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    Dodgers: A Tribute to James Loney

    After officially bidding farewell to Andre Ethier last year, Dodger fans said goodbye to another of the 2006 rookie class this week. Former first baseman James Loney officially announced his retirement from professional baseball on Friday, officially concluding a stellar baseball life. In 11 MLB seasons, his career totals come to a .284 lifetime average, […] More

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    Former Dodgers’ First Baseman James Loney Retires

    James Loney has officially announced his retirement from professional baseball. The 35-year-old former Dodgers’ infielder last appeared at the big league level in 2016 for the Mets, where he hit 265/307/397 across 100 games for New York. Loney was drafted by the Dodgers in the 1st round of the 2002 MLB Draft, making him the […] More

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    Breaking News: Dodgers & Red Sox Complete Blockbuster Trade

    We’ve been covering the news over the past 24 hours on Twitter and Facebook as the trade developed and here we have it: The Dodgers have acquired Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, Josh Beckett, and Nick Punto from the Red Sox in exchange for James Loney, Rubby de la Rosa (as PTBNL), Jerry Sands, Allen Webster, […] More

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    Dodgers vs. Mets Review: Teamwork Orchestrated a Sweep

    For the first time in nearly a month-and-a-half, the Dodgers completed a series sweep, this time over the New York Mets. The Dodgers offense finally got back on track, and the Dodgers were rewarded for it, and it was capped off by an 8-3, 12-inning victory on Sunday. Matt Kemp continued his recent surge, and […] More

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    What does the Future Hold for James Loney?

    There was a time when first baseman James Loney was considered to be a future cornerstone of the franchise. He, along with Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, and at the time Russell Martin, were seen as the core that would lead the Dodgers back to the glory days. Kemp and Ethier have excelled, being rewarded with […] More

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    Dodgers vs D-Backs Pre-Game: I Believe in Miracles

    At first it was comical. Now, I’m starting to think it’s miraculous. The fact that the Dodgers are winning games with the lineup they currently boast is borderline inexplicable (let alone against all-stars like Wade Miley and should-be all-star Johnny Cueto). But at this point, who cares, right? The Dodgers go for four in a […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Dodgers Scout Bryan LaHair

    The Dodgers are more than likely going to lose Andre Ethier to the disabled list due to an oblique injury suffered yesterday afternoon against the Giants. It goes along with another concern as the team managed to not score any runs in three games against the Giants. Moves need to be made, it’s time. Buster […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Dodgers Interested In Carlos Lee

    A few days ago we mentioned the Dodgers’ interest in Wandy Rodriguez, and that Carlos Lee might be included in a package deal. After losing three games to the A’s and only scoring the runs in the process, the Dodgers seek protection for Andre Ethier. Lee is in the final year of his contract with the […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Pros & Cons of a Kevin Youkilis Trade

    The Dodgers average 4.31 runs per games, which is less than six National League teams and nine American League teams. The lack of production from Juan Uribe, James Loney and others is taking its toll on the Dodgers offense. Luckily for the Dodgers they have the second-best average in runs allowed per game at 3.52, […] More

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    Trade Deadline: New Year, Same Nedily Approach

    The 2012 trade season is shaping up and there is definitely some concern. Dempster? Youkilis? We’re still weeks away from the deadline and nothing has happened yet, but Ned Colletti has apparently pulled out his 2010 trade deadline road map. 2010 Revisited The Dodgers were two games behind the Padres at the 2010 All-Star break […] More

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