What Lies Ahead for Keibert Ruiz?

The 2020 season was quite an exciting one for the Los Angeles Dodgers on many levels. Not only did they capture their first title since 1988 with a relatively young player corps, but they also saw the debut of one of their most anticipated prospects, catcher Keibert Ruiz.

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Which Free Agents Are Dodgers Most Likely to Bring Back?

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The World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers had many key players show up in big moments during the October playoff run. Seven players of the championship roster are currently free agents. With the off-season hot stove being pretty cold at the moment, there hasn’t been much action.

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Could Nolan Arenado Be Heading to Dodgers?

The World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers look to get even stronger reportedly pursuing a trade for Colorado Rockies superstar third baseman Nolan Arenado

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Andrew Friedman Named 2020 MLB Executive of the Year

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Andrew Friedman added some more hardware to his trophy case on Tuesday after being named MLB’s 2020 Executive of the Year.

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Should Dodgers Pursue DJ LeMahieu?

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As the World Champion Dodgers enter the offseason period, many eyes are on the team as far as potential player upgrades go. One position the Dodgers don’t have quite solidified is second base. Kike Hernandez who is a free agent, saw time at second while Chris Taylor, Max Muncy, and Gavin Lux also spent time there last season.

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Is a Francisco Lindor Trade Worth It for Dodgers?

With the Cleveland Indians publicly stating that Francisco Lindor will likely be dealt this offseason, teams are lining up to come up with trade packages for the infielder’s services. Previously, many speculated that Lindor and the Indians were done after this season, as he is set to hit free agency after the 2021 season. Seemingly, whatever team trades for him will probably look to sign him long term.

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Dodgers Roster: 3 Young Players Who Could Take a Step Forward in 2021

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In route to their 2020 World Series Championship, the Dodgers relied on many players that were products of the great talent development team. Recent prospects like Victor Gonzalez, Will Smith, Dustin May, Tony Gonsolin, Matt Beaty and Edwin Rios all made their MLB rise through the Los Angeles farm, eventually playing contributing roles in the club’s championship success.

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Mookie Betts Named MVP Finalist, Other Notes

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The three National League MVP finalists were named Monday afternoon, and Mookie Betts is among them. Betts, who already has won MVP honors in the American League, will look to become just the second player in Major League history to win MVP in both leagues after Frank Robinson.

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An Early Free Agent Wishlist for Dodgers

While there isn’t any baseball until late February when pitchers and catchers report to spring training, it doesn’t mean baseball takes a break, as many activities continue year-round. Teams have begun to hire new managers, and soon teams will look to make free-agent offseason splashes. While the winter meetings may not be the same as previous years, baseball fans across the world will be refreshing their Twitter feed to hear the latest rumors as the offseason progresses.

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Dodgers Are 2020 World Series Champions

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Enough about 1988! For the first time in 32 years, the Dodgers have won the World Series. The seventh title in franchise history. The most tumultuous year of the century in which many didn’t know what was in store, with baseball as an afterthought. No one knew if a Major League season would even take place. But baseball eventually got up and dusted itself off, and in the end, one team was standing—the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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