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    Dodgers Dilemma: Could Second Base Become Another Overcrowded Spot?

    [new_royalslider id=”24″] Heading into the 2014 season, no position on the roster was more uncertain than second base. Two weeks in, however, it appears as if uncertainty has miraculously transformed into what might just be an over-stocked cupboard. One month ago, there were three names circulating around the Dodgers’ second baseman job: Dee Gordon, Justin […] More

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    Dodgers Trending Up And Down Ahead Of Spring Training This Weekend

    The baseball season is nearly here and Dodgers pitchers and catchers are reporting in just three days. Throughout the off-season, we’ve taken a look at which players are on the rise (trending up) and those who haven’t had things go their way (trending down). In our final installment before the Dodgers season gets underway, here’s […] More

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    Dodgers News: Questions Mount About Alexander Guerrero’s Readiness

    With pitchers and catchers set to report to Camelback Ranch in 10 days, Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Alexander Guerrero is already getting in work at the Spring Training complex. Guerrero is there so early due to the lack of reps he got at second base, an entirely new position for him, during winter ball since […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alexander Guerrero At Camelback Ranch In Arizona

    While the Los Angeles Dodgers are hoping to land Japanese star Masahiro Tanaka, they already locked up Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero to a four-year contract late in October. The 27-year-old grew up as a shortstop, but the Dodgers are helping him transition to second base. Mark Ellis had the option declined on his contract with […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alexander Guerrero Has Visa, Landed In Miami

    With Spring Training less than a month away, the Los Angeles Dodgers still have issues at second base. Newly signed infielder Alexander Guerrero played winter ball, but hamstring injuries didn’t allow him to get enough playing time. Thus, the Dodgers have a group of infielders consisting of Guerrero, Dee Gordon and Miguel Rojas, but GM […] More

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    Dodgers News and Rumors: Guerrero Could Start Season In Double A

    The first move of the Los Angeles Dodgers off-season was acquiring Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero. He was expected to begin the season at second base, but now there’s some uncertainty whether Guerrero is ready to compete at the major league level. Guerrero’s natural position is shortstop, but the Dodgers need him at second and while […] More

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    Dodgers News: Questions Remain About Alexander Guerrero’s Readiness

    With the largest payroll in baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers have one glaring weakness: second base. Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero signed back in October with hopes of becoming the everyday second baseman in 2014, but injuries during winter ball have slowed his progress. Guerrero, 26, is a natural shortstop who’s trying to learn a new […] More

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    Dodgers News: Colletti Names Candidates For Second Base Competition

    When the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero in late October, it was assumed that the 26-year-old infielder would take over primary second base duties. Mark Ellis had the $5.75 million option on his contract for 2014 declined, but the Dodgers continued conversations about him possibly returning in a bench role before he […] More

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    Dodgers News: Second Baseman Mark Ellis To Sign With Cardinals

    The Los Angeles Dodgers made one of their most important signings yesterday afternoon when they agreed to a two-year deal with third baseman Juan Uribe. Signing the 34-year-old infielder got rid of any speculation about moving shortstop Hanley Ramirez over to third base with Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero playing his natural shortstop position. Signed to […] More

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