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    Dodgers: Looking Back on the Trade for Brian Dozier

    The Dodgers traded second baseman Logan Forsythe, southpaw Devin Smeltzer, and outfielder Luke Raley to the Minnesota Twins in exchange for former All-Star second baseman Brian Dozier hours before the 2018 trade deadline. The Trade When the Dodgers acquired Dozier, he was in the midst of a year-long slump which was uncharacteristic considering all of […] More

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    Dodgers: The False Narrative of Prospect Hugging

    Since being named as the president of baseball operations for the Dodgers, Andrew Friedman has constantly been labeled as a “prospect hugger” by fans and analysts. That narrative couldn’t be further from the truth. Friedman has traded prospects often, whether it’s in the off-season or at the trade deadline. When people complain the Dodgers don’t […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews: Brian Dozier

      Brian Dozier was acquired from the Minnesota Twins just before the non-waiver trade deadline. He was viewed as a second base replacement for the chronically under-performing Logan Forsythe. In return, the Twins received Forsythe and minor leaguers Devin Smeltzer and Luke Raley. It was a pretty straightforward and sensible trade, albeit one with a […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Position Player Grades

    Here I am going to give out grades for the Dodgers’ regular-season position players. The criteria I based it on was expectations and numbers. Cody Bellinger’s expectations coming in this year were far different than say, Max Muncy’s. The rest was based on my own judgment. I did not include Tim Locastro or Kyle Farmer […] More

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    Dodgers With the Most Experience Against Red Sox Pitching

    The World Series matchup is set, and the Los Angeles Dodgers will take on the Boston Red Sox beginning Tuesday evening. These two teams have played each other only three times since 2016, so the exposure is limited on both sides. However, a few Dodgers hitters have the distinct advantage of experience against Boston pitching. […] More

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    Recap: Dodgers Win Fourth Straight, Thrash Texas 8-4 In Arlington

    The Los Angeles Dodgers and Walker Buehler got off the mat, and again answered the bell on Tuesday night. Obviously, playing a 58-75 team still carries weight when you’re two games back of the division leader and some 30 games remain. The Dodgers handled their business in a professional manner, beating Texas soundly by an […] More

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