We head into the All-Star break with Cody Bellinger at the absolute top of his game. The versatile outfielder and first baseman star is building one of the great seasons in Dodgers history thanks to some key adjustments in his already impressive game.
With one week before the 2019 All-Star break, we take stock of the Dodgers in the first half of the season, and look at what remains for the second half, including divvying up playing time, trade deadline targets, and more.
A closer look at MLB’s new All-Star voting system, and analysis of who could join Cody Bellinger, Hyun-jin Ryu, and Dave Roberts at the midsummer classic in Cleveland. Plus, we talk about the Walker Buehler Game, the loss of Rich Hill for a while, and those productive Dodgers rookies.
Max Muncy delivered the MLB quote of the year and spawned a t-shirt. Plus we look at Corey Seager hitting doubles again, relive the first Will Smith experience, an appreciation of the two ridiculous Dodgers streaks in 2013 & 2017, and compare the Russell Martin/Dioner Navarro situation to a potential Smith/Keibert Ruiz timeshare at catcher in the near future.
A closer look at the record-setting April by Cody Bellinger, who leads the major leagues in nearly every major offensive category. Also the Dodgers are finally at full strength, though it took 30 games into the season.
The Dodgers signed outfielder A.J. Pollock and traded for old friend Russell Martin to help at catcher, as the offseason starts to take shape.
Catching up on the Dodgers offseason with our first podcast episode of 2019. We recap the salary dump trade with the Reds, which included jettisoning Yasiel Puig and more to Cincinnati.
A recap of the baseball winter meetings in Las Vegas, where the Dodgers weren’t too eventful but the stage is set for a busy winter. The club did sign Joe Kelly and add a member to their television and radio broadcast team.
Setting the stage for the Dodgers heading into the winter meetings with a coaching staff finalized and some additions to the fringes of the 40-man roster.
This week on the podcast, we look at some predictions for the Dodgers free agents and guess over or under on their contracts. Plus we take questions, including about the Dodgers pitching staff and the outfield heading into 2019.
The Dodgers lost general manager Farhan Zaidi, who left to lead the Giants baseball operations department on a 5-year deal. Manager Dave Roberts had his 2019 option exercised and has a few coaching spots to fill. Also, Hyun-jin Ryu accepted the qualifying offer, bringing him back for 2019 on a one-year, $17.9 million deal.
The 2018 season is over, and free agency has begun. At the start of the offseason, let’s look at what sort of active roster the Dodgers have now, and what they might need to focus on adding this winter.
The Dodgers fell short in a second straight World Series, and we’re here to recap the final three games in Los Angeles. Plus we take a first look at the offseason with roster notes and a big Clayton Kershaw decision looming this week.
The Dodgers saw extreme highs and lows during the final week of the regular season, but finished with a flourish, including a tiebreaker win to clinch their sixth consecutive National League West title
In the final week of the regular season and with the National League playoff picture not yet complete, we try to predict the Dodgers postseason roster on the podcast.