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2018 Dodgers Review: Clayton Kershaw

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Dodgers announce 2019 minor league coaches

The Dodgers announced their 2019 minor league coaching staffs on Monday, with six new coaches added to the organization plus several new positions for others.

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Dodgers are letting the luxury tax dictate their offseason

Talking about the Dodgers and the luxury tax is getting old. But here we are in January and the Dodgers are worse off than last year so far, with spring training a month away.

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Dodgers avoid arbitration with seven players

On Friday, the Dodgers went out and acquired catcher Russell Martin. Lost in the frenzy of this trade news, they avoided arbitration with seven players.

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Dodgers acquire Russell Martin from Blue Jays

The Dodgers acquired their former catcher from the Blue Jays on Friday morning. Russell Martin, who played his first five seasons with LA, returns nearly a decade after he left.

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True Blue LA is hiring a site manager

Come cover the Dodgers with us!

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Get the new ‘Kershaw Forever’ shirt

The Dodgers were able to get Clayton Kershaw to come back on a new three-year deal. Celebrate the great lefty with this shirt from Breaking T.

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Los Angeles Dodgers payroll worksheet

Full details on the Dodgers’ roster, service time, and payroll, updated throughout the year.

Walker Buehler, You’re My Hero

Get this fresh new shirt from Breaking T in celebration of Walker Buehler showing the Rockies who’s boss.

2018 top Dodgers prospects

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Tomorrow is deadline to exchange salary figures

Seager, Taylor and the other tendered Dodgers could go to arbitration if they don’t finalize their agreements tomorrow

The Dodgers need to figure out the catching situation

The Dodgers have six weeks to find their starting catcher.

Yasmani Grandal signs with the Brewers

After turning down a qualifying offer that would’ve brought him back to the Dodgers for $17.9 million, Yasmani Grandal has decided to sign a similar one-year pact with the Brewers.

Dodgers acquire Jaime Schultz from Rays

On Tuesday, the Dodgers acquired right-handed pitcher Jaime Schultz from Tampa Bay. In the deal, the Dodgers sent minor-leaguer Caleb Sampen to the Rays.

Podcast episode 1901: Welcome to the post-dump new year

Catching up on the Dodgers offseason with our first podcast episode of 2019. We recap the salary dump trade with the Reds, which included jettisoning Yasiel Puig and more to Cincinnati.

2018 Dodgers Review: Matt Kemp

When he was reacquired, Matt Kemp wasn’t long for this team. Instead, he gave the Dodgers a solid first half when the team needed it most.

2018 Dodgers Review: Max Muncy

Max Muncy went from minor-league signing in 2017 to unheralded hero by the end of the 2018 season. His time with the Dodgers has been quite eventful.

Dodgers sign Shane Peterson to minor league contract

Two days into the new year, the Dodgers have already gone out and signed an outfielder. No, it’s not Bryce Harper, but nonetheless, it could wind up being a sneaky good under-the-radar addition like Chris Taylor and Max Muncy were.

Review of 2019 Dodger salary arbitration players

Corey Seager and Chris Taylor are first-time eligible arbitration players

2018 Dodgers Review: Justin Turner

Fan favorite, clubhouse leader and offensive juggernaut will try to lead Dodgers to a World Series title

2018 Dodgers Review: Walker Buehler

Though he didn’t take home Rookie of the Year honors, no rookie pitcher had a better season than 24-year-old Walker Buehler.

2018 Dodgers Review: Yasmani Grandal

Grandal started 429 games in the last four seasons, his framing excellence and home run hitting bat will be missed in 2019

2018 Dodgers Review: Logan Forsythe

Forsythe never matched his previous offensive punch as a Dodger

2018 Dodgers Review: Joc Pederson

It’s been an up-and-down ride for Joc Pederson during his four-year career with the Dodgers. 2018 was definitely an up, as Pederson had his most complete season as a big-leaguer.

2018 Dodgers Review: Manny Machado

Machado solidified shortstop position for second half and playoff push

2018 Dodgers Review: Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor played all over the diamond again for the Dodgers in 2018. Even with a slightly down year compared to last year’s numbers, Taylor turned in a solid season as a super utility.

2018 Dodgers Review: Kenta Maeda

It was an up-and-down year for Kenta Maeda. After a strong first-half, Maeda struggled during the second-half of the season. He was sent to the bullpen in the middle of August, where he remained for the rest of the season.

2018 Dodgers Review: Cody Bellinger

After winning Rookie of the Year in 2017, the sky was the limit for Cody Bellinger. He struggled a bit in his sophomore campaign, but ultimately put together a very solid season.

2018 Dodgers Review: Caleb Ferguson

Caleb Ferguson started the season in double-A Tulsa, but quickly moved up and found himself as a key member of the Dodgers bullpen for the 2018 season.

2018 Dodgers Review: Chase Utley

Fan and organization favorite retires on his terms

2018 Dodgers Review: Austin Barnes

Dodgers believe defensive star Barnes will return to his 2017 offensive output next season

2018 Dodgers Review: Scott Alexander

Alexander’s season was full of ups and downs, walks were still a issue for the ground ball specialist. He did lead the team with 73 appearances on the mound.

2018 Dodgers Review: Dennis Santana

Dennis Santana only appeared in one game with the Dodgers in 2018, allowing five runs in 3 2⁄3 innings.


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