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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Owes Largest Luxury Tax Bill in MLB

    In an unsurprising development, the Los Angeles Dodgers have the largest luxury tax bill in Major League Baseball, according to the Associated Press. L.A. will pay an additional $31.8 million for its payroll. It is the fourth consecutive season the Dodgers passed the tax threshold. Franchises are taxed for spending in excess of $189 million. […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Minor League Players To Instruct Youth Camp Series, Alex Guerrero Signs With Chunichi Dragons, and More

    After Thanksgiving, the Los Angeles Dodgers are still looking to keep the roster hot in the winter. The team has yet to sign free agents Justin Turner and Kenley Jansen. The organization is holding an opportunity for future Dodgers players to have the experience of a lifetime. Dodgers Nation: Dodgers News: Willie Calhoun, Alex Verdugo, […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alex Guerrero Signs With Chunichi Dragons

    Alex Guerrero, former Dodgers infielder/outfielder, is now starting his new baseball career in Japan. The Chunichi Dragons announced the new addition to their team on Saturday. Guerrero will go from the Dodgers No. 7 to the Dragons No. 42 and is estimated to earn $1.3 million in 2017, per Béisbol Japonés. He is one of […] More

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    What Rob Segedin Tells Us About Running a Sports Franchise

    Just moments before Rob Segedin blasted a two-run double off David Price in his historic big league debut, I received a text message saying, “Rob Segdoin, who the f— is that?”. As the Dodgers enter week two of the Rob Segedin era, anybody asking, “who is Rob Segedin?”, has obviously not been paying much attention to the team. In the week since his […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team Releases Alex Guerrero

    The Los Angeles Dodgers twitter page announced on Wednesday that the team has decided to release utility player Alex Guerrero, after signing him to a 4 year $28 million deal in 2013. The Dodgers have released infielder/outfielder Alex Guerrero from their roster. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 8, 2016 This comes shortly after the […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Arrieta vs. Kershaw, Seager Meet-and-Greet, and More

    In todays Dodgers news, Arrieta acknowledges Kershaw as the best, Seager is eager to meet his fans at El Tepeyac Cafe, Sports Illustrated covers Robert’s managing thus far, and much more! Catch up on all your latest Dodgers news below! #DodgerNation, meet me this Sunday @manuelstepeyac c/o @FansAuthentic. https://t.co/34671NMtc0 #WeLoveLA #ITFDB pic.twitter.com/mPisVVK8Mg — Corey Seager […] More

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    Trayce Thompson Is Here, and He Is Here to Stay

    When news first broke that the Dodgers were part of a three-team trade which included All-Star third baseman Todd Frazier, fans thought that the front office had finally made that big move. Dodgers fans assumed that if the Dodgers were involved in that type of trade, they would surely walk away with the best player […] More

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    Giants 9, Dodgers 6: My Five Takeaways

    Well, that was a disappointing set of circumstances. After taking a 5-0 lead in the top of the first inning, the Los Angeles Dodgers only scored one run after that and ended up losing 9-6 to the San Francisco Giants. There was good and bad from this game, though, so we definitely do need to […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alex Guerrero Begins Season on DL

    Hooray! More injuries! More time on the disabled list! Hooray! Candy for all! Okay but seriously this sucks. Apparently, according to manager Dave Roberts, Los Angeles Dodgers utility man Alex Guerrero will begin the 2016 season on the disabled list after an MRI revealed something not entirely positive in his knee. The results of the […] More

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