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    Dodgers: The Case for Brad Miller

    When the Dodgers signed Brad Miller, it was an overlooked move mainly overshadowed by the Bryce Harper rumors. Now, with just over one week to go before the regular season opens, the 29-year-old utility man is making a strong case to be on the opening day roster. The Dodgers will have to decide soon as […] More

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    Dodgers: Breaking Down the Non-Roster Invitees

    The Dodgers have 21 non-roster invitees attending spring training for the chance to earn a spot on the MLB roster or impress enough to get called up later in the season.  Let’s take a look at each player: Starting Pitchers: Tony Gonsolin: After a breakout season in 2018, Gonsolin is someone Dodger fans should be really […] More

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    Dodgers News: Who Replaces Justin Turner?

    With Spring Training comes a lot of excitement. Our favorite players are back playing the game we all love. However, on occasion, Spring Training can break our hearts with the injury of a beloved player. Such was the case last night with Justin Turner. Unfortunately, in the third inning, Turner was hit on the left […] More

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    Prospect Reports: Dodgers’ Prospects Are Having Fantastic Springs

    So far this Spring Training the Dodgers as a whole are doing quite well. Most of their expected primary contributors are healthy. And most of them are also performing well. Even more importantly, the Dodgers’ prospects are by and large having phenomenal springs. Let’s break down how many of the Dodgers’ prospects are doing so […] More

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    Jake Peter is Giving the Dodgers Something to Think About

    This one goes out to all those who have ever been in second place. This one is for the bridesmaid, rather than the bride. We are talking about that one guy – Jake Peter. The Dodger who is hitting his way onto the 40-man roster each spring afternoon by spring afternoon while wearing the number […] More

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    5 Under the Radar Dodgers Prospects to Watch

    It’s always exciting to hear about your team’s top prospects. They’re the ones who really get the blood flowing with anticipation, as we wait for them to progress up to the major leagues, in hopes they fulfill their potential. However, while those top tier prospects rightfully get the majority of the attention, there’s always other […] More

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    Dodgers Announce List Of 22 Non-Roster Invitees for Spring Training

    On Tuesday the Dodgers announced their list of non-roster invitees to be in big league camp for Spring Training. The list consisted of 9 pitchers, 3 catchers, 7 infielders, and 4 outfielders to make up the 22 man group. Here’s the full list: The #Dodgers announced 22 non-roster invitees for Spring Training. pic.twitter.com/TVRxca90D8 — Dodgers […] More

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    Taking a Look: Dodgers’ Depth at Third Base

    It is Monday, and you know what that means: GM Mondays! In this series we are going to play the role of GM and analyze players, positions, etc. We will take an in-depth look at the team and diagnose whether something is a strength or not. If it is a weak area, we will also […] More

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    Fan Reactions from the Three-Way Trade the Dodgers Made

    Earlier today the Dodgers made a three-way trade with the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox. The Dodgers traded number 13 prospect Trevor Oaks and left-handed reliever Luis Avilan in exchange for left-handed reliever Scott Alexander from Kansas City and minor league infielder Jake Peter from Chicago. The trade set off Twitter and here […] More

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    Dodgers Reportedly Acquire Scott Alexander In Three-Team Trade

    The Dodgers have reportedly acquired left-handed pitcher Scott Alexander from the Royals as part of a three-team deal. In the deal, the Dodgers will send pitching prospect Trevor Oaks to Kansas City, and Luis Avilan to Chicago. The trade was first reported by Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times. Sources: The Dodgers are close […] More