If there’s one secondary detail that’s currently being overshadowed by the scorching hot play of the Dodgers right now, it’s the fact that there are still several serious injuries to players which don’t appear to… More
The Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday recalled right-handed pitcher Brandon Morrow from Triple-A Oklahoma City, and in the process, optioned right-handed pitcher Brock Stewart back to OKC to create the roster spot.
As we have already taken a look at possible upgrades for both the offensive and starting pitching departments of the Dodgers last week, we thought it’s probably also a good time to analyze at the club’s bullpen needs with less than six weeks before the non-waiver trade deadline.
Much has already been written about Cody Bellinger over the past few months, but until we did some of the math for ourselves, it was difficult to perceive where the Dodgers would be in the standings of the National League West without the presence of the 21-year-old slugger.
Earlier this week, Fox Sports ran an article about it being time for the Dodgers to trade Yasiel Puig. Many fans of the Dodgers took exception to it. I highly doubt that Puig himself read it, but he responded the next day by promptly hitting two homers.
It’s not all that often that we dip down to the Low-A ranks during our weekly prospect watch column, however, in this installment we thought it would be fitting mainly because of the countdown to the 2017 Midwest League All-Star Game, which will be held on Tuesday at Dow Diamond, home to the Great Lakes Loons.
With the official halfway point of the 2017 season now only a few weeks away, the injury report of the Dodgers is beginning to show a few signs of improvement, although a handful of the lingering ailments are of the more severe nature and are considered long term.
In a somewhat surprising move on Friday afternoon, the Los Angeles Dodgers recalled right-handed pitcher Josh Ravin from Triple-A Oklahoma City and optioned righty reliever Ross Stripling back to Triple-A OKC.
Los Angeles Dodgers rookie first baseman/outfielder extraordinaire Cody Bellinger is officially chasing history. Through 47 games, he’s smacked 18 home runs. Bellinger’s dinger in the 4th inning of the Dodgers’ tilt with the Cleveland Indians on Thursday tied him with Wally Berger for the second most home runs in 47 games to start a career. Per ESPN Stats & Info on Twitter, Bellinger now has three games to tie or surpass current New York Yankees slugger Gary Sanchez‘s record of 19 homers in 50 games, a feat Sanchez accomplished just last year.