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    Dodgers News: Team Inks RHP Jamey Wright

    41-year old right-handed relief pitcher Jamey Wright was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers to a minor league contract today. He’s going to be nothing more than a long-shot to actually make the team, but he’s depth for the squad during Spring Training as they see what they have on the roster. The Oklahoma City […] More

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    Jamey Wright Signs Minor League Deal With Texas Rangers

    After enduring a season with a group of relievers that were far from consistent, the Los Angeles Dodgers made a concerted effort to upgrade the bullpen this offseason. President of baseball operations Andrew Friedman traded for familiar names Joel Peralta and Adam Liberatore, and is high on Chris Hatcher, whom the Dodgers acquired in the […] More

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    Dodgers 2014 Player Reviews: Jamey Wright

    [new_royalslider id=”68″] After a year with the Tampa Bay Rays, veteran Jamey Wright rejoined the Los Angeles for the 2014 season. The first time he became a Dodger in 2012 on a minor league deal, but was signed to a major league contract in his return. Wright began his career 18 years ago as starter […] More

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    Jamey Wright Says Dodgers Were ‘A Blessing And A Curse’

    [new_royalslider id=”68″] As the NLCS continues without the Los Angeles Dodgers, they have already started making changes for the 2015 season. Relief pitcher Jamey Wright returned to the Dodgers this past off-season and spent the year in the bullpen. In his 19 years in the big leagues, Wright had only pitched in the postseason once […] More

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    MLB News: Players Want To Be Heard In Pace Of Game Changes

    [new_royalslider id=”40″] In his final season as MLB Commissioner, Bud Selig has visited several stadiums, held multiple press conferences, and presented Vin Scully with an award. Selig also formed a committee and charged them with the task of coming up with methods to shorten the average length of games played. The committee instituted changes that […] More

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    Dodgers Bullpen: A Postseason Kiss of Death?

    [new_royalslider id=”242″] PAGES: 1 | 2 Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but the Los Angeles Dodgers’ bullpen is shaky and inconsistent. Okay, okay — so this isn’t breaking news, but the question is, can it be fixed? With the St. Louis Cardinals looming in the NLDS, let’s take a look at the pieces […] More

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    Dodgers News And Rumors: Players Not Worried Over Pace Of Game

    [new_royalslider id=”330″] The Los Angeles Dodgers have been through an odd season on their path to becoming NL West champions. They experienced difficult rain delays, extra-inning marathons, and more unusual events that added to an already lengthy regular season. MLB formed a committee to look into methods that will speed a game along, which may […] More

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    Dodgers Not Worried About Pace of Game Issue

    [new_royalslider id=”242″] With four games left in the regular season, the tough road of a 162-game schedule is winding down. On top of the already grueling baseball schedule, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been no strangers to extra-inning games, rain delays and double headers. While some matters that affect the length of a game are […] More

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