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    Recent Contract Extensions Could Foil Dodgers’ Future Free Agency Plans

    The Dodgers are typically active at each free agency period considering they consistently maintain one of the highest payrolls in Major League Baseball.  As the club looks ahead to future off-seasons, the pool of true, impact players shrunk significantly in recent days.  Recent Extensions Here is a list of players who were potential 2020 free […] More

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    MLB News: Checking in with the Dodgers’ National League Rivals

    The Los Angeles Dodgers made a few splashes this offseason, all of which involved their own free agents. The team spent $192 million on Rich Hill, Justin Turner and Kenley Jansen. External help has yet to arrive, though we may see Brian Dozier in Dodger blue soon. Los Angeles is currently banking on its own […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: L.A. “Favorite” for Brian Dozier?

    Another day, another mention of Brian Dozier to Hollywood. The San Francisco Giants “like” Dozier, per Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, but the Dodgers are the “favorite” to land the Minnesota Twins’ second baseman. SFGIants like Dozier but he's seen as "not a likely fit" for them, as they have Panik. Dodgers still viewed as […] 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 White Sox Trade

    The American League Central is arguably the most fascinating, at least in regards to the 2016-17 offseason. The division has represented the AL in back-to-back World Series, and every team has won at least one AL pennant in the last 25 years. While the track record of success is undeniable, the current state of the […] 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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    In Defense of Being a Dodger’s Optimist

    After the dust settled following Monday’s non-waiver trade deadline, many Dodger fans were left with varying degrees of despondency, anger and depression. They wanted a blockbuster move, a game-changer of epic proportion. That special piece to propel us to the thing we hunger greedily for, a World Series win. That’s one thing all Dodger fans agree […] 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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