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    Dodgers: Andrew Toles Leaves Camelback Ranch

    Outfielder Andrew Toles has left the Dodgers’ facility in Camelback Ranch. According to manager Dave Roberts, Toles left to be with his family. Andrew Toles is no longer working out at Camelback Ranch. No details. #Dodgers mgr Dave Roberts said he thinks Toles left to spend time with his family. — Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) May […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Toles Resurfaces at Camelback Ranch

    Here’s a name that Dodger fans have been wondering about since February — per Ken Gurnick, outfielder Andrew Toles has reported to the Dodgers spring training facility in Glendale, Arizona. OF Andrew Toles, on the restricted list dealing with personal issues, has reported to Dodgers' Camelback Ranch-Glendale training facility. https://t.co/ubEGVt6kBs — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) April […] More

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    Andrew Toles Placed on Restricted List

    The Dodgers placed Andrew Toles on the restricted list this afternoon. This move comes after Toles had been absent from Spring Training dealing with a personal matter that has been undisclosed. However, it comes as no surprise as the Dodgers can use every free 40-man roster spot they can get with the amount of talent […] More

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    Dodgers Should Not Trade Joc Pederson or Alex Verdugo

    The off-season was filled with all sorts of rumors about the outfielders for the Dodgers. With the trade of Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp it was originally thought that they’d have an outfield of Joc Pederson/Enrique Hernandez in LF, Cody Bellinger in CF and Alex Verdugo in RF. There were also rumors that Bryce Harper […] More

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    Sights and Sounds of Spring Training: February 18-20

    Welcome back to the Sights and Sounds of Spring Training series! Over the last few days, a lot has happened around camp. Position players have finally reported! Don Newcombe First of all, some of the biggest news surrounding the Dodgers organization was the passing of the legendary Don Newcombe. So many of the current and […] More

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    Andrew Toles Is Mysteriously Absent From Dodgers Camp

    Admittedly, I have always had a huge soft spot for Andrew Toles. His grand slam at Coors Field won me over in 2016. Moreover, he just seems like a guy that with the right opportunity; could produce a huge payoff for a team given 120 games. However Toles’ pattern of luck has been unfortunate. Each […] More

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    Dodgers: Looking At The 2019 Outfield Defense

    One of the underrated problems for the 2018 Dodgers was team defense. According to FanGraphs the Dodgers dropped from 4th ranked in all MLB in 2017 all the way down to 23rd in 2018. When the defense suffers it causes the pitchers to work harder as they have to get more outs. A good defense helps the […] More

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    2019 Dodgers Projections: The Outfield

    In this article series, I’ll be breaking down Baseball-Reference projections, and providing my own projections for the 2019 Dodgers. Earlier articles: Infield: Dodger Infielder Projections: Baseball Reference Joc Pederson Joc, like many Dodgers, had a fairly confusing 2018. At times he looked as lost at the plate as anyone has ever been, while others he […] More

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    Now is the Time to Trade Joc Pederson

    One of the toughest parts about baseball is getting attached to players. These heroes we get to see on television and in our communities every day can suddenly vanish. In an instant, they could pop up on your feed donning a new uniform as soon as the next game. We saw that with the first Matt Kemp […] More

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    Dodgers: Don’t Forget About Andrew Toles

    With a roster loaded with left-handed bats and outfielders, it is easy to forget about Andrew Toles being in the mix. Yes, he is still on the 40-man roster and yes, he has a shot to make the big club out of Spring Training in 2019. We are not far removed from when he started […] More

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