2019 Spring Training
A collection of all spring training content. From the broadcast schedule to game recaps - it's all in one place.
Bullpen has some spots to fill, starting rotation and will Seager be ready are three questions to be answered
Julio Urias and Yimi Garcia continue strong springs
Walker Buehler believes he is back on track to pitch opening week
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.
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.
I took a break from school at Arizona State to head down the road to Camelback Ranch. Here’s the latest news from Monday.
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.
The Dodgers spring training record improves to 7-5-1
The latest out of Camelback.
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.
Spring Training has a week in the books, and a lot has happened so far. Some good, and some bad.
LA scored six runs on Sunday, with four of them coming in the third inning.
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.