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    Dodgers: Dave Roberts Earns Praise From Andrew Friedman

    At the 2019 exit meeting for Dodgers President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman, there were understandably a number of questions surrounding manager Dave Roberts. Namely his status, and questions about the decisions he made in LA’s game 5 loss last week. As expected, Friedman was complimentary of the 4-year manager. Here’s the short and sweet […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Friedman Sees MLB Drug Testing Changes in Wake of Tyler Skaggs Tragedy

    Unfortunately, more details came out over the weekend regarding Tyler Skaggs’ untimely death. Furthermore, the Los Angeles Angels organization knew about Skaggs’ drug problem leading up to his death. This was according to a report done by Outside The Lines. Now, Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman is weighing in for the […] More

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    Dodgers Coaching Staff Candidates In High Desire Around The League

    For the Los Angeles Dodgers, it happens every year. First, the Dodgers win a bunch of games. Then, they make a run in the postseason. Finally, the offseason hits, and their current coaching staff members get picked through by the rest of baseball in hopes of copy-catting a piece of the Dodgers’ blueprint. Remember in […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Friedman Finalizing Contract Extension

    There is some good news coming out of the Dodgers’ off-season press conference this morning. As part of the line of questioning, current President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman has told the media that he will be inking a new deal to remain with the Dodgers’ front office. Andrew Friedman expects to have a new […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Friedman Identifies Challenges vs Nationals

    During Tuesday’s workout day at Dodger Stadium, President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman took time with SportsNet LA’s John Hartung to assess NLDS competition for Los Angeles. After the Washington Nationals came from behind to defeat the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Wild Card game, the Dodgers got their first challenge of October. Now, Friedman […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Friedman’s Return Remains in Question

    Despite not bringing Los Angeles a World Series — yet — Andrew Friedman remains one of the most elite executives in not just Major League Baseball, but in all of professional sports. Since the Dodgers inked Friedman to a reported 5-year, $35 million contract to lead the Dodgers as president of baseball operations, the Dodgers […] More

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