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    Reviewing 2012: The power bat of Juan Rivera that never was

    Juan Rivera was a cheap post-trade deadline pickup from the Toronto Blue Jays in 2011 that paid dividends for the Dodgers. Unable to land one of the top free agents in the offseason, the Dodgers re-signed Rivera, who was expected to be their everyday left fielder.  Instead he found himself mainly in a platoon at first base […] 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 Rumors: Is Shane Victorino The Answer?

    It appears that Shane Victorino is wearing out his welcome in Philadelphia. He was scratched from the line-up this past Sunday after arriving late and complaining about hitting seventh. Not exactly the team player personality that Colletti so desires… Jon Heyman from CBS Sports shared this “bit” of information: Dodgers have a bit of interest […] More

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    2012 Dodgers Season Preview: Outfield

    Listen closely and you can hear the whispers of people complaining of Matt Kemp’s spring training numbers. Matt Kemp didn’t get a $160m contract for posting great numbers in Spring Training. When asked about Opening Day, Kemp replied,  “I will let Beast Mode off its leash.” If you asked me to describe the Dodgers outfield […] More