Tuesday night marked the third consecutive night that the Dodgers have gotten a quality start from their starter, which included said starter pitching into the seventh inning or later. As I have decried on this blog for literally years that when your starters go deep into games good things happen. Alex VerdugoCorey SeagerKenta MaedaKike HernandezLos Angeles DodgersMatt KempMax MuncyYasiel Puig Read More
On Jackie Robinson night the Dodgers seemingly battled themselves. In the series opener against the Reds, the Cincinnati Reds had five ex-Dodgers in the lineup at the same time. Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Scott Schebler, Jose Peraza and Kyle Farmer were all in the lineup against Clayton Kershaw on Monday Clayton KershawCody BellingerJoc PedersonLos Angeles DodgersMatt KempYasiel Puig Read More
Yasiel Puig is saying some harsh things about the Dodgers. Puig fans are caught in the middle and taking sides.
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The La Times had an interesting article about the Dodgers spending habits and the luxury tax. After seeing how Andrew Friedman operates over the last four years we can make a judgment on how he runs one of the largest market and richest baseball clubs in the world. The Los Angeles A.J. PollockClayton KershawLos Angeles DodgersMatt KempYasiel Puig Read More
The Dodgers have barely cracked the seal on Spring Training, and they already have their first controversy of the 2019 season - courtesy of ex-Dodger coach/new Texas Rangers manager, Chris Woodward.
He says the Rangers have better team chemistry than the Dodgers. Is he right? Here's my take.
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Here it is - the Dodgers' big off-season move: grabbing A.J. Pollock.
Was dropping Yasiel Puig for Pollock worth it? That's not really the right question.
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I was listening to the radio the other day, and the topic of conversation was the Dodgers. More specifically about the 2018 World Series, and even more specifically game 4 of the 2018 World Series. I’m sure you all remember the horrible outcome of that game. That was the game Dave RobertsLos Angeles DodgersRich HillYasiel Puig Read More
Yesterday I wrote this article, and I probably shouldn’t write when I’m annoyed. I think some context is needed here. The Dodgers are still a very good talented ballclub. They’re well-run most of the time. Sometimes they make stupid decisions but for the most part the Dodgers are a deep and Los Angeles DodgersManny MachadoYasiel PuigYasmani Grandal Read More
We’re approaching the end of 2018, but we’re also approaching the beginning of spring training. It’s not far away, just around the corner and the Dodgers have done little to nothing so far this offseason. To recap the Dodgers activity, they’ve extended Clayton Kershaw (93 million dollar three-year deal); they’ve Los Angeles DodgersMatt KempYasiel Puig Read More
The Dodgers traded away Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, and Kyle Farmer in what many believe is the first step of a Master Plan toward acquiring a huge free agent, such as Bryce Harper or A.J. Pollock.
Oh, it's a Master Plan, alright. It's just not the one you're imagining.
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Looking at the Dodger’s blockbuster trade with the Reds it seems like the Reds got all the block, while the Dodgers got stuck with the bust part of this deal. The news broke fast and swift on Friday afternoon. The Dodgers traded Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Alex Wood and poor Alex WoodLos Angeles DodgersMatt KempYasiel Puig Read More
Well it's happening folks. The Dodgers are trading Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, and Alex Wood to the Reds for pitcher Homer Bailey and a couple of Prospects.
This clears about 40 (actually around 17-20) million dollars in payroll for the Dodgers. Honestly this is a terrible trade if it doesn't end up Alex WoodLos Angeles DodgersMatt KempYasiel Puig Read More
The winter meetings wrapped up this week and as usual the Dodgers and Andrew Friedman did nothing. Just as I predicted. The only thing they accomplished was reportedly reaching agreement with reliever Joe Kelly, although the deal has yet to be formally announced by the club or finalized.
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The annual winter meetings are underway this week and as usual the Dodgers are involved in multiple rumors. Normally Andrew Friedman refuses to participate in these meetings but this season may be different. Perhaps the Dodgers will actually make some moves? Will we see player movement from the Dodger front Los Angeles DodgersMatt KempYasiel Puig Read More
The winter meetings are underway and that means ridiculous rumors abound for all 30 clubs, but especially the Dodgers. The latest rumor has the Dodgers interested in Tiger’s right fielder Nick Castellanos. I can’t understand why though. He seems to be a poorer version of Yasiel Puig.
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The enigmatic and charismatic Yasiel Puig has been involved in trade rumors for years now, but the Dodgers have yet to move him. However according to Dylan Hernandez the Dodgers may finally trade him this winter. According to reports Puig is quote “disgruntled and dissatisfied” with management for his dwindling playing Los Angeles DodgersYasiel Puig Read More