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    Dodgers News | Rumors: Second Base Remains A Question Mark

    Merry Christmas Eve, Dodger fans! Will the team be delivering a free agent signing or trade as a gift? Maybe. Here are the latest headlines: Dodgers Nation Stan Kasten talked about the Dodgers’ TV issues and the team’s offseason moves Here’s a “Very Merry Dodgers Christmas List”. Find out what we want Santa to deliver […] More

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    Dodgers News | Rumors: Leake Signs Elsewhere; Maeda Emerges As Option And More

    You can scratch off one starting pitcher from the Dodgers’ list, but another option has presented itself. Here’s that and the rest of today’s headlines:   Dodgers Nation The team’s early season schedule reiterates the need for starting pitching depth.  The Dodgers are still in trade talks with the Marlins regarding Jose Fernandez. Trayce Thompson is […] More

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    Dodgers News: Mike Leake Signs With Cardinals

    The constant refrain on as we trudge through one of the weirdest and slowest-developing offseasons in recent memory has been: patience. Eventually, they’re going to do something. Then, another free agent target is signed and you’re left to finish that last sentence with: “… Right?” ICYMI: DOdgers Remain in Trade Talks With Miami Tuesday morning, the […] More

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    Dodgers News | Rumors: Hyun-Jin Ryu Update And More

    The Dodgers’ search for a starting pitcher continues as the team has been linked to several free agent starters lately. Plus, don’t overlook Hyun-Jin Ryu, who, despite coming off shoulder surgery, could make a major impact this season. Read about that and more in today’s Dodgers Credits. Dodgers Nation The Dodgers have had trade talks […] More

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    MLB News: Giants Acquire Mike Leake From Reds For Prospects

    The Los Angeles Dodgers made a huge splash on Thursday, finalizing their three-team, 13-player deal that netted them seven players. Looking for pitching help, the team received starting pitchers Mat Latos and Alex Wood, as well as relievers Jim Johnson and Luis Avilan. Bronson Arroyo also came over in the deal, but he’s still recovering […] More

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    Series Recap: Back-to-Back Walk Offs Down Dodgers in Cincinnati

    For the first time since May, the Dodgers got swept in a three-game series and what matters worse that all three losses at Great American Ballpark by one run. Saturday and Sunday featured walk off hits by the Reds’ Todd Frazier and Ryan Hanigan and although the three losses will have little impact on the […] More