Born in Los Angeles, Jake is a currently a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying journalism, as well as a die-hard Dodger fan. Currently, he writes for Bucky's 5th Quarter, Wisconsin's SB Nation page and is a producer on The Arash Markazi Show. Previously, he has covered the Dodgers for DodgersBeat and is very excited to be joining the team at True Blue LA.
After another disappointing postseason performance, the Dodgers head into the offseason with plenty of decisions to make. Whether or not to pursue Aaron Judge is at the top of that list.
In one way or another, the Dodger roster is going to look very different when the spring rolls around. It’s up to Andrew Friedman to figure out the best way to do that.
Former NL MVP Cody Bellinger will be non-tendered by the Dodgers if they decide he is not worth the money he’ll receive at arbitration.
The Dodgers are going to need to revamp their starting rotation. With Verlander on the market, the Dodgers could make another big splash in free agency.
Camelback Ranch needs renovations and nobody wants to pay for it. The White Sox, Dodgers and the city of Glendale are involved in a legal dispute.
The Dodgers have a big offseason ahead and Trea Turner is the biggest and first domino that must fall. The entire offseason depends on where he goes and when he signs.
In his seven years as manager, he’s led the Dodgers to the World Series three times. Dave Roberts is not to blame for lack of postseason success.
The Dodgers are forced with making decisions about numerous key free agents. Here’s a look at how much each player could cost the team.
Despite it happening five years ago, it’s hard for Dodger fans to put Houston’s 2017 scandal behind us.