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    Dodgers Nation Fantasy Corner: Waiver Wire Whip Around

    [new_royalslider id=”63″] If you’ve followed this column at all this season, I’d imagine your team is in decent shape at the moment. Our first edition suggested Dee Gordon (available in 78% of leagues at the time) and Joe Kelly (available in 79% of leagues at the time) among others. Gordon is now available in less […] More

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    BREAKING: Dodgers Trade Aaron Harang & Cash For Ramon Hernandez

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have traded Aaron Harang to the Colorado Rockies for Ramon Hernandez. The Dodgers are also sending over cash in the deal. The Dodgers had to trade at least one of Harang/Capuano/Lilly and this does just that. It also provides the Dodgers with a decent backup catcher and will most likely allow […] More

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    Lilly could crash party for fifth starter

    Much has been made of the Dodgers’ surplus of starting pitching this off-season, but one player who has flown under the radar for much of the talk is Ted Lilly. Remember him? The 37-year-old Lilly is entering his final year of a three-year contract that will pay him $13.5 million this season and is coming […] More

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    How will the Dodgers Rotation Round Out?

    Starting pitching depth was an issue for the Dodgers last season.  That’s no longer a problem this year as the team enters Spring Training with eight starting pitchers on the roster, six of whom have been all-stars. So with that many arms quality arms on deck, who will make the five-man rotation? What do the […] More

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    Reviewing 2012: Relying on Aaron Harang

    One of the Dodgers’ key additions last offseason was to round out the starting rotation by signing veteran right-handed starter Aaron Harang.  After being one of the National League’s workhorses for many years with the Cincinnati Reds, Harang was slowed by injuries and saw himself sign a one-year deal with his hometown San Diego Padres […] More

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    Dodgers vs D-Backs Review: Lackluster Effort Dooms Dodgers

    After looking to have all the momentum in the world after sweeping the San Francisco Giants last weekend, the Dodgers completely dropped the ball, getting swept by the Arizona Diamondbacks. The D-Backs closed the gap between them and Los Angeles to 1.5 games. The Dodgers’ new additions Shane Victorino and Brandon League both made their […] More

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    An Apology to the Harangatang

    I have a confession to make: I was wrong. When the Dodgers signed Aaron Harang on December 8 of last year, there wasn’t an overflow of excitement bubbling up inside of me. In fact, in my preview for the 2012 season, I wrote the following about the move: While many will point to his ERA […] More

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    LA vs COL Pre-Game: Harang to Try Ending Streak

    After facing a slew of quality starters in the past week, the Colorado Rockies’ staff will provide a bit of relief to the Dodgers. After facing Josh Outman on Friday night (9.64 ERA), the Rockies send Juan Nicasio to the mound Saturday night. Nicasio enters the game with a record of 2-2 and an ERA […] More

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    Dodgers vs D-Backs Pre-Game: Whatever Works to Win

    Matt Treanor. Justin Sellers. Scott Van Slyke. The average MLB fan couldn’t name them. The average Dodger fan couldn’t pick them out of a lineup. At the end of the day though, who cares? As the Dodgers continue their miraculous stretch of winning games with a lineup that resembles a mish-mash of leftovers, cast-offs and […] More

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    Don’t give Ned a pass yet

    For those who haven’t seen it already, the LA Times’ Steve Dilbeck wrote an article today urging people to get off of Dodger General Manager Ned Colletti’s back. Unfortunately for Ned, I’m not quite sure I’m ready to. To summarize, Dilbeck (rightly) gives credit to Colletti for the moves he made this off-season, signing players […] More

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    Dodgers vs Padres Pre-Game: Wake up the Major Leaguers

    Aaron Harang vs. Edinson Volquez Had you guys heard the new rule? Apparently, when playing the Padres in a two-game series in the middle of May, you have to play a certain number of minor leaguers in game number one. Crazy rule, right? Well fortunately (and hopefully) the Dodgers will return to using actual major […] More

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    Dodgers vs Braves Pre-Game: Harang Hopes for Better Success

    It’s hard to be disappointed with what Aaron Harang has given the Dodgers thus far this season. In three starts, the Harangatang has allowed 10 ER – not spectacular by any stretch of the imagination, but exactly what the Dodgers need from their fifth starter. They need him to continue going deep into games (6+ […] More

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