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    The Dodgers Should Explore a Tony Watson Reunion

    For decades, the idea of the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants trading with each other has been treated as anathema. The paucity of transactions between them is often considered an apt measure of the rivalry’s intensity. Since their commensurate move west in 1958, they’ve pulled the trigger on just three deals. Well, there […] More

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Lose Tony Watson to the San Francisco Giants

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have officially lost a pitcher who earned two out of their three World Series victories in 2017. Tony Watson will certainly be an interesting trivia answer for Dodgers faithful after his memorable stint with the club, but he’s now swapping out Dodger Blue for the Orange and Black. The San Francisco […] More

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    Jon Heyman On How Much Dodgers Free Agents Will Get

    The Dodgers have a number of players who could depart in Free Agency this offseason. We recently gave an update on the rumors surrounding those players, but it’s still unclear how much they’ll be paid for their services. Jon Heyman gave us an idea of how much the top Dodgers free agents are expected to go for in […] More

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    Dodgers’ Yu Darvish, Brandon Morrow, And Others Now Free Agents

    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ off-season officially began on Thursday, and the front office has plenty of decisions to make during the free agency period. 2017 was filled with surprising developments and an incredible run, but expectations weren’t reached. The Boys in Blue came close to winning a long-awaited championship, but were unable to do so. This […] More

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    Dodgers’ Final Game Of The Season Will Be A “Bullpen Game”

    A critical evaluation process for Dave Roberts and his staff is steadily coming to an end as the season winds down this weekend in Colorado. The Los Angeles Dodgers (102-57) will finish the regular season with a three-game series against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. The Rockies are favorites to capture the second Wild […] More

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    The Dodgers Bullpen: Who Can Be Trusted?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers currently have the #2 overall pitching staff (behind the Cleveland Indians), and #1 in the MLB against National League batting orders. It definitely doesn’t seem that way due to the current losing streak, but that’s the way things are in regards to pitching statistics. One major concern as of late has […] More

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    Dodgers News: Yu Darvish to Start on Friday Against Mets

    Questions have been answered in regards to the Dodgers newest addition to the starting rotation, Yu Darvish. David Vassegh of AM570 LA Sports has announced that Yu Darvish will be throwing a bullpen session in Atlanta on Thursday and will be making his first career start as a Los Angeles Dodger on Friday against the […] More

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    Dodgers Deadline Deep Dive

    The non-waiver deadline came and went like a tidal wave, slowly ebbing in only to completely engulf the world before it was too late to evacuate. The story has long since been told, as the Dodgers acquired a right-handed starter and two left-handed relievers to reinforce a pitching staff that has been near the tops […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Acquire Lefties Watson, Cingrani

    In the last few minutes of the trade deadline, the Dodgers’ have pulled the trigger and have acquired the left handed relief pitcher, Tony Watson from the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates have acquired minor leaguers Angel German (RHP) & Oneil Cruz (INF) from the Dodgers in exchange for LHP Tony Watson. — Pirates (@Pirates) July […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Sonny Gray A ‘Perfect’ Fit for Los Angeles?

    It’s been a while since we’ve had a juicy Dodgers rumor (well, one relevant to this season, anyway). We still don’t really have one, but FOX’s Ken Rosenthal dropped an interesting tidbit before Saturday’s Dodgers-Cubs game. Rosenthal opines Sonny Gray is an ideal trade acquisition for the Dodgers. The Oakland ace has steadily regained value […] More