The 2022 season will mark the start of the seven-year rights extension between Turner Sports and Major League Baseball highlighted by a season-long Tuesday night game of the week.
Max Muncy is in the Dodgers’ starting lineup on Monday, his first game action since his freak elbow injury to end the 2021 season.
During the offseason, Chris Taylor underwent a minor procedure on his elbow. He’s expected to start in the field later this week.
The Dodgers reportedly offered Kenley Jansen a two-year contract. However, due to uncertainties regarding the payroll, Jansen opted to sign with the Atlanta Braves.
Newly signed free agent Hanser Alberto hasn’t reported to camp, as he has a visa issue and is unable to make it to Arizona.
There will be some big names making their Dodgers spring debut this week, as Max Muncy, Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts will all suit up for the first time.
Danny Duffy was recently re-signed by the Dodgers after missing half of the 2021 season. He expects to return in the summer, where he’ll be a full-time reliever.
Kenley Jansen spoke with reporters for the first time since signing with the Atlanta Braves. He said the Dodgers tried to bring him back, but ultimately he chose to sign with the Braves.
The Dodgers make a major splash in free agency by signing one of the best first basemen in all of baseball, as they’ve reportedly signed Freddie Freeman to a contract.