Dodgers news ...
There was no game yesterday, but the Dodgers were involved in some trade action. The team received Tyler White from the Astros in exchange for minor leaguer Andrew Scrubb. You can read more about it here.
The Dodgers are reportedly interested in Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard. You can read more about that at Bleacher Report.
The Los Angeles Times ran a poll that determined predictions for the World Series champion by state. The results were split between the Dodgers and Yankees.
Around the league ...
Troy Tulowitzki retired from baseball yesterday via a statement through the New York Yankees organization.
“I’m saying goodbye to Major League Baseball, but I will never say goodbye 2 the game I love. Thanks again 2 all of you!” - Troy Tulowitzki— New York Yankees (@Yankees) July 25, 2019
Thank you, Tulo. pic.twitter.com/nENN4hdSAr
Since the Giants got good all of a sudden, there are reports the team will not deal Madison Bumgarner. You can read more about that at MLBcom.
Here is a piece Alden Gonzalez wrote about the “best player in baseball,” who is accepted to be Mike Trout.
Sports Illustrated ran a piece on how the Atlantic League became the guinea pigs of new baseball experiments.