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    Mailbag: Trading Puig, Baez’s Role, and More!

    Welcome to Dodgers Nation Mailbag, where we take questions we receive from our social communities and send them directly to our available writers to answer. Please remember to follow us so we can get to your questions (Use #DNMailbag) as well: Facebook.com/DodgersNation Twitter.com/DodgersNation Instagram.com/OfficialDodgersNation YouTube.com/DodgersNationTV #DNMailBag would the Dodgers trade Puig? If so, what player […] More

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    Creating the Free Agency Market Value for Kenley Jansen

    Back in December 2015, we wrote about a potential trade that would have brought the former Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman to the Los Angeles Dodgers. We are now in June 2016 and rumors have surfaced again that Chapman may be on the trading block away from his new team, the New York Yankees, who […] More

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    Los Angeles and The Relief Market

    Sometimes statistics don’t tell the whole story. Last week, we looked at the hitters trade market and how it applies to the Dodgers. Since that time, the offense has woken up and the team is on a roll. [button color=”red” size=”big” alignment=”center” rel=”follow” openin=”newwindow” url=”https://www.dodgersnation.com/who-should-be-the-dodgers-top-5-trade-targets/2016/06/17/”]Dodgers Top 5 Trade Targets[/button] This week, we’ll explore the relief […] More

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    Dodgers News: Yankees Acquire Reds’ Chapman

    Aroldis Chapman is officially off the market. The Dodgers, who at one point actually acquired him, wound up passing on a deal after issues arose in his personal life. Monday afternoon, the Yankees looked back said issues and pulled the trigger (pun intended) on the trade. Many will question the Dodgers passing on the flamethrower, […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Team Shifts Attention to Different Closer

    It appears the Dodgers are extremely interested in having a dynamic one-two punch at the back end of the bullpen. Their attention now is on New York Yankees closer Andrew Miller, who, like Aroldis Chapman throws left-handed and would thus offer the flexibility of having elite arms on either side of the rubber. ICYMI: Why […] More

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    MLB News: Andrew Miller Signs Four-Year Deal With Yankees

    With the likes of Jon Lester, Max Scherzer and James Shields still available, a marquee reliever has been taken off the market. As first reported by Jack Curry of the YES Network, Miller signed a four-year, $36 million contract with the New York Yankees: Andrew Miller has agreed to a 4-year, $36 million deal with […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Andrew Miller Unlikely To Be Signed

    Among the issues that plagued the Los Angeles Dodgers last season, the limited options out of the bullpen was perhaps the most crippling. With scarce options at his disposal, manager Don Mattingly was forced to rely more heavily on his starting pitchers, which even for Clayton Kershaw, proved to be an issue in the postseason. […] More

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    2015 Offseason Free Agent Profile: Andrew Miller

    [new_royalslider id=”348″] With rumors swirling as December gets underway, we decided to take a quick look at a name the Los Angeles Dodgers are apparently pursuing. Andrew Miller Since being drafted sixth overall in 2006, Andrew Miller has went from starting pitcher bust to top free agent reliever. Last year he spent time with the […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Team In ‘Serious Pursuit’ Of Andrew Miller

    With Hanley Ramirez leaving Los Angeles for Boston, plenty of attention has been given to the Dodgers’ needing to find a replacement at shortstop. Reports of the Dodgers shopping their outfielders has drawn similar interest while another area that needs to be addressed — the bullpen — has somewhat flown under the radar. Manager Don […] More