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    Dodgers News: Justin Turner Wins Roy Campanella Award

    The 14th annual Roy Campanella Award was announced today, and Justin Turner took home the award. Congratulations to @redturn2 on being named the winner of the 14th annual Roy Campanella Award, which is given to the Dodger player who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership of the late Hall of Fame catcher. — Los […] More

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    Dodgers News: Justin Turner Ties Team April Doubles Record

    Justin Turner couldn’t be off to a better start. His 16-game hitting streak is a fine way of beginning his first season of a four-year, $64 million extension. But being in the team record books is even better. Turner tied the record for the most doubles in April, also held by Hanley Ramirez and Rafael […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Turner On Fire, Urias Improving, and More!

    Justin Turner had such an amazing game on Friday night with two home runs and a walk off single. It doesn’t get much better than that! The Dodgers are currently in the middle of a 7 game home stand and are showing great promise through their offense! If you missed Friday’s game, here are some […] More

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    Dodgers Throwback: Rafael Furcal, Remember Him?

    The early 2000s were a rough time for Dodger fans. We only won the National League West Division title once, we had tons of young talent that we just could not capitalize on, and no star who could lead this potential-filled team to greatness. On paper, there wasn’t much to write home about; however, there […] More

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    Former Dodgers Shortstop Rafael Furcal Retires After 14 Seasons

    The exceptional career of a former Los Angeles Dodger has come to an end, as shortstop Rafael Furcal announced his retirement from professional baseball after 14 MLB seasons. The 37-year-old, who played for the Atlanta Braves, Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins, signed a Minor League contract with the Kansas City Royals in March, […] More

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    Dodgers vs Cardinals Pre-Game: Kershaw Time For Redbirds

    It has to be nice to be Jake Westbrook these days. The right-hander, who faces Clayton Kershaw Saturday night, has posted an impressive 4-2 record and a 2.35 ERA. A deeper look, however, reveals that those numbers just might be a product of his competition. In seven starts thus far, Westbrook has faced the 15-24 […] More

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    2011 Trade Deadline : Rumor Tracker

    We’re going to do our best to track down all Dodgers related rumors up until the trade deadline on Sunday at 1:00pm PT. Some of these will be far fetched, while others will have more credibility. On Sunday morning, we’ll launch a live chat room for everyone to discuss the news and it’s coming down […] More

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    Trade Deadline: 3 Out, 3 In…

    3 Trades The Dodgers Should Consider… While the Dodgers season isn’t mathematically over, you have to consider replenishing the farm. I know, this isn’t something we’re used to hearing, “Dodgers are in selling mode.” However, it’s not all negative. We have a chance to deal a few players and in return get prospects and bring […] More

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    DodgersNation: News Hot Off The Press

    Ownership, Player Updates, Brian Stow Update & More… It’s been a very busy week for Dodgers Nation: MLB Rejected the Fox Deal on Monday. [Our Thoughts] Mark Cuban discusses Dodgers ownership possibility. Rafael Furcal could start rehab as early as next week. Jonathan Broxton very close to returning to club. Hong-Chih Kuo returns with great […] More

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    Dodgers Hunt For Short Term / Long Term Options At Short Stop

    Rafeal Furcal Breaks Left Thumb, Out 4-6 Weeks, Threatens Retirement   Last night versus the Giants, Rafael Furcal broke his left thumb sliding head first into third. Understandably frustrated, he hints around retirement. I don’t see that being a true option, but you never know. Regardless the Dodgers have to come up with a short […] More