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    Dodgers Reportedly Acquire Scott Alexander In Three-Team Trade

    The Dodgers have reportedly acquired left-handed pitcher Scott Alexander from the Royals as part of a three-team deal. In the deal, the Dodgers will send pitching prospect Trevor Oaks to Kansas City, and Luis Avilan to Chicago. The trade was first reported by Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times. Sources: The Dodgers are close […] More

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    Dodgers Adjust 40-Man Roster Ahead Of Rule 5 Draft

    With the deadline to protect players from the Rule 5 draft upon us, the Dodgers added Dennis Santana and Trevor Oaks to their 40-man roster. To make room on the roster, Grant Dayton was claimed off waivers by the Atlanta Braves and Josh Ravin was designated for assignment, then traded to the Braves for cash […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Boston Wants Starting Pitching; Should L.A. Call?

    We’re transitioning from spring training to regular season in two short weeks. Teams are finalizing their rosters, which means contenders are trying to band-aid any small weaknesses. Among those teams is the Boston Red Sox. Perhaps the World Series favorite after adding Chris Sale to their rotation, the Red Sox aren’t yet satisfied with their […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Still Debating Julio Urias’ Near Future

    Will Julio Urias start the season in the rotation? The minors? Extended spring training? Dave Roberts doesn’t have an answer just yet. Urias made his spring debut Tuesday, allowing a run and striking out two in a 14-pitch first inning. In an interview with Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times, Roberts said there’s ongoing […] More

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    Dodgers News: Young Guns Come Up Clutch In Win Over Milwaukee

    Spring training results don’t matter? Try telling that to Cody Bellinger and Alex Verdugo. After a pitching implosion in which the Dodgers blew a 7-3 lead, Bellinger and Verdugo hammered homers to right field in the 8th to lift L.A. to a 10-8 victory. Cody Bellinger on his plan for the spring: "My main goal […] More

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    Dodgers News: Willie Calhoun Says He Has “A Lot of Work to Do”

    Willie Calhoun is pegged the second baseman of the future in the Dodgers organization, but rumors of a major trade have muddied those waters. The Orange County Register’s Bill Plunkett interviewed Calhoun about the challenges facing his journey to the MLB. Calhoun is coming off a campaign in which he earned a spot in the […] More

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    Dodgers Gamble on Rich Hill’s Health

    The Dodgers officially agreed to a 3-year, $48 million deal with free agent starter Rich Hill on Monday, starting their winter meetings off with a bang. Hill is a curve-ball maestro coming off a career best season that saw him post a 2.12 ERA in 110 1/3 innings after signing out of the independent league […] More

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    3 Pitchers That Can Make An Impact In 2017

    As the Dodgers continue their off-season search for a number of arms that they can place into their rotation and bullpen for the start of 2017, I was thinking we take a look at what they have in the system already. Now these guys are quite the long shot for making any sort of impact […] More

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    Dodgers News: Willie Calhoun, Alex Verdugo, and Other Minor League Players To Instruct Youth Camp Series

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are hosting the 2016 Youth Camp Series from Dec. 10-18 in Los Angeles and Redondo Beach. The camps are open for baseball and softball players of all skill levels. There are three different camp types: Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Winter Youth Baseball Camp Dodger Blue League Experience Camps Dodger Training Camps […] More

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    Is Dodgers Prospect Trevor Oaks Ready for the Major Leagues?

    Walt Disney Picture’s Winnie the Pooh showed children an important life lesson through a honey tree, and that when you bite off more than you can chew you can get stuck in one place. In a similar fashion, many sports experts and analysts have been calling attention to the Los Angeles Dodgers lack of starting […] More