Lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu decided to accept the Dodgers‘ $17.9 million qualifying offer on Monday afternoon, prospectively setting Los Angeles up with one of the most formidable starting rotations in the National League. Jon Heyman was… More
Chase Utley announced back in July that this was going to be his final season in the majors, and it looks like it’s becoming official that a tremendous career is coming to an end.
Earlier this week, news came out that the Dodgers‘ front office was looking to keep the team under the luxury tax for the next four years.
Yesterday, Ian shed some light on the announcement that the Dodgers decided to exercise their 2019 team option on skipper Dave Roberts. This came after many folks familiar with the situation anticipated that a four-year extension was imminent. Admittedly, boss Andrew Friedman has been bogged down with human resources duties, but many are still left wondering if Roberts’ future is secure in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have made two consecutive World Series appearances, and one of the guys responsible for that success is coming back.
According to multiple reports on Tuesday evening, Farhan Zaidi will be leaving his general manager post in Los Angeles to accept the role of president of baseball operations for the San Francisco Giants.
While many followers of the Dodgers knew the 2018-19 offseason would bring many changes in player personnel, they didn’t anticipate a huge exodus in the coaching staff and management departments.
A lot of changes may be coming the Dodgers‘ way over the winter, and the biggest may come in the outfield.
I thought it was a bit ironic when the Dodgers released their 2018 NLDS roster back in October and the third-best outfielder in the organization was nowhere to be found. Obviously, we all knew it was going to happen, but it’s still a shame to see so much talent being wasted in the hopper at Triple-A Oklahoma City.
The mark of a great organization is when their valued members are recognized by other franchises and given a chance at a greater role.
Clayton Kershaw will be in Dodger Blue at least for three more years. On Friday, the team announced that they had re-signed their homegrown, multi Cy Young winning pitcher to a one-year extension in addition to the two years remaining on his current contract.