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    Dodgers Sign Pitcher Zac Rosscup

    The Dodgers have reportedly inked Zac Rosscup to a minor league contract. The left-hander was a member of the Dodgers organization as recently as last season. #Dodgers signed old friend Zac Rosscup as a minor league free agent. He’ll be officially added to OKC’s roster tonight. Made 17 appearances for LAD last season. Has been […] More

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    Dodgers Free Agency: Bullpen Member Signs With Seattle Mariners

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have seen another footnote member of their 2018 squad sign elsewhere. Left-handed reliever Zac Rosscup joined the Dodgers late in the pennant race from the Colorado Rockies. Now, he’s a member of the Seattle Mariners; signing a one-year Major League deal. Mariners sign lefty relief specialist Zac Rosscup to one-year Major […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews: Zac Rosscup

    How He Got Here Zac Rosscup was acquired by Los Angeles from the Rockies on waivers on July 11. He quickly became their go-to LOOGY. Regular Season Recap Rosscup’s regular season looked terrible from a statistical standpoint, yet wasn’t without value. He didn’t allow a run in 14 of the 17 games he pitched, and […] More

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    Dodgers News: Pair of Relievers Given Release

    It was a rough Thanksgiving for a pair of Dodgers relievers. Erik Goeddel and Zac Rosscup were given their outright release from the ball club on Wednesday. Furthermore – both pitchers were designated for assignment on Tuesday to make room on the 40-man roster. Pitchers Zac Rosscup and Erik Goeddel were released by the Dodgers. […] More

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    Dodgers Make Roster Moves To Complete 40-Man Roster

    While you were getting ready for Thanksgiving, the Los Angeles Dodgers were behind the scenes preparing for a baseball season. The Dodgers made several corresponding roster moves on Tuesday. These moves give the Dodgers a complete 40-man roster. Among the moves: They selected the contracts of right-handed pitcher Yadier Alvarez, infielder Matt Beaty, infielder Edwin […] More

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    Dodgers: Building A Playoff Bullpen

    The ever-expanding September bullpen for the Dodgers will need to be reduced for the playoffs. I first spoke of the bullpen in an article in July about building a World Series-winning bullpen. In this article, I’ll take a first look at some playoff bullpen possibilities. Last year the Dodgers had 13 position players on their […] More

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    Dodgers’ Bats Come Alive in a Much Needed Win Over the Reds

    The first two games of the series in Cincinnati left Dodgers fans with a terrible sinking feeling. A team that can’t beat one of the lesser teams in baseball doesn’t stand a chance in the playoffs. That is the exact thought that made Wednesday morning’s game feel like a must-win game. And on a day where the […] More

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    Dodgers Nation Staff: My Trip to Seattle

    Since this is my first article here with Dodgers Nation, I thought it would only be right to properly introduce myself. Hi, my name is Amanda and it is so nice to meet you. *puts right hand out to embrace stranger’s hand*. I’m 21 years old and pretty much obsessed with baseball in general. I’m […] More

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    Dodgers: Immaculate Pitching, Hot Bats Lead Series Win Over Mariners

    Everything was clicking for the Dodgers on Sunday afternoon as they closed out their first series victory this month in immaculate fashion.   Before Clayton Kershaw even stepped on the mound, the Dodgers’ offense would provide more than enough run support to let him cruise toward his 150th career win.   The offense hit around […] More

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    Dodgers Dominate the Mariners in Game One Backed by Muscle

    The Dodgers and Mariners squared off in Seattle for game one of a three-game set on Friday. Wade LeBlanc took on young flamethrower Walker Buehler in what would turn out to be a blowout victory for Los Angeles. Buehler added on to an already impressive year, allowing just one run over six innings. That run […] More

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    Dodgers Injury News: Alex Wood Hits The Disabled List

    Similar to when Justin Turner returned (Chase Utley came up sore) – the disabled list has solved a problem of too many bodies in the Dodgers dugout. In this case, Alex Wood hits the 10-day disabled list. The corresponding roster move for Los Angeles is that left-handed reliever Zac Rosscup been activated. The Los Angeles […] More

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