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    Dodgers News: Ted Lilly Is Reportedly Retiring From Baseball

    The Los Angeles Dodgers entered 2013 with eight starting pitchers for five slots and left-hander Ted Lilly occupied one of those spots. Lilly was acquired from the Chicago Cubs along with infielder Ryan Theriot in exchange for infielder Blake DeWitt and two pitching prospects at the trade deadline in 2010. In his 12 starts with […] More

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    Dodgers 2013 End-Of Season Evaluation: Ted Lilly

    Ted Lilly came into his 14th season with a fighting chance to crack the Dodgers rotation after missing most of the 2012 season with left shoulder injury. Coming over in the 2010 season via a trade with the Chicago Cubs, Lilly was quietly reliable in the Dodgers rotation with a 24-19 record and 3.54 ERA […] More

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    Dodgers Series Recap: L.A. Drops 2 of 3 to 1st Place Cardinals

    Another weekend, another Dodgers series loss, this time to the NL best St. Louis Cardinals.  After a 7-0 walkover by the Cardinals on Friday night, the Dodgers competed in the next two games of the series.  Adrian Gonzalez led the Dodgers’ offense with home runs in Saturday’s 5-3 win and Sunday’s 5-3 loss, while Ted […] More

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    Lilly could crash party for fifth starter

    Much has been made of the Dodgers’ surplus of starting pitching this off-season, but one player who has flown under the radar for much of the talk is Ted Lilly. Remember him? The 37-year-old Lilly is entering his final year of a three-year contract that will pay him $13.5 million this season and is coming […] More

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    How will the Dodgers Rotation Round Out?

    Starting pitching depth was an issue for the Dodgers last season.  That’s no longer a problem this year as the team enters Spring Training with eight starting pitchers on the roster, six of whom have been all-stars. So with that many arms quality arms on deck, who will make the five-man rotation? What do the […] More

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    Trade Deadline: New Year, Same Nedily Approach

    The 2012 trade season is shaping up and there is definitely some concern. Dempster? Youkilis? We’re still weeks away from the deadline and nothing has happened yet, but Ned Colletti has apparently pulled out his 2010 trade deadline road map. 2010 Revisited The Dodgers were two games behind the Padres at the 2010 All-Star break […] More

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    Weekend News Around The Dodgers

    Happy Memorial Day! First and foremost, I would like to say THANK YOU to all that have served and are serving our country. You are the real heroes that have provided us with true freedom. Matt Kemp Smoking in Minor League Rehab Matt Kemp was scheduled to play for the Dodgers (AAA) Albuquerque Isotopes on […] More