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    Dodgers News: Josh Sborz Recalled; JT Chargois Optioned

    Today the Dodgers announced that they are recalling right-handed pitcher Josh Sborz from Triple-A Oklamaha City. In a corresponding roster move, RHP JT Chargois was optioned to OKC. The Dodgers have recalled RHP Josh Sborz and optioned RHP JT Chargois to Triple-A. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 16, 2019 This is the third tour […] More

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    Dodgers to Recall Matt Beaty and Kyle Garlick

    The Dodgers have recalled infielder Matt Beaty for his second stint with the club and have also called up outfielder Kyle Garlick for his first stint in the majors. Caleb Ferguson was reinstated from the 10-day IL. JT Chargois and Rocky Gale were optioned to Oklahoma City. #Dodgers — J.P. Hoornstra (@jphoornstra) May 16, 2019 […] More

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    Dodgers: JT Chargois Recalled to Take Julio Urias’ Roster Spot

    JT Chargois has been one of the Dodgers’ best pitchers down in Oklahoma City and has gotten the call to demonstrate his abilities once again at the big-league level. The Dodgers today recalled RHP JT Chargois from Triple-A Oklahoma City and placed LHP Julio Urías on administrative leave. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 14, […] More

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    Dodgers: Ryu to the IL, Chargois Recalled

    The Dodgers finally announced the move for Hyun-jin Ryu to the Injured List the day after exiting his start in St Louis. Ryu went down with a groin strain and will be placed on the injured list to undergo further evaluation. In his place, the Dodgers called up some relief help. JT Chargois is back. […] More

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    Dodgers Sign Justin Grimm

    The Dodgers made an interesting signing to possibly fill their final roster spot vacancy. #Dodgers have signed RHP Justin Grimm to minor league deal. Was with #Royals and #Mariners last year. — Mike DiGiovanna (@MikeDiGiovanna) March 24, 2019 Grimm, 30, has 356 career innings under his belt but has never been a reliable source of […] More

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    Opening Day: The Dodgers’ Roster Takes Shape

    It’s almost that time! We are a week away from Opening Day!  Although Spring Training has yet to wrap up, it appears that the Opening Day roster is taking shape.   After taking a deep look into some spring performances, injuries, and previous bodies of work, this is what it should look like come Opening Day:  […] 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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    Next Man Up in the Dodgers Bullpen After Jansen’s Hospitalization

    The Dodger fan base yielded a collective groan after hearing about Kenley Jansen’s expected month absence from baseball on Friday morning. Sometime during the day on Thursday before game one of a four game series with the Colorado Rockies, Kenley Jansen experienced chest discomfort and was immediately hospitalized.  Tests revealed that Jansen was suffering from an […] More

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    Dodgers Defeat Pirates Behind Six Homeruns

    The Dodgers and Pirates faced off once again at the Ravine Tuesday night, just a day removed from an offensive onslaught. As it turns out, the Dodgers were not quite done pouring in on Pittsburgh. The Offense Just one day after slugging four home runs and scoring 17 runs, the Dodgers were at it again. […] More

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