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    Trade Deadline Thoughts and Reactions

    The Dodgers arguably made the biggest splash of every team in Major League Baseball on trade deadline day. For the most part, fans, reporters and executives from around the league believe that they received the most bang (talent) for their buck (prospects). This first tweet put a smile on just about everyone’s face as Yu […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Show Interest in Yu Darvish

    It has been reported that the Dodgers’ have inquired about trading for Texas Rangers’ starter, Yu Darvish this trade deadline. Darvish has 6 wins over 133.1 innings pitched in 2017, along with 143 strikeouts and an ERA of 3.44. Sources: #Dodgers, #Cubs among teams scouting Yu Darvish in St. Petersburg tonight. He struck out 12 […] More

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    Dodgers News: Willie Calhoun Shines in Triple-A ASG

    The Oklahoma City Dodgers had four representatives in the Triple-A All-Star Game on Wednesday night. All four of Willie Calhoun, Alex Verdugo, Madison Younginer, and Wilmer Font have been have quite successful 2017 seasons and the production carried over into the All-Star Game as they represented the Pacific Coast League (PCL). Willie Calhoun led the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Showing Interest in Zach Britton

    Well folks, the All-Star Game has passed, and one of the greatest times of the year is here. Rumors are being spread across the MLB fandom; and shortly after the Cubs’ started the trade deadline by acquiring Jose Quintana, the Dodgers’ have shown interest in Orioles closer, Zach Britton. The news was first reported by Jon […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alex Verdugo, Willie Calhoun to Start Triple-A ASG

    It should come as no surprise that the Dodgers top two position player prospects are going to be starting in the Triple-A All-Star Game this season. Overall, the Oklahoma City Dodgers will have four players representing their team in the All-Star Game. Alongside Calhoun and Verdugo are pitchers Madison Younginer and Wilmer Font. The Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alex Verdugo, Willie Calhoun Dominating Triple-A

    It has been said time and time again but Alex Verdugo is yet to slow down in any aspect at Triple-A. But infielder Willie Calhoun, another of the Dodgers top prospects has quietly been having his own marvelous season right alongside Verdugo at Oklahoma City. 21-year-old Alex Verdugo is still sporting a ridiculous line in […] More

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    Dodgers News: Joc Pederson Begins “Lengthy” Rehab with a Bang

    The Dodgers announced that Joc Pederson will begin his rehab stint on Friday in Oklahoma City. Joc, who in a collision with Yasiel Puig strained his neck and suffered a concussion and has been sidelined since mid-May. Joc Pederson had been struggling up to that point batting just .200 on the season with two home runs […] More

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    Dodgers News: Los Angeles Reportedly A “Threat” to Sign Bryce Harper in 2018

    We’re not even halfway through the 2017 season, so why not speculate about the 2018 offseason? Bryce Harper, the Nationals’ MVP outfielder, will hit the open market in two seasons. A Scott Boras client, Harper isn’t expected to reach an extension with Washington before that time (despite the Nationals’ relationship with Boras). The Dodgers, perhaps […] More

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    Dodgers News: Camp Updates As World Baseball Classic Ends

    The World Baseball Classic is finished. Team USA came out on top. The focus now shifts to the regular season, a mere 10 days away. At Camelback Ranch, the Dodgers’ roster is taking shape, players and healing and players are gearing up for the real thing. Dodgers optioned OF Eibner & reassigned IF/OF Sweeney, IF […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rounding Up The First Five Days at Camelback Ranch

    The Dodgers pitchers and catchers (alongside a few others) reported to Camelback Ranch on Wednesday. The first spring training game against the Chicago White Sox is a mere six days away. Here are some important notes from the first five days of camp, as the rest of the position players report Monday morning. Numerous Dodgers, […] More

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    Dodgers News: Justin Turner, Corey Seager, Cody Bellinger, Other Position Players Start Spring Training Early

    Dodgers pitchers and catchers reported to Camelback Ranch on Wednesday, but they weren’t alone. Corey Seager, Joc Pederson and Justin Turner were three notable position players who arrived with pitchers, according to Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register. Top prospects Cody Bellinger and Willie Calhoun are also in attendance, per Alanna Rizzo. Corey Seager […] More

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