The Los Angeles Dodgers played their first Spring Training game of the season yesterday, winning 2-1 over the Oakland Athletics. As of Monday, we are just one month from the beginning of the regular season.… More
We are now just days away from the first spring training game. With the start of games, the Dodgers will show an incredible depth of pitching arms throughout Cactus League play.Continue reading “Thoughts on Prospective Starting Rotation, Other Spring Training Notes”
As February draws to a close and the Los Angeles Dodgers inch closer to meaningful games in 2021, fans of the team are in a beautiful sweet spot.Continue reading “Is This the Golden Age of the Dodgers?”
For those who may have missed it on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced that they have acquired first baseman/outfielder Ryan Noda as the final player to be named in the Ross Stripling trade with the Toronto Blue Jays.
With Dodger baseball soon returning, tickets have gone at a rapid pace, even though it’s just spring training. Last Friday, Cactus League tickets for the Dodgers went on sale and sold out in under two hours. Since there are only a limited number of tickets, it explains how fans are in a hurry to get them.Continue reading “Dodger Tickets Reselling at Ridiculous Prices, Other Spring Training Notes”
On Saturday, we discussed the possibility of how a 36-year-old veteran could conceivably impact the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen in righty Brandon Morrow. In today’s column, we’ll take the opposite approach, examining the potential of 24-year-old southpaw Alex Vesia.
If Brandon Morrow can return to even a slight semblance of his 2017 self this season, the Dodgers’ minimal investment in the 36-year-old veteran might pay huge dividends as the club prepares for yet another championship run.
The Los Angeles Dodgers officially announced the re-signing of Justin Turner on Friday morning via a Zoom press conference. The Dodgers and Turner agreed to a $34 million contract for two years plus an option. The contract includes a club option for 2023 for $16 million or a $2 million buyout. The deal also includes an $8 million signing bonus.Continue reading “Dodgers Officially Announce Justin Turner Signing, Other Spring Training Notes”
We’ve finally reached the first harbinger of Spring—pitchers and catchers have reported to Spring Training for the Los Angeles Dodgers.Continue reading “Dodger Pitchers Have First Throws of Spring Training; Thoughts on Tatis Jr’s Contract”
For as celebrated as the first day of spring training is among fans, it’s actually quite an anticlimactic event around the clubhouse, often being compared to the first day of school. Players arrive, fill out a bunch of paperwork, take their respective physicals, and start throwing around the baseball to some degree.