MLB Rumors: Los Angeles Dodgers Show Interest in Anibal Sanchez

Anibal Sanchez

The Los Angeles Dodgers search to shore up their pitching continues. According to ESPN’s Jayson Stark, the Dodgers are showing interest in free agent right-handed pitcher Anibal Sanchez. Sanchez, who started last season with the Miami Marlins and ended it […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Chad Billingsley Likely to Avoid Tommy John Surgery

Chad Billingsley

The Los Angeles Dodgers received great news on the status of pitcher Chad Billingsley as he pitched two innings of a simulated game and was reported to be pain-free. “It looks like he’s going to be ready for the 2013 […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Re-Sign Brandon League To a 3-Year Deal

Brandon League

The Los Angeles Dodgers took a step in shoring up their beleaguered bullpen by re-signing relief pitcher and part-time closer Brandon League. The deal is reportedly for three years and will pay League $22.5 million. League was considered one of […]

MLB Rumors: Are the Los Angeles Dodgers Shopping Andre Ethier?

Andre Ethier

Roughly five months removed from receiving a five year $85 million contract extension, have the Los Angeles Dodgers already had enough of Andre Ethier? It has been reported that the Dodgers are willing to trade their sometimes-star, sometimes-struggling right-fielder. Ethier […]

Ten Los Angeles Dodgers Become Free Agents

Brandon League

Ten Los Angeles Dodgers became free agents once the Detroit Tigers‘ Miguel Cabrera struck out for the final out of the 2012 World Series, won by the San Francisco Giants, by the way. After a major in-season overhaul, the Dodgers […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Finally Introduce Carl Crawford

Carl Crawford

The Los Angeles Dodgers finally introduced Carl Crawford this afternoon, two months after he was a part of the blockbuster trade that brought him to the Dodgers from the Boston Red Sox. Crawford, who was considered a disappointment in his […]

Are the San Francisco Giants This Good or Just Extremely Lucky?

San Francisco Giants

As the San Francisco Giants are embarking on their uncanny 2012 postseason run, it begs the question: are they lucky or just really good? The answer is a bit of both. After their 2-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers in […]

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Closer Kenley Jansen Undergoes Successful Heart Surgery

Kenley Jansen

Los Angeles Dodgers‘ closer Kenley Jansen underwent surgery yesterday to correct an irregular heartbeat that has plagued him in each of the past two seasons. Each time, Jansen was put on the disabled list, but he managed to avoid surgery […]

Los Angeles Dodgers in Hot Pursuit of Japanese Pitching Phenom Shohei Otani

Ned Colletti

Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said that the main focus he will look upon to improve the team this off-season will be in the pitching department. That includes both the starters along with the bullpen. The Dodgers have […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Season Review: Part 3

Los Angeles Dodgers

As the Los Angeles Dodgers entered September, they geared up for a possible post-season run. With their chances at winning the division all but gone, they focused their main attention on procuring the second wild-card spot. Their lineup was dramatically […]

Hitting Coach Dave Hansen Will Not Return for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 2013 Season

Dave Hansen

Well, it stood to reason that somebody was bound to take the fall for the huge slump that befell the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second half of the season. Some wanted it to be manager Don Mattingly, others felt […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Season Review: Part 2

Los Angeles Dodgers

After getting through to the All-Star break still in first place, the Los Angeles Dodger faithful thought that the worst was behind them. Star slugger Matt Kemp was due to return after his second (and longer) stint on the disabled […]