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    Dodgers News: Michael Young Decides To Retire To Spend Time At Home

    For a World Series favorite, the Los Angeles Dodgers are rather thin on the infield. The departures of Mark Ellis, Skip Schumaker, Nick Punto and Jerry Hairston Jr. has left GM Ned Colletti signing veterans to minor league deals. Chone Figgins and Brendan Harris were brought in to compete during Spring Training with in-house candidates […] More

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    Dodgers News: Questions Mount About Alexander Guerrero’s Readiness

    With pitchers and catchers set to report to Camelback Ranch in 10 days, Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Alexander Guerrero is already getting in work at the Spring Training complex. Guerrero is there so early due to the lack of reps he got at second base, an entirely new position for him, during winter ball since […] More

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    Dodgers News: Chone Figgins Agrees To Minor League Deal, Spring Invite

    With the departures of Nick Punto, Skip Schumaker and Jerry Hairston, Jr. the Los Angeles Dodgers have been searching for a utility infielder. Michael Young has been rumored as a possible option, but he’s reportedly considering retirement. A name that has been generating interest is former Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Seattle Mariners infielder […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Dodgers Are Looking To Bring Back Michael Young

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are heading into Spring Training with one big question mark at second base. Alexander Guerrero was signed to become the team’s primary second baseman but injuries and questions surrounding his readiness have caused a bit of panic in Los Angeles. According to Ken Gurnick of Dodgers.com, the team is trying to […] More

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    Dodgers News: Ned Colletti Would Like To Add Infielder To Current Roster

    As the 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers roster currently stands, the bench, but notably the infielders on the team are rather thin. Alexander Guerrero is the favorite to start at second base, but with the loss of Skip Schumaker, Nick Punto and Jerry Hairston, Jr the Dodgers haven’t filled their utility roles. There were conversations about […] More

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