We look ahead to the 2023 Dodgers, and make our picks for most playing time at five different positions, and the likelihood of some rookies stepping in for bigger roles. Plus, a breakdown of the Dodgers acquiring shortstop and old friend Miguel Rojas from the Marlins.
A look at a very robust free agent market this offseason, one the Dodgers have largely shied away from to date. We look at Carlos Correa and Xander Bogaerts joining NL West rivals, plus take stock of Dodgers starting pitchers and who might they still add.
The Dodgers will battle the Padres in the National League Division Series. We break down the matchup between the very familiar foes, and wonder what LA’s 14-5 mark against San Diego during the regular season will tell us in the postseason.
The Dodgers regular season is over, and after 111 wins they get five days off before having to play a postseason game. In between is the wild card round, so we pick the winners of the four series which will run from Friday to Sunday, with the Dodgers awaiting the winner of Mets vs. Padres.
The Dodgers have finished off one of their best Augusts in franchise history, so we look ahead to September, when Clayton Kershaw and Miguel Vargas rejoin the team, and other injured pitchers looming. Plus, appreciating Dodgers-Mets and minor league baseball.
The Dodgers lost Walker Buehler to another Tommy John surgery, but in the meantime are still playing well. They locked up Max Muncy for 2023 with an option for 2024, and the offense looked great against a pair of Cy Young candidates
Walker Buehler is out for the year, Clayton Kershaw is on the injured list, but Dustin May is back in the rotation this week. Trying to piece together the Dodgers postseason pitching staff, including which of the rehabbing relievers will make their way back, too.
Catching up on two weeks of Dodgers news, including injuries to Mookie Betts (who’s since returned), Chris Taylor, and Andrew Heaney. Plus, catcher Austin Barnes got a new contract extension through 2024.
A recap of a rather weird week for the Dodgers, which included getting swept in San Francisco and Walker Buehler needing to miss three months with a flexor tendon strain. But Los Angeles is being kept afloat by the likes of Tony Gonsolin, and his resurgent season.
The Dodgers are currently operating with four starting pitchers and a series of fill-ins while Clayton Kershaw and Andrew Heaney rehab their injuries. What that means for the next few weeks, especially with active rosters reducing to a 13-pitcher limit beginning Monday.
The Dodgers played their first home doubleheader in 23 years, part of four games in a 45-hour span. It was a weird week for Los Angeles, with a long losing streak followed by a long win streak, with two starting pitchers making major league debuts along the way.
After an extended lockout and a shortened spring training, the 2022 Major League Baseball is finally upon us. We look at where the Dodgers are at heading into their first series of the year at Coors Field in Colorado.