dip in velocity this spring has some people worried about the upcoming season.
- Outfielder Yasiel Puig will NOT be suspended by Major League Baseball for domestic violence.
- The team’s lineup today featured Andre Ethier leading off and Zach Lee on the mound.
- Hyun-jin Ryu’s May return is seen as “unrealistic”, according to manager Dave Roberts.
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- One of the questions out there is if MLB can conduct a timely investigation during the year. [Los Angeles Times]
- A.J. Ellis and Kenta Maeda are working their way around the language barrier. [Orange County Register]
- Which of the team’s prospects have the best tools right now? [Dodgers Digest]
- Minor League pitcher Adrian Salcedo was suspended 144 games today. [True Blue LA]
- Kenta Maeda met the challenge on Taco Tuesday. [Dodger Insider]
- Five questions with prospect Alex Verdugo. [MLB.com]
- Los Angeles has spent big money to build the game’s top farm system. [MLB.com]
- Who has the edge: Miguel Sano or Corey Seager? [ESPN]
- Keith Law had quite a few notes on some of the team’s young prospects. [ESPN]
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