Los Angeles Dodgers Get Great News From Bullpen

JP Howell

The Los Angeles Dodgers are getting more great news about their free agent players during the 2013 MLB offseason. After new broke this last weekend that the Boys in Blue would be retaining Juan Uribe and his stellar defensive skills […]

Loss of Mark Ellis Further Depletes Los Angeles Dodgers’ Bench

Mark Ellis

Ken Rosenthal reported Sunday morning that the Los Angeles Dodgers’ former second baseman, Mark Ellis, decided to move on from the club: Source: Ellis agrees with #STLCards, 1-year deal, pending physical. @dgoold first to say deal was close. Another 2B […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Rumors: Impatience For Masahiro Tanaka Posting Is Justified

David Price

According to Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Dodgers have vocally reached out to the Tampa Bay Rays with explicit interest in a potential trade for their starting pitcher, David Price. Although the likelihood of this […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Rumors: Matt Kemp’s Agent’s Winter Meetings Confidence Is Bad Sign

Matt Kemp

The Los Angeles Dodgers have talked about shopping any of their big name players to other teams and with the MLB Winter Meetings on the horizon, Matt Kemp’s status is growing more uncertain by the day: Dave Stewart, Matt Kemp’s […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Rumors: Dodgers Cannot Overpay For Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson

The Los Angeles Dodgers are rumored to be close to bringing reliever Brian Wilson back in 2014: Sources said Brian Wilson has made it clear he’s willing to return to #dodgers as Kenley Jansen’s setup man. #killerbullpen — Jerry Crasnick […]

Will Los Angeles Dodgers’ Kenley Jansen End Up A Better Closer Than Eric Gagne?

Kenley Jansen

The announcement that Eric Gagne, former closer for the Los Angeles Dodgers, was selected as one of 19 new members to the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot cam as an interesting surprise. For a more in-depth look into […]

Does Former Los Angeles Dodgers Closer Eric Gagne Deserve Hall of Fame Induction?

Eric Gagne

This week, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced the 19 former MLB stallions that would join the game’s best on the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. Among those past stars was the Los Angeles Dodgers’ closer, Eric […]

5 Ways Yasiel Puig Can Win MVP in 2014

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Brian McCann’s Deal With Yankees Proves Dodgers Are Stealing A.J. Ellis’ Services

AJ Ellis

Saturday’s MLB free agency moves included one of the biggest catcher transactions in a while as Brian McCann agreed to become a member of the New York Yankees. With McCann’s five-year, $85 million contract as a reference point, it is […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Rumors: Dan Haren Would Fit Nicely At End Of Rotation

Dan Haren

The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly speaking with free agent Dan Haren about the prospect of bringing the 6-5 starting pitcher to Chavez Ravine for the 2014 MLB season: @dodgers have been in contact with Dan Haren’s agent. Hard to tell […]

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Alexander Guerrero Impressive In Dominican Winter League

Mark Ellis

The Los Angeles Dodgers recently signed Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero in what appears to be a move to replace current second baseman and now free agent, Mark Ellis. Although it has only been a short four games thus far, Guerrero’s solid […]

Rant Sports MLB Top 50 Players of 2014: No. 3 Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw

The Los Angeles Dodgers owe a huge portion of their success this season to their ace starter, Clayton Kershaw, who comes in as number three in the Rant Sports MLB Top 50 Players list. Kershaw continued his dominant pitching in […]