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    What Are The Dodgers Starting Pitching Options Now?

    Coming into this off-season the Dodgers had little to no glaring weaknesses. With an excellent offense and a solid pitching squad front to back, one could argue they do not need to make any additions this off-season. So far, only a few minor signings and one major trade have occurred. But none of that has […] More

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    Dodgers News: Tampa Bay Rays Bid Farewell to “Star” Logan Forsythe

    Andrew Friedman isn’t alone in his love for now-Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Logan Forsythe. The Memphis, Tennessee, native has been with the Tampa Bay Rays since 2014. He blossomed into a versatile, above-average offensive piece in their lineup. After Monday’s deal, he’ll be asked to continue that success on the west coast. The Rays’ […] More

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    It’s Time for L.A. to Catch the Elusive Championship

    Over the past four seasons, the Los Angeles Dodgers have had what many franchises would consider success. Unfortunately, the success is overshadowed by the “can’t win the big one” stigma. Ask the 1990s Atlanta Braves what that’s like, with 14 consecutive division crowns and only one championship to show for it. Ask the Utah Jazz […] More

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    The Possibility of A Dodgers and Rays Trade

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are a trade rumor factory. It seems every media outlet has the Dodgers trading with every franchise nowadays. But one in particular is always brought up: the Tampa Bay Rays. Much of that stems from Andrew Friedman previously controlling the organization, and with the team caught between rebuild and retool, it […] More

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    The Possibility of a Dodgers and Tigers Trade

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have some work to do. The game 6 loss to the Cubs completed another disappointing finish in the City of Angels. The good news: L.A. is on the cusp of its first World Series since 1988 and possesses an abundance of youth and financial power to continue its ascent in the […] More

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    Dodgers Have Solid, Yet Underwhelming Deadline

    It’s easy playing armchair general manager; operating in a real front office is a tad more challenging. For the last month, names such as Chris Sale and Chris Archer have been connected to the Dodgers. What about the controversial acquisition of Ryan Braun or adding his teammate Jonathan Lucroy? Are Yasiel Puig’s days in L.A. […] More

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    Dodgers Trade Rumors Central: Who Will Land In LA?

    The Dodgers have been reportedly interested in a number of player over the past couple of weeks. Most recently, sources have said the team’s been in talks with the Rays for starters Chris Archer and Matt Moore. There have also been reports that the Dodgers were talking to the Reds regarding Outfielder Jay Bruce. Along with the guys […] More

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    Dodgers Trade Rumors: Chris Archer and Matt Moore Headed To LA?

    The trade deadline is almost here and the Dodgers are yet to make any moves; however, they’re continues to be in many prospective trade talks. The most popular potential trade is most definitely the Jay Bruce for Yasiel Puig trade. Puig was scheduled in Sunday’s lineup which tells us that the trade is not yet […] More

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    Dodgers News: Series Preview vs. Tampa Bay

    The last time the Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Tampa Bay Rays from Aug. 9-11 of 2013, Don Mattingly was the manager, Matt Kemp was still a prominent force in the lineup, and Andrew Friedman had no idea that Chavez Ravine would be his stomping grounds in two seasons. What a difference a couple of years make. […] More

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