Los Angeles Dodgers Season in Review: Carl Crawford
When the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox finalized their nine player trade last season that shook up the foundation in both the American League and the National League, one question mark in all of it was Carl Crawford. [...]
Los Angeles Dodgers Rumors: Bullpen Starting to Take Shape for 2014?
The 2014 bullpen for the Los Angeles Dodgers is starting to round into form quite nicely. The names already guaranteed to be in the bullpen consist of left handed Paco Rodriguez and righties Brandon League and Kenley Jansen. After today, [...]
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Los Angeles Dodgers Shouldn’t Trade for Jim Johnson
The Los Angeles Dodgers appear to be the frontrunner in the trade talks with the Baltimore Orioles for closer Jim Johnson. However, the question has to be asked why the Dodgers are in talks with the Orioles in the first [...]
Toronto Blue Jays Rumors: Is Alex Anthopoulos Doing The Los Angeles Dodgers A Favor If He Acquires Matt Kemp?
Dan Haren Returns Home, Should Give Los Angeles Dodgers Major Boost
The Los Angeles Dodgers are likely to lose a big arm to free agency in Ricky Nolasco, so Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti had to get creative when it came to bolstering the team’s starting rotation. In an attempt to [...]
Brian McCann’s Deal With Yankees Proves Dodgers Are Stealing A.J. Ellis’ Services
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 [...]
How Will Continued Loss Of Utility Bench Players Affect Los Angeles Dodgers?
Nick Punto and Skip Schumaker were two of the most used members of the Los Angeles Dodgers‘ bench. Now, when 2014 starts, the Dodgers will be without both of those two players. Will the losses of Punto and Skip affect [...]
Los Angeles Dodgers’ Alexander Guerrero Impressive In Dominican Winter League
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 [...]
Clayton Kershaw Wins Second Cy Young Award, Most Consistent Pitcher In Baseball
Clayton Kershaw was arguably the best pitcher in baseball this season and he was awarded the NL Cy Young as a result. Not bad for a player that isn’t even 26 yet. He is arguably the most consistent pitcher in [...]