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    The Anticipation of Los Angeles Dodgers Opening Day

    “Anticipation – the action of anticipating something; expectation or prediction” 2017 Opening Day is here, and once again, hope springs eternal in the heart of this Dodgers fan. I have been a baseball fan since the Expos lost the NLCS to the Dodgers in October 1981, when I felt so bad for nice guy Expos manager […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Carl Crawford “Pretty Much” Retired

    Carl Crawford was an immense disappointment in his L.A. tenure. That time may be the final memory of Crawford’s career. Crawford is likely retiring, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, who cites his information from a Dodgers source. The 35-year old was cut from the Dodgers on June 13. He had $35 million […] More

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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Owes Largest Luxury Tax Bill in MLB

    In an unsurprising development, the Los Angeles Dodgers have the largest luxury tax bill in Major League Baseball, according to the Associated Press. L.A. will pay an additional $31.8 million for its payroll. It is the fourth consecutive season the Dodgers passed the tax threshold. Franchises are taxed for spending in excess of $189 million. […] More

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    Revisiting the Dodgers/Red Sox Blockbuster Trade 4 Years Later

    It was the trade heard around the world, and seemingly a signal of a changing of the guard in Major League Baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers were just a year removed from bankruptcy. Frank and Jamie McCourt’s divorce the first sign that the team was about to experience some financial difficulties. The Dodgers officially filed for […] More

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    Best and Worst Free Agency Signings of the Last 10 Years

    In case you haven’t heard (or solely rely on a newspaper for the news), Kevin Durant, who is a top five player in the NBA, signed with the Golden State Warriors in free agency. This massively chances the NBA landscape, as the NBA has its new “villain” team. These free agency bombshells don’t happen in […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Urias’ Debut, Puig’s New Friend, Stripling and More

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are coming off of a 6-1 loss against the Colorado Rockies. Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff threw out the first pitch and buried the hatchet with Dodgers’ outfielder Yasiel Puig. The Dodgers will take on the Rockies tonight with 19-year-old Julio Urias on the mound. Don’t be left out of the conversation! […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Recall Austin Barnes, Crawford Designated for Assignment

    The Los Angeles Dodgers continue to make moves within their roster. Catcher/infielder Austin Barnes was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City today, and outfielder Carl Crawford has been designated for assignment. Barnes has batted .306 with a .413 on-base percentage for OKC. The 26-year-old made the Dodgers’ Opening Day roster, where he went 2-for-15 with an […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Talks About Teams Young Core

    Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Trayce Thompson is making a name for himself. Being one of the teams home run leaders, Thompson continues to produce on the biggest stages. During the Dodgers loss to the Padres, he hit his 7th home run of the year as well as saving the team from another walk0ff home run […] More

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    Trayce Thompson Is Here, and He Is Here to Stay

    When news first broke that the Dodgers were part of a three-team trade which included All-Star third baseman Todd Frazier, fans thought that the front office had finally made that big move. Dodgers fans assumed that if the Dodgers were involved in that type of trade, they would surely walk away with the best player […] More

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    Yasiel Puig News: LA Times Suggests Puig Should Be Sent To Minors

    The LA Times released an article this morning that had a rather aggressive approach to getting Yasiel Puig to start producing; Send him to the minor leagues and re-learn how to hit.  The article suggested that when Scott Van Slyke and Andre Ethier return from injury, it should be the likes of Puig and Carl […] More

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    Patience With Crawford Wearing Thin While Thompson Shines

    Dodgers reporter David Vassegh sounded off on the Crawford-vs-all-other-outfielders debate earlier this week on Dodger Talk, stating simply that “It is time for Crawford to have a seat. He should not be the starter right now.” This remark coming off the heels of young Trayce Thompson’s walk-off dinger earlier that Tuesday night vs The Mets. […] More

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