Latest stories

  • in

    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews: Adam Liberatore

    Originally drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2010, Adam Liberatore was traded to the Dodgers in November 2014. He made his MLB debut with Los Angeles 2015, and has appeared in every season for them since. Regular Season Recap After intermittent use his first three seasons, 2018 was a ripe opportunity for Liberatore to […] More

  • Dodgers
    in

    Dodgers: Adam Liberatore Released by Los Angeles

    The Dodgers have announced that they have released left-handed relief pitcher Adam Liberatore. The 31-year-old lefty was designated for assignment at the end of August and will not be continuing his career with Los Angeles. Liberatore was designated for assignment when the Dodgers acquired Ryan Madson at the end of August. Madson has since made three […] More

  • Dodgers
    in

    Dodgers Pitch a Combined No-Hitter in Mexico

    Friday night was a special night in Monterrey. A night that fans will remember for the remainder of their lives. It was the first time in nearly 20 years that a major league baseball game took place in Mexico. More notably, it was the 23rd no-hitter in Dodgers franchise history, and the 13th since moving […] More

  • in

    Predicting The Dodgers’ Final Bullpen Spots

    Last week we highlighted Dave Roberts’ comments on five pitchers that have spots in the bullpen. As a refresher, those five are Kenley Jansen, Scott Alexander, Pedro Baez, Ross Stripling, and Tony Cingrani. None of whom are a surprise to anyone. Now the question is: who will occupy the Dodgers’ final bullpen spots? There are a […] More

  • in

    Dodgers News: Adam Liberatore and Franklin Gutierrez; Season’s Over

    Dave Roberts announced earlier on Friday that Adam Liberatore and Franklin Gutierrez’s seasons have come to a close after suffering injuries that they can’t bounce back from this year. The Dodgers are shutting down Adam Liberatore and Franklin Gutierrez for the season. — Andy McCullough (@McCulloughTimes) September 8, 2017 Although both of these players were […] More

  • in

    Dodgers News: Adam Liberatore Hits DL with Left Forearm Tightness

    Prior to Thursday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Dodgers placed left-handed reliever Adam Liberatore on the 10-day disabled list. Recalled in his place was another left-handed reliever, Grant Dayton. #Dodgers add LHP Grant Dayton to bullpen. LHP Adam Liberatore to DL with forearm tightness. — Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) June 1, 2017 Liberatore has […] More

  • in

    Dodgers News: Andrew Toles, Adam Liberatore Placed on DL

    The Los Angeles Dodgers officially placed both outfielder Andrew Toles and left-handed reliever Adam Liberatore on the disabled list before Wednesday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. #Dodgers place Andrew Toles (torn right ACL) & Adam Liberatore (left groin strain) on 10-day DL and recall Scott Van Slyke & Brett Eibner. pic.twitter.com/zVgkHMLpMe — Los Angeles […] More

  • in

    Dodgers News: Josh Fields, Adam Liberatore Optioned to Minor League Camp

    The Opening Day roster is taking shape. L.A. has optioned relievers Josh Fields and Adam Liberatore, according to Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times. The Dodgers have optioned Josh Fields and Adam Liberatore. — Andy McCullough (@McCulloughTimes) March 29, 2017 As Eric Stephen at True Blue LA pointed out, that nearly sets the pitching […] More

  • in

    Five Players to Watch for in 2017

    Coming into 2017, the Dodgers have a nice mix of seasoned veterans and young talent, and we all know the names that will undoubtedly play big roles in how the Dodgers fare next year. Guys like Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, and Adrián González will need to bring their usual game and continue to perform at […] More

  • in

    Reviewing the Dodgers Front Office Strategy

    As the offseason is primed to begin in just a few short days, many have begun to analyze some of the Dodgers potential moves during the winter. We’ve looked at reworking the the team through trade and free agency, how the Dodgers could replace Kenley Jansen and whether the front office should re-investigate the Puig-for-Braun […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.