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    Dodgers News: Yasiel Puig Suspended for Explicit Hand Gesture

    Joe Torre, MLB’s Chief Baseball Officer, and former Dodgers manager announced on Wednesday that Yasiel Puig has received a one-game suspension and a fine for using an explicit hand gesture to silence heckling fans. It was just after Puig opened the scoring with a two-run blast in the 2nd inning, you can visually see Puig crossing home plate […] More

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    Dodgers News: Utley Talks Suspension, Infamous Slide

    It appears this story has come full circle, with Chase Utley’s suspension finally being dismissed by MLB. While Mets fans might not like it, this was the right call. Yes, Utley was the one who broke Ruben Tejada’s leg, the game of baseball and its antiquated system of rules no one bothered to write down […] More

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    Dodgers News: Joe Torre Explains Issue With Bubble Machine

    [new_royalslider id=”277″] During the Los Angeles Dodgers’ stretch of play that pulled them from 9.5 games back in the division, bubbles became a staple of their home run celebrations. However in August, the Dodgers were instructed they could no longer use the bubble machine in the dugout. Time Is Running Out To Buy This LIMITED […] More

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    Tommy John, Joe Torre, Garvey On Expansion Era Hall Of Fame Ballot

    After a year that had no living inductees into the Hall of Fame, there are three former Dodgers that may change that next year. Major League Baseball released the 12-man Expansion Era Hall of Fame ballot today to be voted on in the next month. The Dodgers official Twitter account gave the news on the three […] More

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    Today In Dodger History: Dodgers Hire Manager Joe Torre In 2007

    November 1, 2007 After not re-signing with the New York Yankees, the Dodgers made Joe Torre their manager after signing him to a three-year, $13 million dollar deal. The Dodgers position became available after Grady Little resigned a couple days earlier. Torre had been with the Yankees for 12 seasons, making the playoffs every year […] More

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    Dodgers News: Joe Torre Comments On Don Mattingly Contract Situation

    Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly will return in 2014, but until the end of the World Series, we won’t know if it’ll be for just one year or an extended period of time. At an awkward press conference earlier in the week, Mattingly seemingly demanded a multi-year extension or he’d walk away from the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Stan Kasten, Joe Torre Argue About Yasiel Puig

    Prior to Game 6 of the NLCS, Dodgers president Stan Kasten and former Dodgers manager and current MLB executive Joe Torre were having a heated discussion during batting practice. Torre managed the Dodgers from 2008-2010 and helped guide them to two NLCS before retiring and taking a job with major league baseball. According to Ken […] More

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    WBC 2013: Breaking down Team USA

    The third edition of the World Baseball Classic got underway last night in Taichung, Taiwan. Team USA will kick off pool play next week as well as pool-mates from Teams Mexico, Italy and Canada. Pool play will take place at Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ, home of the Diamondbacks.  Every team in this pool is […] More

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    2010 State Of The Dodgers

    Dodger Fans, Critics, 2008-2009 Bandwagon left overs, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Our team owner Frank McCourt is currently struggling to keep the team under his control. Our General Manager has struggled to provide the necessary pieces to successfully compete in our division. Our Manager has struggled to balance the team chemistry. Our Pitching Staff […] More

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    2010 Dodgers Home Opener : Experience & Hightlights!

    I jump out of bed at 7:00 am in a panic to ensure my jersey is freshly pressed… of course it was, I stared at it as I feel asleep last night. Maybe it was the nightmares of our bullpens recent struggles that ruffled my sleeping feathers enough to result in a panic…I’m not sure, […] More