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    Dodgers News: Scott Alexander Not Progressing Well from Injury

    Scott Alexander (forearm) is reportedly not progressing well on his way back from injury. According to a column by Ken Gurnick of MLB.com, Alexander remains in extended spring training at Camelback Ranch and has tossed numerous bullpen sessions there with an expectation that he returns in late-July. Alexander has been out with a forearm injury […] More

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    Dodgers News: Scott Alexander Placed on the IL; Caleb Ferguson Recalled

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed left-handed reliever Scott Alexander on the 10-day injured list with left forearm inflammation. Left-hander Caleb Ferguson was recalled to take Alexander’s place on the active roster. Alexander’s trip to the injured list is retroactive to June 8 so he is eligible to be activated on Tuesday, June 18. It […] More

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    Dodgers: Trade Targets from Potential Deadline Sellers – NL East

    This is the fourth part of my look at possible trade targets. The focus is on teams that should be deadline sellers. My first three articles cover the American League East, Central and West. Nothing that I’ve seen since those last three articles has changed my mind; the bullpen needs real help.The left-handed side of the bullpen […] More

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    Dodgers News: Tony Cingrani Is Officially In Shut Down Mode

    The Dodgers’ left-handed reliever Tony Cingrani suffered some more pain in his left shoulder and received an MRI yesterday. As of today, he is officially shut down from baseball activities LHP Tony Cingrani is stillin shutdown mode. No baseball activities for him. — Alanna Rizzo (@alannarizzo) May 30, 2019 Another Dodgers’ Bullpen Blow The Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers: Tony Cingrani Is Having His Shoulder Re-Evaluated

    It was reported just two days ago that Tony Cingrani felt pain in his most recent outing. Today, he was seen in the Dodgers clubhouse. Turns out there’s a reason for that. Dave Roberts said reliever Tony Cingrani is having his shoulder re-evaluated. Cingrani is at Dodger Stadium today after his rehab assignment was cut […] More

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    Dodgers Blank Padres Behind Dominant Kenta Maeda Performance

    As far as pitching performances go, it doesn’t get a whole lot better then what Kenta Maeda gave the Dodgers on Wednesday night at The Ravine. Moreover, Maeda struck out twelve Padres in the 2-0 victory. We will get to more on him in just a moment, because he did more than simply pitch. Los […] More

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    Dodgers Relief Pitcher Scott Alexander May Be Heading for Injured List

    After struggling with his command during the awful loss to the Nationals that we never want to relive (relive it here!), Scott Alexander has found his name thrown around online. This is not the Scott Alexander I know. pic.twitter.com/bDIqGbdkkl — Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) May 12, 2019 As noted almost immediately by the great Mike Petriello, […] More

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    Dodgers’ Middle Relievers are Unsung Heroes

    With nearly a quarter of the regular season in the books, the Los Angeles Dodgers are sitting atop of the National League West.  In fact, they lead all of Major League Baseball in the win column with 23.  Despite those facts, many are quick to criticize a bullpen, that for the most part, has been […] More

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    Dodgers: The State of the Bullpen Heading Into May

    As the season rolls into May the Dodgers bullpen is rounding into form. There are still some issues and room for improvement but the personnel are in place. Since Clayton Kershaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Rich Hill has returned to the rotation the bullpen has a look of completeness. Adding Julio Urías and Ross Stripling a […] More

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