Baseball is a business, and the reality is that the band can’t stay together forever. Forces will inevitably pull people apart.
It’s a day of celebration for the Los Angeles Dodgers anytime a division rival trades away a premier player, and the Nolan Arenado deal is going to have repercussions within the NL West for years to come.
There are multiple topics I wanted to cover today, the first of which is the sad news about the passing of Los Angeles Dodgers fan and broadcasting icon Larry King.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have spent this offseason fortifying their bullpen, acquiring guys like Corey Knebel, Tommy Kahnle, and Garrett Cleavinger, while also re-signing Blake Treinen and Scott Alexander.
It has been a profoundly sad week for the Los Angeles Dodgers family and the entire baseball world. The passings of Tommy Lasorda and Sandra Scully have left everyone with heavy hearts and prompted solemn reflection.
Trevor Bauer is the top pitching prize of this offseason, and it appears like the market for him is starting to develop.
While the baseball world is sitting back and waiting for the first big dominoes to fall this offseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers are positioned as one of the biggest threats to nab a marquee free agent.
One of the main objectives for the Los Angeles Dodgers heading into this offseason was to tinker with their bullpen. They are now linked to another intriguing reliever.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have made some intriguing minor league signings as the free agency period is underway, and the deals feature some familiar faces.
They tend to seek out reclamation projects in the bullpen, hoping that the player comes close to recapturing the glory of years past.