A look at stories, news, and notes from around the internet involving the Los Angeles Dodgers and their opponents.
Following up on Bally Sports Networks nearing bankruptcy and its impact on MLB teams, plus a look at the next five years of Hall of Fame voting. Also, former Dodgers draft pick Jared Walker is now a coach with the Giants.
Former Dodgers second baseman Jeff Kent fell well short of the 75-percent threshold required for induction to the Hall of Fame in his 10th and final year on the ballot. He told the San Francisco Chronicle, "The voting over the years has been too much of a head-scratching embarrassment."
Former Dodgers third base and infield coach Chris Woodward has reportedly returned to the team as a special assistant. Plus, more prospect praise for Dalton Rushing, the catcher drafted by the Dodgers in the second round in 2022.
Dodgers catcher Diego Cartaya was rated as one of the very top catching prospects in MLB. Plus news and notes on the Dodgers payroll (and relatively quiet offseason) and the competitive balance tax.
Where does Miguel Vargas fit in, and who are the stars of the international signing period?
In today’s links, we’ve got info about potential signings and top prospects to call up in the next two seasons.
In today’s links, we round up some reflections on the 2022 season and a few predictions for the coming years.
Syndergaard signed with the Dodgers in part because of the team’s ability to help pitchers improve.
The award honors the best left-handed pitcher in the majors.
Catcher Will Smith and pitcher Tony Gonsolin were among the Dodgers to receive bonuses for their 2022 performance through the brand-new pre-arbitration bonus pool established by MLB.
Gavin Lux may be the Opening Day shortstop as the Dodgers have missed out on marquee shortstops and do not seem to be pursuing Carlos Correa.
With the 2022 Rule 5 Draft coming on Wednesday, December 7, here’s a look at the strategy involved in picking players, plus notes on Dodgers players Ryan Noda, Devin Mann, and Carlos Duran, who are eligible to be selected.
A look at one-time Dodgers shortstop Jimmy Rollins and his case for Cooperstown, and whether Baseball Hall of Fame votes should be made public.