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Dodgers to watch in the World Baseball Classic qualifiers

Three Dodgers minor league pitchers will take part in a qualifying round for the 2021 World Baseball Classic, representing Nicaragua, Germany, and South Africa.

Darvish returns to Dodger Stadium

Yu Darvish makes his first major league start at Dodger Stadium on his 31st birthday. The new Dodgers pitcher has been on the mound at Chavez Ravine before, in the 2009 World Baseball Classic.

Team USA wins World Baseball Classic

Marcus Stroman strong’s performance earns him Tournament MVP award

Segedin continues to impress

Dodgers corner man Rob Segedin talks about his swing change, fighting for a roster spot, and the World Baseball Classic.

Puerto Rico earns spot in WBC final

Sacrifice fly scores Carlos Correa for the extra-inning win

Kiké & Kenley face off Monday at Dodger Stadium

Two Dodgers face off in the semifinals at Dodger Stadium, with Kenley Jansen and the Netherlands facing Kiké Hernandez and Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic on Monday night.

Dodgers play Japan in exhibition on Sunday

The Dodgers will host World Baseball Classic semifinalist on Sunday in a 1:05 p.m. game at Camelback Ranch.

Gonzalez blasts World Baseball Classic

Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez was so displeased with how Mexico’s elimination on a tiebreaker was handled at the 2017 World Baseball Classic, that he vowed to never play in the event again.

Jansen to join Netherlands for WBC at Dodger Stadium

Kenley Jansen will join the Netherlands for the World Baseball Classic championship round at Dodger Stadium, which begins Monday in Los Angeles.

Mexico eliminated by WBC tiebreaker

Things got confusing Sunday night at the World Baseball Classic. But the ed result is Mexico was eliminated and three Dodgers will likely be back in spring training camp in a few days.

Segedin homers as Italy beats Mexico in WBC

Rob Segedin homered in Italy’s 10-9 win over Mexico in the World Baseball Classic on Thursday, the first game for both teams in Pool D in the first round.

World Baseball Classic pool play schedule

With six Dodgers players spread across four teams, here is a look at the schedule for pool play at the World Baseball Classic, which begins on Monday in Seoul.

Gonzalez improving, but might not play before WBC

First baseman Adrian Gonzalez and his right elbow are getting closer to returning to action, though he might not play in a game with te Dodgers before joining Team Mexico in a week for the World Baseball Classic.

World Baseball Classic rosters announced

Adrian Gonzalez is one of five Dodgers on Mexico’s World Baseball Classic roster, and could be joined in the later rounds by Julio Urias. The club is also represented on Puerto Rico (Kiké Hernandez) and Italy (Rob Segedin).

Gonzalez confirmed for 2017 World Baseball Classic

Adrian Gonzalez one of 24 former All-Stars confirmed to participate in 2017 World Baseball Classic. We check in on other potential Dodgers who might participate in the event, including Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager, Yasiel Puig, Kenta Maeda and Alex Verdugo.

Verdugo homers for Mexico in Tokyo exhibition

Dodgers outfield prospect Alex Verdugo was 2-for-7 with a home run and double in two games for Mexico against Japan at the Tokyo Dome, including a home run on Friday.

Gonzalez, Verdugo open Mexico-Japan exhibition in Tokyo

Dodgers prospect Alex Verdugo had an RBI double for Team Mexico, alongside teammate and fellow Dodger Adrian Gonzalez in an exhibition against Team Japan at the Tokyo Dome on Thursday. Fellow Dodger Kenta Maeda was in attendance as well.

Dodger Stadium to host 2017 WBC finals

The final three games of the 2017 World Baseball Classic will be played at Dodger Stadium from March 20-22 in Los Angeles.

Gonzalez to play for Mexico in WBC qualifier

A quartet of people with Dodgers ties will take part in the World Baseball Classic qualifiers from March 17-20, including first baseman Adrian Gonzalez manning the position for Mexico.

WBC could pay ~$4 million of Hanley's salary

Because the Dodgers shortstop was injured during World Baseball Classic play and will miss over 30 days, the club will get relief in the form of the WBC paying Ramirez his salary while on the disabled list, roughly $4 million worth.

Hanley needs surgery, out 8 weeks

Ramirez , who tore a ligament in his right thumb, will have the surgery Friday in Los Angeles, and have his thumb immobilized for three weeks.

Dodgers guess Hanley could miss 2-10 weeks

The Dodgers will know more once they get the results of an MRI, scheduled to be performed Wednesday afternoon in Phoenix.

Hanley jams thumb in WBC final

Ramirez is expected back in Dodgers camp at Camelback Ranch on Wednesday to have further tests on his thumb.

Hanley vs. Kenley

A pair of Dodgers could face off directly Monday night as the Dominican Republic and The Netherlands battle for a spot in the tournament final.

Mario Santiago shines for Puerto Rico in WBC semi

The Dodgers minor league pitcher pitched magnificently until bowing out with a forearm injury, and Puerto Rico held on to advance to the WBC final.

Dodgers sign Netherlands C to minor league deal

The 23-year-old catcher has hit .229/.310/.337 in parts of six minor league seasons.

Hanley homers, Dominicans down USA

Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez hit his second home run in five World Baseball Classic games, helping the Dominican Republic into the semifinals of the tournament.

Jansen to join Netherlands in WBC

The Dodgers relief pitcher will join The Netherlands for the semifinals of the WBC in San Francisco, and report on Sunday.

Adrian Gonzalez feeling better at plate after WBC

Gonzalez, who was 4-for-17 (.235) with four walks and a hit by pitch in seven Cactus League games, said he hopes to carry over his WBC success at the plate into games with the Dodgers.

Luis Cruz: 'I lost it' during Mexico-Canada brawl

The Dodgers got their starting third baseman and starting first baseman back in camp on Monday, and both reflected on the World Baseball Classic and the brawl between Mexico and Canada.

No punishment expected for Luis Cruz for brawl

The Dodgers don't expect any further action against Luis Cruz, a central figure in Saturday's brawl between Mexico and Canada in the World Baseball Classic.

Luis Cruz heavily involved in WBC brawl

Could the Dodgers' third baseman face discipline from Major League Baseball?