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The Dodgers are in desperate need of a reliever

Do they pull the trigger?

Could the Dodgers dip into the starting pitcher market?

It seems unlikely, but not impossible

Kenley Jansen is no longer the answer

The story behind his steady decline and how the Dodgers should respond

Joc Pederson’s historic Home Run Derby

We’re still in shock

Alex Verdugo embraces the big moment

A look back at Walker Buehler’s historic night

One for the ages

Turns out, Max Muncy’s 2018 wasn’t a fluke

He can hit and play defense at an All-Star level

Dodgers have quality options to fill in for Seager

Hamstring injury could keep him out for a month

Pederson is one of the hottest hitters in the game

Pederson’s slugging percentage is ranked 7th in the MLB

Dodgers succeeding despite bullpen woes

Helps us Craig Kimbrel, you’re our only hope

Ten things about the 2019 Dodgers

Dodgers record is 10 games better than a year ago

Verdugo proving to be better than advertised

Power and contact numbers put him in rare company

Chris Taylor could prove to be LA’s most valuable player

It was just a week ago that fans on social media were calling for Chris Taylor to be sent to the minors. Or, even worst, designated for assignment.

Ron Cey, the standard bearer for April

Cey’s bat was one reason for the 17-3 start by Dodgers

Floro and Alexander are keys to the bullpen

The two relievers are flying under the radar, but their contributions are substantial.

Cody Bellinger’s hot start courtesy of improved plate discipline

Early season fluke or signs of a step forward?

5 Bold Dodgers’ Predictions for 2019

Barnes’ hot spring gives hope for strong 2019

Who needs Yasmani Grandal?

A look at the MLB rule changes

The Dodgers are no strangers to trying to work the rules to their advantage, how might the new changes affect them

Predicting the Opening Day bullpen

With Opening Day officially less than two weeks away, there are still some uncertainties with what the roster will look like for game one.

Russell Martin discusses versatility, compares Julio Urías to Clayton Kershaw

On January 11, the Dodgers acquired catcher Russell Martin from the Toronto Blue Jays. After eight years, the 36-year-old would return to his former team, the team that drafted him nearly 17 years ago.

What to do with Julio Urías

Dodgers should sign Craig Kimbrel

It’s not every day that you have a chance to sign one of the best closers in the history of the game. Sure, he likely won’t be a closer with LA, but the Dodgers absolutely need to do whatever it takes to try and sign Craig Kimbrel to a contract.

Should Clayton Kershaw start season on DL?

Manager Dave Roberts has a very tough decision on his hands. Coming into the spring, there was no question as to who would be taking the mound for the Dodgers on March 28. The same guy who has taken the hill on Opening Day every year since 2010, Clayton Kershaw.

Early surprises from first week of Spring Training

Spring Training has a week in the books, and a lot has happened so far. Some good, and some bad.

Ramifications of Dodgers actually signing Bryce Harper

Could still be highly unlikely, but the Dodgers and Bryce Harper rumors have heated back up. Here is a look at what it would cost the Dodgers in short term and long term with regards to the roster and payroll.

Too early for Opening Day roster thoughts?

Only a few questions to be answered at Camelback Ranch

Dodgers begin 11th spring training at Camelback Ranch

Pitchers and catchers reporting marks the beginning of another season

So what can we expect from that draft pick anyway?

The Dodgers lost a draft pick for signing A. J. Pollock, but gained one for losing Yasmani Grandal. But what kinds of future players do those picks represent?

Does it make sense to switch out Pollock for Pederson?

The Dodgers are rumored to be interested in A.J. Pollock and have been discussing the possibility of trading Job Pederson. Does it really make sense to essentially switch out Pollock for Pederson?

Dodgers are letting the luxury tax dictate their offseason

Talking about the Dodgers and the luxury tax is getting old. But here we are in January and the Dodgers are worse off than last year so far, with spring training a month away.

Longing for times of Winter Meetings past

The Winter Meetings used to be where it all went down. This year left us wanting more action. What will come of all the rumors?


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