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    Why The Dodgers Optioned Casey Sadler to Triple-A

    On Sunday, the Dodgers optioned right-handed reliever Casey Sadler to make room on the active roster for Hyun-Jin Ryu. There has been a lot of skepticism regarding the decision since he has been one of their more reliable bullpen arms since being acquired. In 12 1/3 innings for the Dodgers, Sadler has allowed one earned […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rich Hill Placed on IL, Matt Beaty Optioned to Triple-A

    Dodgers’ starting pitcher Rich Hill was placed on the 10-day injured list with a forearm strain after being removed from last night’s game with forearm discomfort. In addition, infielder Matt Beaty was optioned to triple-A Oklahoma City while right-handed relievers J.T. Chargois and Josh Sborz were recalled. The Dodgers today recalled right-handed pitchers JT Chargois […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews Grand Finale

    Doing individual reviews of each and every single player of the 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers is kind of like going through the Rolling Stones’ entire discography. There’s a lot of good stuff to go through, to the point where it feels endless. You’ve got monster albums like Beggar’s Banquet, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main […] More

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    Dodgers Option J.T. Chargois

    Before their series finale against the Rockies, the Dodgers made a move regarding the bullpen. The Dodgers today recalled LHP Edward Paredes from Triple-A Oklahoma City and optioned RHP J.T. Chargois to OKC. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 23, 2018 On the year, Chargois is 2-1 with a 4.76 ERA. In 17 innings, he […] More

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Bullpen Outlook for 2018 Season

    The recent evolution of baseball has ushered in a greater reliance on bullpens than in previous eras. Luckily, the Los Angeles Dodgers have adapted well enough to that current trend. The Dodgers bullpen led big league bullpens in ERA in 2016 and ranked 4th in that same category in 2017. The unit comprises of some […] More

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    Dodgers Defeat Angels in Exhibition Opener

    The Dodgers and Angels faced off in Anaheim on Sunday night for the first of three exhibition games. The two teams travel up and down the 5 freeway every year around this time to prepare for Opening Day. Kenta Maeda was on the hill for Los Angeles and Parker Bridwell went for Anaheim. In what […] More

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    Dodgers to Carry Eight Relievers, But Which Ones?

    The Dodgers opening day roster continues to take shape just as players are preparing to return to LA for their annual pre-season freeway series the Angels. Alanna Rizzo tweeted earlier today that Manager Dave Roberts is set on having eight relievers on the roster once the Dodgers break camp. She also stated that Roberts is […] More

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    Game Recap: Dodgers Sink Halos With Longball

    The Dodgers played host to the “sort of crosstown” Angels on Thursday, in a game played under the lights at Camelback Ranch. The boys in blue made the Angeles pitchers pay in a big way, clubbing four solo home runs en route to a 4-3 victory. Hyun Jin-Ryu got the start for this one, and […] More

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    Predicting The Dodgers’ Final Bullpen Spots

    Last week we highlighted Dave Roberts’ comments on five pitchers that have spots in the bullpen. As a refresher, those five are Kenley Jansen, Scott Alexander, Pedro Baez, Ross Stripling, and Tony Cingrani. None of whom are a surprise to anyone. Now the question is: who will occupy the Dodgers’ final bullpen spots? There are a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Claims J.T. Chargois From the Twins

    The Dodgers added J.T. Chargois today, as the front office continues to make moves to bolster their pitching staff. Chargois is a former second round pick by Minnesota in the 2012 draft. While he has yet to make a difference in the big leagues, Chargois has pitched quite well at the minor league level. His 2017 season […] More