As we get the weekend started, make sure you’re all up to date on everything going on in DodgerLand! Here are today’s headlines.
- There were no charges against Aroldis Chapman, but the Dodgers did the right thing by passing on him, writes our Anthony Irwin.
- Yasiel Puig is still being investigated for his role in an altercation in a Miami nightclub, and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is unsure when it will be finished.
- In our first Dodgers Nation Roundtable, our staff discussed its opinions on the NL possibility adopting the DH.
- Juan Uribe hosts block parties from his car. Seriously.
- Dodgers prospect Cody Bellinger was named as one of the top first baseman prospects in all of baseball.
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- The Dodgers lefty-heavy rotation could mean the team’s right-handed relievers will be used a lot more than usual. [LA Times]
- Corey Seager is projected to hit a lot of doubles in 2016. [True Blue LA]
- Vin Scully isn’t a huge fan of National Hug Day. [True Blue LA]
- Neither is A.J. Ellis. [Fox Sports]
- There are five “major questions” for the 2016 Dodgers. [Baseball Essential]
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