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    Dodgers: The History Between the Dodgers and New York Mets

    After a resoundingly successful road trip, the Dodgers return to Elysian Park to square off against the New York Mets. With the Amazins currently at .500 and in the middle of the NL East standings, the series doesn’t necessarily carry any urgency. But since we’ll be hosting the orange and blue for four games, it’s […] More

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    Dodgers Sign Catcher Travis d’Arnaud

    The Dodgers have signed veteran catcher Travis D’Arnaud to a one-year major league contract, and he has joined the team in San Diego. Jorge Castillo of the LA Times first reported d’Arnaud was in the Dodgers clubhouse. Changes afoot. Travis d’Arnaud being fitted for #Dodgers cap in clubhouse now. Released by Mets earlier this week. […] More

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    Dodgers Beware: Examples of Overspending on a Bullpen

    The Dodgers take a lot of heat for having a bullpen that has some definite weaknesses.  During the off-season they lost Brandon Morrow and Tony Watson to free agency and also traded Luis Avilan. In the Avilan trade they also sent out $2 million but acquired Scott Alexander.  As we saw, Alexander got off to […] More

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    The Mets Sign Former Dodger Adrian Gonzalez Pending Physical

    It has happened. We Dodger fans knew this day would be coming eventually. It began when the Dodgers sent away Gonzo to the Braves in the Charlie Culberson trade. And it has ended now with Gonzo officially signing with the New York Mets. Thus officially ends the time of Adrian Gonzalez with the Dodgers, for […] More

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    The Mets Have Reportedly Reached Out To Adrian Gonzalez

    The Dodgers recently shocked the internet when they traded Adrian Gonzalez, Scott Kazmir, Brandon McCarthy, Charlie Culberson, and cash to the Braves. In return, Los Angeles received an old friend in Matt Kemp. The trade was really just a salary swap that keeps the Dodgers under the luxury tax threshold in 2018. It also gives […] More

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    What Are The Dodgers Starting Pitching Options Now?

    Coming into this off-season the Dodgers had little to no glaring weaknesses. With an excellent offense and a solid pitching squad front to back, one could argue they do not need to make any additions this off-season. So far, only a few minor signings and one major trade have occurred. But none of that has […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Dodgers Interested in Mets’ Addison Reed

    The Dodgers have been looking to beef up their pitching staff, with Friday’s rumors being centered around Yu Darvish. Los Angeles has also been interested in adding a relief pitcher, such as Zach Britton 0r Brad Hand. Most recently, Buster Olney reported that the Dodgers were interested in making a deal with the Mets for Addison Reed. The […] More

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    Julio Urias learning on the Fly in Trial by Fire

    With his first two MLB starts under his belt now, it is clear that even the Dodgers’ left-handed super prospect Julio Urias is susceptible to the steepest of learning curves. In his first outing in front of a brutal New York crowd, the Mets gave the kid a rude welcome as they chased him from […] More

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    Urias Has Some Things to Work on, But a Lot to Feel Good About

    In the months (perhaps years) leading up to his major league debut, 19-year-old pitching phenom Julio Urias has been compared to many pitchers alike. With both players coming to the MLB from Mexico, Fernando Valenzuela’s name has been almost synonymous with Urias as of late. Both left-handers made their debut at the age of 19. […] More

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