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Suddenly Need Pitching? NOT Jose Quintana

How quickly fortunes change in baseball. It seems like it was just hours ago when the Dodgers were rich in starting pitching, with manager Dave Roberts juggling seven starters by putting healthy pitchers on the ten-day disabled list here and … Continue reading

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Will Spring Training Invitee Cody Bellinger Have a Spot in 2017?

The two best prospects as position players that the Los Angeles Dodgers’ farm system produced over the past several seasons, Corey Seager and Joc Pederson, were brought along slowly. Pederson, who will turn 25 three weeks into the 2017 season … Continue reading

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Was Logan Forsyth Trade the Right Move For Dodgers?

While there is not too much for which 2016 Manager of the Year Dave Roberts can be criticized, one area regarding which he was frequently second-guessed last season was over his personnel moves at second base. The Dodgers re-signed Howie … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Center Field Debate is OVER

So many pundits, and a lot of fans, looked at how bad Joc Pederson hit the last two months of last season, and totally discounted the great hitting he did in the first half of the season, his tremendous defense … Continue reading

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Phenom’s Misplay Makes Up for Dodgers’ Bullpen Woes

Just as I predicted, on Saturday Kenta Maeda pitched another great game and somehow Dodgers’ relievers snuck in five outs between and after three hits and a run to hand a lead over to Kenley Jansen, and the team won … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Spring Training: The Outfield

Once again, seemingly as always, the Dodgers have a potential log jam in the outfield, though not as bad as in recent seasons. The primary culprit is the continued presence of Carl Crawford in a Dodgers’ uniform, but the hope … Continue reading

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Dodgers Start Spring Games Following Loss of Anderson

After learning that likely number three starter Brett Anderson had been lost for most, if not all, of the 2016 season, the Dodgers went out and beat the Chicago White Sox in their first spring game. Few regulars played for … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Plans for Jordan Schafer Defy Logic

The Dodgers’ have basically failed to address the needs of the bullpen this offseason, instead appearing as of now to approach 2016 with pretty much the same group of set-up men who poured gasoline upon the fires of opposing bats … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Pitching – One Giant Mess, or Not?

This off-season can be divided into two segments as far as the potential makeup of the Dodgers’ 2016 pitching staff is concerned, first one of exclusion, followed by one of inclusion. That hopefully ongoing second segment has so far featured … Continue reading

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