Justin Turner returned to help the Dodgers struggling offense against a Reds team that had won four straight. Rich Hill was on the mound for the Dodgers trying to work his kinks. The Reds had left handed pitcher Amir Garrett on the mound to try and give the Dodgers trouble.
In Austin BarnesFranklin GutierrezJustin TurnerLos Angeles DodgersRich HillSergio Romo Read More
Last year the Dodgers were the worst team in baseball against left handed pitching. So management decided to sit almost every one of their regulars when a southpaw was on the mound. The lineups they put out on those days consisted of most of their bench players and backups. Utility Brett EibnerCody BellingerCorey SeagerFranklin GutierrezJustin TurnerKike HernandezLos Angeles DodgersYasiel PuigYasmani Grandal Read More
The Dodgers had their best pitcher on the mound in Clayton Kershaw facing the Dodgers achilles heel in a left hander named Clayton Richard. Petco park is looking more like a home game for the boys in blue these days. The game started off slow with Kershaw on the mound Clayton KershawCody BellingerFranklin GutierrezJustin TurnerKiki HernandezLos Angeles Dodgers Read More
Here's tonight's news from Week 2 at Camelback Ranch:
Clayton Kershaw tossed live batting practice today. He threw two innings of BP (29 pitches), and according to Andy McCullough from the LA times, Kershaw looked "a lot like Clayton Kershaw".
Alex Wood also threw live BP. Wood is returning from an elbow Alex WoodClayton KershawFranklin Gutierrez Read More
The Dodgers didn’t really need left handed reliever Vidal Nuno, nor were they likely to ever give him a chance to make the opening day roster. The only reason the Dodgers acquired Nuno was because they were trying to dump veteran catcher Carlos Ruiz to clear roster space. They did Franklin GutierrezLos Angeles DodgersRyan MoseleyVidal Nuno Read More
I never like writing about a player’s failures. It’s not something I ever take joy in no matter how sarcastic my words are in said article. I find it depressing and I never take joy in somebody’s suffering. However as writers we have a responsibility to document everything from the Franklin GutierrezHowie KendrickLos Angeles DodgersScott Van Slyke Read More
On February 21st Franklin Gutierrez will celebrate his 34th birthday. The Dodgers just signed Gutierrez to a 2.6 million dollar contract last week. What’s important is not that Gutierrez is turning 34, but what he’s had to deal with throughout his career. Now after reading a very interesting article on Fangraphs by Jeff Sullivan Franklin GutierrezLos Angeles Dodgers Read More
The Dodgers were one of The Worst Hitting clubs against left handed pitching in 2016. Addressing that glaring weakness has been one of their goals this offseason. So in order to do that the Dodgers have reportedly brought another outfielder into their crowded mix and signed 33-year old Franklin Gutierrez Franklin GutierrezLos Angeles Dodgers Read More