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Dodgers Release Their 2021 Spring Training Collection

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The Dodgers are ready to start reporting for Spring Training in just over a week. And while MLB has yet to confirm dates or even that the league will start on time, players are alresady flocking towards Arizona and Florida. 

Cactus League games are set to kick off on February 27th, and we now know what the Dodgers will be wearing this year. The team relased their latest hats for Spring Training in 2021, and they will include new patches for the new year.  

 

The front of the Dodgers hate will look much like last season, with the logo within the logo look. But on the back of the hat, there is a 2021 patch featuring a pair of sunglasses on it. Why? Who knows. 

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The Dodgers already had one of the better starting rotations in all of baseball. After adding in Trevor Bauer to the mix, MLB has them at the top of baseball in terms of starting options. Los Angeles and San Diego are set to go head-to-head with some of the best arms in the league over the next few years. 

Speaking of the starting rotaiton, Los Angeles trading David Price might be their best move at this point. The Dodgers could end up getting valuable prospects in return, though it’s unclear which team would want to take on hiis contract. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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  1. Most certainly, there will be Lasorda and his #2 on their jersey sleeve. But will they do it for Don Sutton and his #20? I have my doubts.

  2. I think they put #2 on the left sleeve (Tommy was a lefty) and #20 on the right. (Sutton was a righty). Both HOFs, both retired Dodger numbers, both deserve to be honored.

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