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2019 Spring Training

A collection of all spring training content. From the broadcast schedule to game recaps - it's all in one place.

Turner homers in loss to D-backs

The Dodgers’ Spring Training record falls under .500

Dodgers fall to Brewers in Phoenix

This is the Dodgers’ 12th loss this spring

Seager returns, Urias readjusted

The two Dodgers topped the headlines in Wednesday night’s draw against the Cubs

Kershaw throws BP; news and notes

Barnes’ hot spring gives hope for strong 2019

Who needs Yasmani Grandal?

Dodgers offense struggles in loss to Rangers

The Dodgers’ spring training record falls to 12-10-2

What is left for the Dodgers to figure out before Opening Day

Bullpen has some spots to fill, starting rotation and will Seager be ready are three questions to be answered

Key hits by Verdugo and Orlando give Dodgers a late win

Julio Urias and Yimi Garcia continue strong springs

Dodgers offense on fire, pitching lights out

The Dodgers defeated the Padres in their second game of the day

Dodgers tie versus Reds, face Puig

The Dodgers’ spring training record is now 9-8-2

Kershaw throws bullpen, Seager plays in the field

Two key players progress in their work towards Opening Day

Thursday’s news and notes from Glendale

Updates on what is going on spring training

Dodgers can’t top the White Sox

The boys in blue blew their four-run lead at Camelback Ranch

Buehler returns to mound to pitch batting practice today

Walker Buehler believes he is back on track to pitch opening week

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.

Gonsolin shines, Ferguson and Barnes discuss future roles

There weren’t a lot of bright spots in Monday’s 4-1 loss to the Giants. However, one of the silver linings was the performance from right-hander Tony Gonsolin.

Kershaw throws bullpen, Ferguson seen as long reliever

I took a break from school at Arizona State to head down the road to Camelback Ranch. Here’s the latest news from Monday.

What to do with Julio Urías

Sunday open thread

Here’s an open thread for today!

Hernandez homers, Maeda deals

Hernandez and Maeda lead the Dodgers to victory over Seattle

Ryu looks great, Pollock goes deep, injury news

The Dodgers lost to the Royals 7-4 on Friday night. Here are some takeaways.

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.

Dodgers take advantage of Angels mistakes in a 6-2 win

The Dodgers spring training record improves to 7-5-1

Dodgers news: Updates on rotation, injuries and roster changes

The latest out of Camelback.

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.

Clayton Kershaw may miss Opening Day start

For the last eight seasons, Clayton Kershaw has gotten the start on Opening Day. That streak may be in jeopardy, as his lingering shoulder issues may be too much for him to overcome by March 28.

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.

Alex Verdugo guides Dodgers to 6-3 win over Rangers

LA scored six runs on Sunday, with four of them coming in the third inning.

Dodgers news: Hill ‘feels great’, Seager making great progress

Rich Hill made his second appearance of the spring on Thursday. Hill threw 2 1⁄3 innings, striking out two and allowing two unearned runs.

Julio Urías may join starting rotation

Urías got his first action of the spring on Wednesday. Getting the start, he retired all three batters he faced, getting two ground balls and striking out Matt Chapman to end the inning.