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Winter Meetings 2016: Can The Dodgers Pull Off A Huge Trade?

I absolutely love the MLB Winter Meetings. It’s the best part of the MLB offseason and the best part of any offseason across all of the sports spectrum. 179 more words

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Dodgers Roster: Where Does Rob Segedin Fit into the 2017 Puzzle?

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While it’s entirely too early in the offseason to consider potential batting orders and lineups, it’s definitely not out of line to think about prospective ingredients for the 25-man roster, as the first few moves of the winter promise to dictate which direction the… 649 more words

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Joc Pederson is the latest athlete to tweet his way to an NFL tryout

Tim Tebow, it seems, wasn’t the only professional athlete missing the other sport he played in high school.

Dodgers center fielder Joc Pederson tweeted at the Los Angeles Rams earlier this month asking for a tryout: 286 more words


Video: Who was the most underrated Dodger in 2016?

By Jon Weisman

Late in October on Twitter, I asked folks whom they would pick for the most underrated Dodger of 2016.

It was a doubly subjective exercise, integrating not only your own perception of Dodger players but your belief in how others feel as well. 77 more words

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Bellinger, Calhoun follow AFL Fall Stars path of Pederson, Seager

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By Cary Osborne

Top Dodger prospects Cody Bellinger and Willie Calhoun are selections for tonight’s Arizona Fall League Fall Stars Game, which will be played at 5 p.m. 226 more words

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Dodgers Roster: Putting Together A Working Outfield for 2017

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While it’s probably entirely too early for team management to begin piecing together roster ideas for the upcoming season, it certainly doesn’t hurt when fans begin brainstorming about areas of the squad that could eventually fall under heavy scrutiny about four months from now. 658 more words

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October 27, 2016
The time has come in my favorite sport. Political correctness has smothered the great game of baseball. In just two short weeks we have witnessed something I never thought I would see, the hitters are not only showing up the pitchers, but actually getting away with it. 528 more words