Can Clayton Kershaw Finally Put 2017 Behind Him?

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Is it time for actual baseball games yet?

As the Dodgers spring training continues on, the hangover of 2017 also just keeps lingering. This, of course, is through no fault of the Dodgers themselves; I’m certain that they are more than happy to finally move on from that fated season.

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What Are the Possibilities for Jimmy Nelson?

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When it eventually comes time for the management crew and coaching staff of the Dodgers to select the team’s roster for Opening Day, they may be dealing with a few difficult decisions.

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Clayton Kershaw Begins 2020 Spring Training Full of Optimism

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For the first time in a few years, Clayton Kershaw has entered spring camp with a full head of steam.

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Dodgers News and Notes from Early Days of Spring Training

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It’s the first full day of all position players reporting to camp at Camelback Ranch. It’s also day 12,472 of the Houston Astros cheating scandal.

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Who in the World Is Kieran Lovegrove?

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While the Dodgers have certainly had their fare share of under-the-radar acquisitions this winter, none may be as interesting as the recent signing of pitcher Kieran Lovegrove.

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Kenley Jansen Hopes to Find Peak Form Early

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While the state of the Dodgers‘ bullpen was one of the most heavily discussed topics of the winter, it comes as no surprise that many eyes have been focused on Kenley Jansen during the early days of spring camp at Camelback Ranch.

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Catching Up with Pitching Prospect Braydon Fisher

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While pitchers and catchers continue to settle back into their routines at Camelback Ranch, we thought it would be a good idea to briefly drift back to the minor league-side of things while re-exploring the depth of the Dodgers‘ stacked farm system.

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On the Astros ‘Apologies’ and Looking Ahead to 2020

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I try not think about what might’ve been. ‘Cuz that was then, and we have taken different roads. We can’t go back again, there’s no use givin’ in. And there’s no way to know what might’ve been” – Little Texas

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Apparently, Dodgers Have Been Eyeing Mookie Betts for Quite Some Time

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On Wednesday afternoon, both Mookie Betts and David Price made their first appearances at Chavez Ravine as members of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Needless to say, high praise for each player from front-office boss Andrew Friedman and skipper Dave Roberts was not spared in the least.

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Dodgers Finally Set 40-Man Roster After Latest Trade Flurry

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For a few quick moments, it looked like the 40-man roster of the Dodgers was stuck at the magical number of 42, despite MLB rules not allowing such a scenario.

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