Dodgers News and Notes – Tony Gonsolin Extended, 2023 Coaching Staff Announced

During arbitration, the Los Angeles Dodgers had reached agreement with every one of their eligible except for one. On Tuesday, the Dodgers and Tony Gonsolin agreed to a two-year contract, good through the 2024 season.

Gonsolin and the Dodgers had not been far apart in their asks during arbitration. Gonsolin filed at $3.4M, and the Dodgers countered with $3M.

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Honoring the Life of Tommy Lasorda

The Los Angeles Dodgers family and baseball have world lost a lifetime icon in Tommy Lasorda. The team announced that Lasorda passed away on Thursday night at the age of 93.

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Dodgers Hire New First Base Coach, Other Team Notes

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The Dodgers revealed their new first base coach on Friday afternoon, when Clayton McCullough was announced as the man selected for the role. McCullough was the only new addition to the existing crew.

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George Lombard Hired as Detroit Tigers Bench Coach

The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the midst of a euphoric championship celebration, but there is news that a major figure from the organization will not be returning to help the club try to defend that title next season.

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Dodgers News: Bob Geren, Mark Prior, Gerrit Cole & More

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In spite of the 2019 World Series continuing to take center stage for the next 24-48 hours, the Dodgers have still found a way to weasel themselves into the news, at least to a small degree.

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Pirates Considering George Lombard for Manager Spot

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Bench coach Bob Geren isn’t the only member of the Dodgers‘ coaching staff being considered for a manager spot.

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Bob Geren Linked to Managerial Positions in San Francisco, New York


During the offseason, sometimes the coaching staff of the Dodgers takes as hard of a hit as the player roster as far as personnel goes departing the team.

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Offseason Changes Starting in Dodgers Organization


The winds of change have already started to blow for theĀ Dodgers after their crushing defeat in the NLDS. Today, President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman held his year end press conference.

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Dodgers Sign Dave Roberts to Multi-Year Contract


Fans may have thought that negotiations between the Dodgers front office and manager Dave Roberts have been temporarily shelved, but today the team announced that it has agreed to a four-year contracts with their manager.

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Dodgers Announce 2019 Coaching Staff

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The Dodgers on Wednesday afternoon announced their big league coaches for the 2019 season, with pitching coach Rick Honeycutt (14th season), bench coach Bob Geren (fourth season), first base coach George Lombard (fourth season), bullpen coach Mark Prior (second season) and assistant hitting coach Brant Brown (second season) all returning with Dino Ebel joining the field staff as the third base coach, Robert Van Scoyoc as hitting coach, Aaron Bates as assistant hitting coach and Chris Gimenez as the game planning coach.

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