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    Dodgers’ Yu Darvish, Brandon Morrow, And Others Now Free Agents

    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ off-season officially began on Thursday, and the front office has plenty of decisions to make during the free agency period. 2017 was filled with surprising developments and an incredible run, but expectations weren’t reached. The Boys in Blue came close to winning a long-awaited championship, but were unable to do so. This […] More

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    Dodgers News: Adam Liberatore and Franklin Gutierrez; Season’s Over

    Dave Roberts announced earlier on Friday that Adam Liberatore and Franklin Gutierrez’s seasons have come to a close after suffering injuries that they can’t bounce back from this year. The Dodgers are shutting down Adam Liberatore and Franklin Gutierrez for the season. — Andy McCullough (@McCulloughTimes) September 8, 2017 Although both of these players were […] More

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    Dodgers News: Franklin Gutierrez Left Saturday’s Game Injured

    It hasn’t been long since Franklin Gutierrez came off the disabled list. But Saturday might’ve been a setback. Gutierrez left the 10-2 win over San Diego with hip tightness. He was injured running the bases in the fifth, and was replaced by Andrew Toles. Franklin Gutierrez left the game with "hip tightness" — Bill Plunkett […] More

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    Dodgers News: Franklin Gutierrez Activated, Van Slyke Optioned

    The Dodgers have officially activated outfielder Franklin Gutierrez. To make room for Gutierrez on the 25-man roster, the Dodgers have optioned the struggling Scott Van Slyke. Today, the #Dodgers reinstated Franklin Gutierrez from the 10-day DL and optioned Scott Van Slyke to Triple-A Oklahoma City. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 2, 2017 Franklin Gutierrez […] More

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    Dodgers News: L.A. Expects Several Injured Players Back Soon

    The injuries have piled up for the Dodgers in the season’s first month. Logan Forsythe appears a week away. Dave Roberts also said Franklin Gutierrez and Joc Pederson should be back soon as well. Roberts said Logan Forsythe is at least a week away from being activated. #Dodgers — David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) April 28, 2017 […] More

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    Dodgers News: Last Season’s Troubling Injury Trend Continues

    Last season, the Dodgers set the record for most players placed on the disabled list (28). This season is off to another rocky start. The Dodgers have already placed 11 players on the DL, most recently losing Logan Forsythe and Rob Segedin. #Dodgers put Forsythe (right great toe fracture) & Segedin (right great toe strain) […] More

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    Dodgers News: Andre Ethier Still Not Close to Returning

    Andre Ethier isn’t close to returning to baseball activity, per Alanna Rizzo. Ethier was hit with a herniated disc in early March, and has yet to resume baseball activities. Ethier is still not doing baseball activities according to Roberts, and is still "not close" to coming back. #Dodgers — Alanna Rizzo (@alannarizzo) April 14, 2017 […] More

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    Dodgers News: Franklin Gutierrez to DL; Trayce Thompson Recalled

    Some fans were angry when Trayce Thompson didn’t make the Opening Day roster. Less than two weeks later, he’s back. Franklin Gutierrez is placed on the 10-day disabled list with a hamstring injury. Thompson is recalled to fill his spot. The Dodgers have placed Franklin Gutierrez on the 10-day DL (left hamstring strain) and recalled […] More

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    Dodgers News: Justin Turner Out of Wednesday’s Lineup Versus Cubs

    After leaving Monday’s game late with a quad injury, Justin Turner is out of the Dodgers lineup Wednesday. Turner, who’s fresh off a four-year, $64 million contract extension, sits for the second time this season. He received a standard day off in the series finale against San Diego last week. Justin Turner not in #Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Fails First Test Versus Left-Hander

    Dave Roberts and the Dodgers players are tired of questions about facing left-handed pitching. But L.A. did little to mitigate those concerns Tuesday. The Dodgers were dumbfounded by journeyman Padres starter Clayton Richard in a 4-0 loss. Richard threw eight shutout innings in what was his longest outing since 2013, according to MLB.com. The only […] More

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    Breaking Down the Dodgers Roster Moves

    After a long spring training, alas, we finally know. After making the final round of roster cuts, the Dodgers have settled on their opening day, 25-man roster. The question now is, did they get it right? We’ll have to say that it’s “TBD” for the time being. Undoubtedly, these were some tough calls. Many players […] More

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