A look at stories, news, and notes from around the internet involving the Los Angeles Dodgers and their opponents.
Coming on the heels of an off day for the Dodgers, here are some stories about the boys in blue that may be of interest.
Dodgers broadcasters won’t travel to start the current road trip, instead calling games from Los Angeles after a few positive COVID-19 tests. Plus, updates on Clayton Kershaw, Mookie Betts, and Trea Turner.
The Dodgers are below their projected offensive performance this season, so what comes next?
The Dodgers will wear pride caps for a pair of upcoming games: LGBTQ+ Night on June 3 at Dodger Stadium, and along with the Giants on June 11 in San Francisco.
Dodgers pitcher Blake Treinen, who’s been out nearly four weeks with right shoulder discomfort, will undergo an MRI exam on Monday in Los Angeles to determine the damage. Also, updates on Andrew Heaney, Clayton Kershaw, and a possible Paris trip in 2025.
A look at top Dodgers prospects in the minors, plus an injury update on Landon Knack, and looks at the deadened baseball in the majors, and Will Smith batting cleanup.
Already with ownership stakes in the Dodgers, Lakers and Sparks, Todd Boehly has reportedly won the bid for the Chelsea Football Club in London.
May and Gonzalez put in a bullpen session each while visiting teammates
A look at early no-hit bids in MLB, including some Dodgers games, plus Mookie Betts reflecting on his early-season slump, and how many of Miguel Cabrera’s 3,000 hits came against the Dodgers.
The Dodgers visit Petco starting Friday and will see Matt Beaty in the opposite dugout. It was just a month ago that Beaty was a roster casualty for Los Angeles, designating him for assignment and eventually trading him.
The team is also seeking a sponsor for jersey patches next season.
Monday was an emotional day at Dodger Stadium, with Freddie Freeman meeting with his former Braves teammates and Kenley Jansen meeting his former Dodgers teammates.
A look at Dodgers position player usage, plus Mookie Betts slumping, low radar gun readings early for relievers, and Gavin Lux’s resurgence.
2022 marks the 75th anniversary of Robinson breaking the color barrier. David Price and other MLB players will donate their salary for the game to the Player’s Alliance for the second consecutive year.