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    Dodgers: The False Narrative of Prospect Hugging

    Since being named as the president of baseball operations for the Dodgers, Andrew Friedman has constantly been labeled as a “prospect hugger” by fans and analysts. That narrative couldn’t be further from the truth. Friedman has traded prospects often, whether it’s in the off-season or at the trade deadline. When people complain the Dodgers don’t […] More

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    Dodgers News: Chris Taylor Is Still An On-Base Machine

    Chris Taylor is the biggest surprise of the Dodgers season. On Friday night, he reached base for the 18th consecutive game, a mark that’s seemingly unbelievable for a player who didn’t make the team out of spring training. Make that 18.https://t.co/hksZNAW4kS — Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) May 20, 2017 Taylor is a young veteran in theory, […] More

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    Something for Nothing: Exploring the Zach Lee Trade

      Zach Lee’s tenure as a Dodger played out like a hook up with a very attractive person you meet at a party, one you never hear from again.   You two had that one night, where everything in the universe conspired for you two to come together.  You spent some time together, gave it a go, but […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Acquire Chris Taylor for Zach Lee

    On Sunday it was announced that Dodgers traded pitching prospect Zach Lee to the Mariners for shortstop Chris Taylor. The community began to panic asking why they would trade a 1st round pick pitching prospect for Chris Taylor. It didn’t make sense! Well here are the facts. In 13 games this season in AAA OKC, […] More

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    Dodgers Get Ready for Final Off Day Until May 26th

    The Dodgers fell by a final score of 8-5 in Tampa Bay on Wednesday night after a lackluster pitching performance from Alex Wood. The left-hander went five innings and allowed four earned on six hits. There were some positives to take away from the two game series split, with the main one being that the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Garcia To DL, Lee Recalled

    Due to the injury that Yimi Garcia sustained on Friday night in Colorado, the Los Angeles Dodgers have placed the right-handed reliever on the 15-day disabled list and recalled Zach Lee from Triple-A Oklahoma City to take Garcia’s spot. Garcia hurt his right biceps on Friday night, and the timetable for his inevitable return is […] More

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    Dodgers News: Garcia, Kazmir Experience Injuries

    Did the Los Angeles Dodgers build something on sacred ground and now the franchise is cursed to watch players get injured all season long? I don’t know, but it certainly is starting to seem like that. On Friday night in Colorado, not one but two Dodgers pitchers had to leave the game in some capacity […] More

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    Dodgers News | Rumors: Puig’s 2016 Start, Vin Scully Avenue, and More

    The Los Angeles Dodgers will be playing later on tonight, but today there was news abound as the team officially unveiled Vin Scully Avenue. Other news out there had to do with Yasiel Puig’s fantastic start to the 2016 season, the StatCast numbers from yesterday’s game, and more! Enjoy today’s Dodgers Credits! Dodgers Nation Our […] More

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    Dodgers News: Where Team’s Top 30 Prospects Are

    One of the things that people wonder about as the new Los Angeles Dodgers season gets underway is where the team’s top prospects happen to be. Not in a sense of development but more or less where in the minors they are. The breakdown was done by Jim Callis, one of the top prospect gurus […] More

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    Dodgers News: Roberts Names Fifth Starter

    Alright, someone find Ross Stripling, wherever he is, and bubble wrap him until he can make his next start. There are few titles as dangerous as “Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher” it seems nowadays, so let’s hope this sticks for at least a little while. Yesterday, it was reported Dave Roberts was deciding between Carlos […] More

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