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    Dodgers News: Kiké Hernandez To Start Rehab Assignment Today

    The Dodgers are one step closer to getting back their most versatile defender. Kiké Hernandez will begin his rehab assignment today according to manager to Dave Roberts. #Dodgers Dave Roberts said Kiké Hernandez will start his rehab assignment today. Plan is for him to play for Arizona Summer League team thru the weekend — Bill […] More

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    Dodgers: Enrique Hernandez Nearing Activation from IL

    Dodgers utility man Kiké Hernandez is reportedly nearing activation, according to Bill Plunkett of the Southern California News Group. Hernandez took live batting practice for the first time since he took a strange swing and injured his left hand. He is supposedly set to repeat it tomorrow and will begin a rehab assignment in the […] More

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    Dodgers: Roster Crunch Is Coming For Position Players

    The Dodgers have built a deep roster that has withstood injuries and unfulfilled expectations. As the season has passed the two-thirds mark the Dodgers’ 25 man roster contains names none of us expected such as Kristopher Negrón, Matt Beaty and Tyler White. Players such as Edwin Rios and Kyle Garlick have also been up and […] More

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    Dodgers News: Reliever Josh Sborz Recalled, Jaime Schultz Optioned

    The Dodgers have recalled RHP Josh Sborz from Triple-A Oklahoma City and have sent down RHP Jaime Schultz. The Dodgers recalled Josh Sborz from Oklahoma City. Jaime Schultz was optioned and Enrique Hernandez was placed on the 10-day IL with a "left hand sprain." — J.P. Hoornstra (@jphoornstra) July 29, 2019 Sborz and Schultz are […] More

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    Looking Back on the LA Dodgers Trade of Dee Gordon

    At the Winter Meetings in 2014, the Dodgers wanted a full rebuild of their infield and to overhaul their roster. The Dodgers sent Dee Gordon, Dan Haren, and Miguel Rojas to the Marlins for top pitching prospect Andrew Heaney, right-hander Chris Hatcher, and two current Dodgers in Kiké Hernandez and Austin Barnes. While Barnes is […] More

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    Dodgers Reportedly Looking at Infield Help Outside of Organization

    With the hand/wrist injury to utility infielder Enrique Hernandez, the Dodgers will need to add an infielder capable of backing up at shortstop. That appears to be the primary reason Hernandez hasn’t been placed on the injured list already — he can still play short. Just don’t ask him to bat. With the team in […] More

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