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    Random Dodger of the Week: Yhency Brazoban

    Yhency Brazoban. I said his name over and over to myself before writing this just because his name is fun. It’s a fantastic name. Dodger fans may forget, for a brief time, he was also a fantastic set-up man. When our goggled and goatee’d flame-throwing closer went down for a while, he also was a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Eric Gagne’s Comeback Attempt Concludes

    Eric Gagne’s comeback faced long odds. He’s decided to foregone the climb. The 41-year-old Gagne, a former All-Star and Cy Young winner in L.A., pitched for Team Canada in the WBC. He coached with the Dodgers in spring training, and apparently wants to further pursue those opportunities. Eric Gagne confirms to me that he is […] More

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    Dodgers News Roundup: Position Players Arrive, Franklin Gutierrez Signs

    The Dodgers are five days away from playing an opponent. But before Saturday’s duel with the Chicago White Sox, the team will get its first full-workouts in. Position players arrived Monday, though many of them were already in Arizona. Franklin Gutierrez also officially joined the club. Oh, and Eric Gagne may be a thing again. […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Is Eric Gagne Serious About A Comeback?

    The rumor mill is swirling with rumors of former Dodgers Cy Young winner Eric Gagne making a MLB comeback. We first heard of a potential Gagne comeback last month, but that was strictly regarding pitching for Team Canada in the World Baseball Classic. Gagne retired seven years ago, and he’s a guest instructor at Camelback […] More

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    Dodgers News: Eric Gagne to Pitch for Team Canada in WBC

    Father Time is undefeated, but Eric Gagne apparently feels he has a fighting chance. The former Dodgers closer will reportedly pitch for Team Canada in the World Baseball Classic, according to Shi Davidi of SportsNet. The 41-year-old hasn’t pitched in the Majors since 2008. Ryan Dempster and Eric Gagne planning to pitch for Canada at […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team History Could Be Made in 2016

    Typically, when one thinks about records in relation to the Dodgers, it has to do with some crazy run Clayton Kershaw is making. Another pitcher is on the verge of making history, and it’s somewhat shocking that it’s already happening. Kenley Jansen is only 19 saves away from passing Eric Gagne for the all-time lead […] More

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    Dodgers News: ESPN Says Dodgers Had Best Bullpen Of 2000s

    Over the last little while, ESPN has been running a series that highlights the best bullpens of a certain decade. They started in the 1960s and have since worked into the 2000s. During their article about the 2000s, they ruled that the Los Angeles Dodgers, led by Cy Young Award winner Eric Gagne, had the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Eric Gagne Reflects On Throwing Out First Pitch

    Never devoid of fanfare and nostalgia, Opening Day at Dodger Stadium is always filled with ceremonies and tributes to honor legendary Los Angeles Dodgers players and teams. This year’s Opening Day was no different, as the Dodgers chose to honor several of their former Cy Young Award winners by having them throw the first pitch. […] More

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