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    MLB Insider says LA Dodgers Eyeing Top of the Free Agent Market

    The Dodgers have their sights set at the top of the free-agent market and are looking at starting pitchers Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg, as well as third baseman Anthony Rendon, according to Jon Heyman of MLB Network. Dodgers are looking at Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg and Anthony Rendon. But while they can afford to […] More

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    Dodgers Prepping For Potential Cardinals Postseason Matchup

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are still a little over a week out from the postseason, but that hasn’t stopped them from preparing for potential matchups in October. The Dodgers have three advance scouts on the #STLCards for the remainder of the season in anticipation of a playoff matchup to come… — Mark Saxon (@markasaxon) September […] More

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    Astros Player Breaks Down How Yu Darvish Was Tipping Pitches

    Yu Darvish was acquired at the trade deadline so the he could make an impact in October. He was brilliant in the NLDS and NLCS, giving up a combined two runs and striking out 14 in 11.1 innings. Unfortunately, that success did not continue in the World Series. Darvish didn’t make it out of the […] More

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    The Astros Are Interested In Yu Darvish

    As well all know, the Houston Astros defeated the Dodgers in seven games of the World Series. Yu Darvish started two of those games for the Dodgers and he was absolutely rocked. In both starts combined, Darvish went just 3.1 innings and gave up eight runs on nine hits. Well, clearly Houston isn’t too worried […] More

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    Giancarlo Stanton Will Approve Trade To Four Teams Including Dodgers

    The Giancarlo Stanton saga just got more interesting. Craig Mish of SiriusXM tweeted a list of teams that Stanton would approve. Now told Stanton will approve : DodgersYankeesCubsAstros — Craig Mish (@CraigMish) December 8, 2017 Perhaps the most noticeable part of this list is that it does not include the Giants or Cardinals, who reportedly already had […] More

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    The Dodgers And Postseason Teams Split Record Postseason Pool Money

    The Dodgers might have lost the World Series, but that doesn’t mean that no good came out of it. On Monday, Major League Baseball released that this year’s player’s pool of postseason money was a record $84,500,432.15. Where does this money come from? Here is some more information from Major League Baseball’s press release, courtesy […] More

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