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Corey Knebel heads to Philly

Corey Knebel, after excelling in the Dodgers bullpen in 2021, has a new home for 2022 and beyond, reportedly signing with the Philadelphia Phillies.

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Scherzer on workload, arm fatigue & playoff usage with Dodgers

Max Scherzer reflected on his workload with the Dodgers, his relief outing during the NLDS, and how that all contributed to his arm fatigue during the NLCS.

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2021 review: Edwin Ríos

It was a very rough 2021 season for Edwin Ríos. After hitting .078 through the first month, he underwent shoulder surgery which ended his year.

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Dodgers fans guide to MLB labor negotiations

A look at upcoming labor negotiations between players and owners, a potential MLB lockout, and how it would affect the Dodgers during the offseason.

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Dodgers 2021 season reviews

The Los Angeles Dodgers had 72 players on the 40-man roster during the 2021 season, including a franchise-record 61 players who played in at least one game. We review the season for every single player here.

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MLB owners ‘not pleased’ with latest CBA proposal from players

Owners and the players’ association have until midnight today to come to an agreement.

Dodgers finalize 1-year deal with Daniel Hudson

Daniel Hudson officially joined the Dodgers, signing a one-year contract. Andrew Vasquez was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster.

Dodgers non-tender Andrew Vasquez

The Dodgers non-tendered left-hander Andrew Vasquez, making him a free agent.

2021 review: Scott Alexander

After starting the season on the 26-man roster, two separate IL stints cost Scott Alexander the majority of his 2021 campaign.

2021 review: Kevin Quackenbush

Kevin Quackenbush was excellent all season in Triple-A. When given a chance with LA, he only recorded one out.

Vin Scully touts Gil Hodges for HOF

Vin Scully made the case for longtime Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges to make the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Results of the Golden Days Era committee will be announced on December 5.

Seager & Scherzer are no longer Dodgers

Reaction to the Dodgers losing Corey Seager to the Rangers and Max Scherzer to the Mets.

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Daniel Hudson signs one-year deal with LA

The Dodgers add some depth to their bullpen, as they’ve reportedly signed Daniel Hudson to a one-year deal.

Corey Seager goes to Texas on 10-year deal

Former Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager found a new home in free agency, agreeing to a 10-year, $325 million contract with the Texas Rangers.

Max Muncy has a torn UCL in his left elbow

Dodgers first baseman Max Muncy has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow, he revealed in an interview on MLB Network on Monday.

Max Scherzer lands record contract with Mets

Max Scherzer signed a free agent contract with the New York Mets, outbidding the Los Angeles Dodgers, for whom he was dominant after the trade deadline in 2021.

2021 review: Max Scherzer

Max Scherzer pitched like his Hall of Fame self after the Dodgers traded for him. But an arm injury derailed him in the NLCS.

Let the fun begin

With a potential lockout only a few days away, we might see a high number of signings over the next couple of days.

2021 review: Mike Kickham

The Dodgers signed Mike Kickham to a minor-league contract. He appeared in only one game for LA in 2021.

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Trevor Bauer under investigation for assault

Dodgers pitcher is on administrative leave pending an investigation by MLB into a temporary restraining order against him alleging assault, stemming from two sexual encounters.

Dustin May continues rehab in Arizona

The 24-year-old is progressing nicely in Arizona, both with the physical nature and the mental side of the rehab.

2021 review: Yoshi Tsutsugo

Yoshi Tsutsugo was acquired from the Rays early in May. He spent 12 games with LA, before spending two months in the minors. In August, the Dodgers released him and he signed with the Pirates.

Dodgers links: Holiday festival, ski jumps and more

The offseason can be boring sometimes. Catch up on all the latest news here at True Blue LA.

2021 review: Sheldon Neuse

Sheldon Neuse was acquired from the Athletics during the offseason. He was expected to be a valuable bench asset, but instead spent the final two months in the minors.

Dodgers sign Burrows & Martin, per reports

The Dodgers add a pair of players on minor league contracts and also make a scouting department hire.

2021 review: Corey Knebel

Corey Knebel represents a successful strategy from the Dodgers front office when it comes to building the bullpen. Here’s a look at his 2021 season.

Let’s build a Dodgers Thanksgiving meal

Using former Dodgers to make a Thanksgiving meal.

2021 review: Mitch White

Mitch White made numerous trips back-and-forth between Los Angeles and Oklahoma City in 2021.

2021 review: Austin Barnes

Austin Barnes has been the Dodgers’ backup catcher for most of the last five seasons. 2021 was a pretty typical year for him, strong defensively behind the plate, though he struggled at the plate and lost playing time later in the year.

Cardinals interested in Scherzer

Scherzer wants to play for a winning team, and St. Louis could be it.

Five Dodgers named to All-MLB team

Five Dodgers were named to the 2021 All-MLB team: starting pitchers Walker Buehler, Max Scherzer, and Julio Urías, closer Kenley Jansen, and shortstop Trea Turner.

Willie Davis and Jim Gilliam deserve HOF consideration

Don’t forget about former Dodgers Willie Davis and Jim Gilliam when it comes to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

2021 review: Trevor Bauer

Trevor Bauer signed a record contract with the Dodgers, then missed the final 81 games of his first season on administrative leave per MLB’s joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy.

2021 review: Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly had arguably the best of his three years with the Dodgers in 2021, a season that was bookended by injuries.

Chris Woodward has talked with Kershaw

Chris Woodward was the Dodgers’ third base coach for three seasons before becoming the manager of the Texas Rangers. On Monday, he said he’s talked with Kershaw about potentially signing with the Rangers.