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Dodgers Weekly Roundup: Kershaw Talks Future in LA, Analyzing An Arenado Trade, Friedman’s Priorities, and More!

All of the news surrounding your World Series Champion Dodgers this week.



The Dodgers are in total offseason mode in the weeks following their first World Series win in 32 years. While the hot stove will still need some time to heat up, that hasn’t stopped the news from rolling in on your favorite Los Angeles baseball team.

Clayton Kershaw made an appearance on The Ellen Show earlier this month to talk about what it was like winning his first World Series. Kershaw was also asked whether or not he will spend his entire career with the Dodgers. His brief answer will probably give you a smile. 

Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Talks Briefly About His Future With Los Angeles

We took our best crack at analyzing a Dodgers move for Nolan Arenado this week in the wake of trade rumors. One MLB expert even listed Los Angeles as a likely destination for the perennial Golde Glove winner. Personally, I find it hard to believe. 

Dodgers: Analyzing a Potential Move for Rockies Star Nolan Arenado

Dodgers fans had some scabs sort of ripped off this week when the Astros’ cheating scandal resurfaced. Former Astros General Manager filed a lawsuit against the team after he claimed the team fired him in order to protect their cheating players.

MLB: A Lawsuit Filed Against the Astros May Reveal MLB Made a Deal to Protect Houston

Speaking of the hot stove, Dodgers President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman said something that made us all start to daydream. Friedman said during an interview that he would like to acquire a right-handed bat for their lineup heading into 2021. 

Dodgers: Andrew Friedman Lists Out His 2 Priorities This Offseason

Dave Roberts got plenty of phone calls and text messages from friends and former coaches after his World Series win. He also got an unexpected call from someone he had never officially met. 

Dodgers: Dave Roberts Describes a Surprising Phone Call He Got Following the World Series Win

Dodgers pitcher Dustin May got THE perfect sponsorship this week. We’ll give you a clue: It’s probably his favorite color. 

Dodgers Pitcher Dustin May Lands the Perfect Sponsor

And finally, Max Muncy gave a bold comparison for Julio Urias’ postseason performance in 2020. Fans in Los Angeles might not exactly love the compression though, just because of who the other guy is. 

Dodgers: Max Muncy has a Bold Comparison for Julio Urias’ Postseason Performance

All of that news and so much more this week over at DodgersNation. Be sure to check in all offseason long for the most up-to-date hot stove information. 

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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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