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Clayton Kershaw makes his 2021 spring debut later today. Here are some recent Dodgers stories to tide you over until then.


“There’s no way he’s leaving the Dodgers,” A.J. Ellis said of Justin Turner, in a great profile of Turner’s impact in Los Angeles by Ken Rosenthal at The Athletic.

Julio Urías told the story of his father getting a tattoo celebrating the Dodgers’ World Series win, from Bill Plunkett at the Orange County Register.

Chris Taylor embraces his role doing whatever the Dodgers ask. Mike DiGiovanna at the Los Angeles Times has more.

Molly Knight at The Athletic talked to Alanna Rizzo about her seven years with the Dodgers and her decision to step away.

Andrew Friedman was a guest with Jon Heyman and Tony Gwynn Jr. on the Big Time Baseball podcast.

Dustin Nosler brings us his No. 21-30 Dodgers prospects at Dodgers Digest, a list that includes seven players currently in spring training camp.

June 2 will be recognized annually league-wide as Lou Gehrig Day, celebrating the Hall of Famer and to raise awareness for ALS research. Teams will wear uniform patches and tips, and ballparks will have logos to commemorate the day. The Dodgers are home on June 2 against the Cardinals.

Mike Petriello and Will Leitch at drafted the World Series favorites for 2021. You’ll never guess what team is No. 1.