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    Dodgers: Looking Back on the Trade for Josh Fields

    The Dodgers cannot win ALL of their trades and they typically have broken even or won their transaction in the Friedman era. However, there is one trade that somewhat stands out: the shipping of top outfield prospect Yordan Alvarez to the Houston Astros for reliever Josh Fields. Yordan Alvarez's swing is GORGEOUS. First homer already […] More

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    Dodgers Release Josh Fields

    The Dodgers released right-handed reliever Josh Fields after he was recently designated for assignment to make room for pitcher Donnie Hart. Josh Fields was a part of both Dodger World Series runs and was a key piece of the bullpen. Across three seasons with the club, Fields posted a 3.11 ERA and 1.11 WHIP over […] More

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    Dodgers claim Donnie Hart, DFA Josh Fields

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have claimed left-handed reliever Donnie Hart off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles. To make room on the 40-man roster, the team has designated right-handed reliever Josh Fields for assignment. Hart, 28, was selected in the 27th round of the 2013 draft by the Orioles and he made his major league debut […] More

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    Dodgers: The False Narrative of Prospect Hugging

    Since being named as the president of baseball operations for the Dodgers, Andrew Friedman has constantly been labeled as a “prospect hugger” by fans and analysts. That narrative couldn’t be further from the truth. Friedman has traded prospects often, whether it’s in the off-season or at the trade deadline. When people complain the Dodgers don’t […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews: Josh Fields

    Josh Fields was acquired in August 2016 via trade from the Houston Astros. 2018 marked his second full year with the club after signing a one-year, $2.2. million contract, thus avoiding arbitration. Regular Season Recap After a sterling 2017 where he went 5-0 with a 2.84 ERA, earning a spot on the playoff roster, 2018 […] More

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    Dodgers Settle All Arbitration Issues

    The deadline for players and teams to submit arbitration figures has come and gone. The players who were under the gun were Pedro Baez, Josh Fields, Yimi Garcia, Kiké Hernandez, Joc Pederson, Corey Seager and Chris Taylor. Tony Cingrani had already agreed on a salary with the Dodgers a few weeks ago. The great news […] More

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    Dodgers: State of the Bullpen

    As the off-season continues on, the bullpen remains a key area of concern for fans, and likely for President of Baseball Operations, Andrew Friedman. The problem with relief pitchers is their volatility. Signing a big name reliever to a large contract doesn’t guarantee a successful bullpen. While I do believe they should make every attempt […] More

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    Dodgers Face Decisions With Arbitration-Eligible Players

    Today is the deadline for the Los Angeles Dodgers to tender contracts to 10 players on the 40-man roster. If not tendered, the players will become free agents. Here are the 10 players, along with their projected salary for 2019: Yasiel Puig (5.102) – $11.3MM Alex Wood (5.123) – $9.0MM Joc Pederson (4.028) – $4.3MM […] More

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    Grading The 2018 Dodgers’ Bullpen

    The Dodgers bullpen. It’s been quite the roller coaster ride. Like one of those roller coasters that’s so much fun, but you know you’re going to hit plenty of bumps while on the ride.  Scott Alexander, 73 G, 66 IP, 27 ER, 56 SO, 3.68 ERA This season was his first in a Dodgers uniform. […] More

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    Recap: Offense Explodes to Back Rich Hill, Dodgers Even Series

    The ball was flying on Tuesday night at Chavez Ravine as the Dodgers managed to even the series with the New York Mets, and more importantly, keep pace with their NL West counterparts. Both sides managed to take advantage of the long ball early, but ultimately the Met’s bullpen was unable to keep the Dodgers’ […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Top 5 Most Underrated Players So Far

    The Dodgers are currently sitting on top of the NL West division with a record of 59-47. After a rocky start to the season in which the team struggled to score runs and close out games, the Dodgers have righted the ship and come together as a team. This has mainly come about by unsuspecting […] More

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