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    Dodgers News: Edinson Volquez Signs One-Year Deal With Pirates

    Heading into the off-season, the Los Angeles Dodgers had several free agents and early on, they’ve seen a few already move on in Skip Schumaker, Nick Punto and Ricky Nolasco. The Dodgers were able to re-sign reliever Brian Wilson, a top priority in the off-season and have been in talks of bringing back Michael Young […] More

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    Dodgers News: Ned Colletti Discusses Dodgers Postseason Roster

    With just two days left in the regular season, the Dodgers know they’ll be the third seed in the NL West and start the NLDS on the road next Thursday. Between now and Thursday, the team will need to cut the roster back down from 40 to 25 before the playoffs start. Jerry Hairston Jr, […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Can’t Break Through, Giants Take 2 Of 3

    The Dodgers’ slog toward the postseason continued with another frustrating series loss, but  this time at the hands of the San Francisco Giants up at AT&T Park. Things looked promising Tuesday night as the Dodgers opened up the series with a 2-1 win led by Hyun-Jin Ryu’s seven solid innings of work. However, Ricky Nolasco’s […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Tune Up for Playoffs, Take 2 Of 3 From Padres

    Three days after clinching the NL West and taking a dip in the Chase Field pool, the Dodgers looked ready for playoff action.  The starting pitching was formidable as Los Angeles took two of three games against the San Diego Padres at PETCO Park. Don Mattingly rested everybody Friday night in a 2-0 loss.  The “A-Team” would come back […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Finally Clinch Division, Split With Arizona

    The “magic number” has been the phrase on everyone’s mind regarding the Dodgers lately. These past four games might have been some of the most arduous the Dodgers have played this year and some of the most emotional for Dodgers fans to experience. From heartbreak, to glee, to frustration, it was an interesting three days […] More

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    Dodgers News: Volquez Dealing With Thumb Blister, Will Start Friday

    The Dodgers surprised many when they signed starter Edinson Volquez and it was even more surprising that they inserted him into the rotation. With the amount of injuries the Dodgers pitching staff has endured over the season, Volquez was seen as a reclamation project for the coaching staff. Volquez was a disaster with the Padres […] More

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    Dodgers News: Edinson Volquez Believes He Was Tipping Pitches

    The Dodgers shocked many when they decided to sign former Padres starter Edinson Volquez to a deal last week, but with such a large lead in the NL West, a six-man rotation has been put into use. Volquez will start tonight’s game against the Rockies and given his lack of success at Coors Field this […] More

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    Dodgers News: Edinson Volquez To Start Wednesday, Rotation Shuffled

    When the Dodgers signed newly released Padres starter Edinson Volquez last week, it wasn’t known where he’d fit in since manager Don Mattingly said Chris Capuano was still the teams fifth starter. Volquez was 9-10 with a 6.01 ERA with the Padres and after trading for Carlos Marmol and signing Brandon League after he was […] More

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    Dodgers News: Edinson Volquez Activated, Chris Withrow Optioned

    Before Wednesday night’s game, the Dodgers signed former Padres starter Edinson Volquez after he was released on Tuesday. With the Padres this season, Volquez was 9-10 with a 6.01 ERA as it sounds like he’s been added for pitching depth. With Chris Capuano still slated to be the fifth starter, Volquez presumably takes over the […] More

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