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    Dodgers: Free Agent Relief Pitchers That Could Help in 2020

    The free agent class of relief pitchers could provide some help for the Dodgers. The best relief candidate, the other Will Smith, has already signed with the Braves for 3 years and $39M. Soon after the Braves followed that up by signing Chris Martin (not from Coldplay) for 2 years and $14M. There aren’t many […] More

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    Dodgers Free Agency: Considering a Flyer on Brandon Morrow

    The 2019 offseason provides a chance for the Los Angeles Dodgers to do more than just make an improvement here or there. Far more urgently, it’s a chance for the front office to retool the entire roster, which Andrew Friedman confirmed is likely to happen at his recent press briefing.  One area that has to […] More

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    Dodgers Pitching Rotations: Keep Kenta Maeda in the Bullpen!

    While much is said about the Dodgers’ limitless payroll and resplendent farm system, perhaps the key to their success is their peerless depth. In the three-plus years of the Friedman/Zaidi era, the roster has been brilliantly constructed in such a way that the team is virtually injury-proof. They have multiple contingency plans at literally every […] More

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    The Dodgers Make Tom Koehler’s Deal Official

    The Dodgers have been in the news quite a bit lately, though it was mainly because of the trade they made with the Braves. However, today the Dodgers are making headlines for a signing that has become official. On Wednesday, the Dodgers officially announced the signing of Tom Koehler to a one-year deal for $2 […] More

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    What Are The Dodgers Bullpen Options Now?

    It is no secret one of the Dodgers’ biggest needs coming into the off-season was to solidify the bullpen. In total, the net losses were Tony Watson and Brandon Morrow, the latter of which is a huge loss. Morrow brought stability to the 8th inning, bridging that gap to Kenley Jansen. Unfortunately he left to […] More

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    Cubs Reportedly Sign Brandon Morrow; Pending Physical

    It’s looking like the Dodgers are on the verge of losing one of their most reliable bullpen pieces from 2017. Jon Heyman reported that the 33-year old Morrow has signed with the Cubs on a deal worth either $10 million or $11 million per season. Jeff Passan also added that the deal is for two […] More

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    Who Will Be the Dodgers’ 8th Inning Man in 2018?

    Last season we caught lightning in a bottle: Brandon Morrow was picked up on a minor league deal of only $500k. The year before he had thrown only 16 innings with the Padres to a tune of a 1.69 ERA (but with pretty awful peripherals). He barely had thrown from 2013-2015, averaging about 40 innings […] More

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    Jon Heyman On How Much Dodgers Free Agents Will Get

    The Dodgers have a number of players who could depart in Free Agency this offseason. We recently gave an update on the rumors surrounding those players, but it’s still unclear how much they’ll be paid for their services. Jon Heyman gave us an idea of how much the top Dodgers free agents are expected to go for in […] More

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    Update On Dodgers Potential Departing Free Agents

    A handful of members of the 2017 Dodgers are currently free agents, the most notable being Brandon Morrow and Yu Darvish. While it’s still uncertain where either will wind up, the rumors have been heating up lately. Brandon Morrow has drawn interest from the Cubs, and would likely to replace recently departed closer Wade Davis. Steve […] More

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    Brandon Morrow On Potentially Re-Signing With The Dodgers

    The best reliever that the Dodgers had in 2017, not named Kenley Jansen, was Brandon Morrow. He was constantly used in high-leverage situations up until the very end, and having him back as Jansen’s setup-man would make Los Angeles’ bullpen lethal. In 43.2 innings pitched during the 2017 regular season, Brandon Morrow put up a […] More

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