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    The Possibility of a Dodgers and Tigers Trade

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have some work to do. The game 6 loss to the Cubs completed another disappointing finish in the City of Angels. The good news: L.A. is on the cusp of its first World Series since 1988 and possesses an abundance of youth and financial power to continue its ascent in the […] More

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    Comparing Adrian Gonzalez To Other First Overall Picks

    Alex Rodriguez wasn’t the only former No. 1 overall pick to find himself in the news recently. Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez homered against his former employer, the Boston Red Sox, in Sunday night’s series clinching win. It was Gonzalez’s 300th career home run, making him the 140th player to achieve such a milestone. That was […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Free Agent Market Working in Team’s Favor

    When the offseason started, the general thinking was that multi-year contracts would be handed out like TVs on Ellen DeGeneres’ 12 Days of Christmas shows. Why wouldn’t it? The weapons race across the MLB was legitimate, teams had serious holes to fill and a World Series feels in grasp given how flukey the postseason can […] More

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    MLB News: Matt Kemp Believes Padres Have Best Outfield In Baseball

    The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres made a blockbuster trade this offseason, when the Dodgers sent former All-Star and MVP runner-up Matt Kemp along with Tim Federowicz to their division rival in exchange for catcher Yasmani Grandal and two prospects. The Padres were the most-active team this offseason, also completing trades for Justin […] More

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    Dodgers vs D-Backs Pre-Game: Whatever Works to Win

    Matt Treanor. Justin Sellers. Scott Van Slyke. The average MLB fan couldn’t name them. The average Dodger fan couldn’t pick them out of a lineup. At the end of the day though, who cares? As the Dodgers continue their miraculous stretch of winning games with a lineup that resembles a mish-mash of leftovers, cast-offs and […] More