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Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero returns to Triple-A

Dodgers infield prospect Alex Guerrero hasn’t been at Triple-A since Miguel Olivo attacked him and bit part of his ear off. He returned to baseball on July 10, playing rookie ball in the Arizona League for seven games. 76 more words

On this day in 1988: Twins teammates brawled on a lawn

This story is well known among Minnesotans, but I figured non-Twins fans might be amused by what happened on this date in 1988 (via the Chicago Tribine archive… 189 more words

Alex Guerrero homered in his first game since Miguel Olivo bit off his ear

Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero returned to game action yesterday, nearly two months after Triple-A teammate Miguel Olivo bit his ear off during a dugout incident… 124 more words

Top 3 Noteworthy Trades: Mariners and White Sox

Trades have arguably haunted the Seattle Mariners’ franchise more than any other team in Major League Baseball. Each week we’ll compile the three most-noteworthy trades that have happened between the Mariners and their current opponent.  775 more words

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Ear-biting catcher Miguel Olivo has signed with a new team

Released by the Dodgers last month after biting Triple-A teammate Alex Guerrero’s ear off, veteran catcher Miguel Olivo has found a new team. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times… 137 more words

Alex Guerrero is finally ready for baseball activities five weeks after Miguel Olivo bit his ear off

Five weeks after Triple-A teammate Miguel Olivo bit part of his ear off in a dugout incident Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero is almost ready to resume playing. 135 more words

Dee Gordon cooled off after hot start, but still providing value for Dodgers

Dee Gordon may not be hitting like he did in April, but on Wednesday night, he showed why the Dodgers have stuck with him regardless. In the bottom of the second inning with one out and runners on first and second, Gordon raced from what appeared to be straight-up positioning at second base well into shallow rightfield to make a sliding, over-the-shoulder catch of a Brayan Peña pop-up. 560 more words

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