Trevor Bauer Signing Not Sitting Well with Some Dodger Fans

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(Writers note: All opinions here are my own and not necessarily those of all the writers at TBPC.)

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly signed Trevor Bauer to a three-year, $102 million guaranteed contract, and honestly, this writer is flabbergasted.

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Larry King Passing, Enrique Hernandez Leaving, and the Upcoming Hall of Fame Announcement

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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.

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Hall of Famer Don Sutton Passes Away at 75

Hall of Famer and Los Angeles Dodgers pitching great Don Sutton passed away at his home after battling cancer, according to a team announcement on Tuesday.  He was 75 years of age.

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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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Trades That Changed Dodgers History: December 21, 2018

Welcome to winter, but finally one when Dodger fans are not discontent. While it was an abnormal summer, it brought some baseball, which led to the Dodgers finally winning that long awaited World Championship.

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Monday Musings: Moving On From A Player Is Never Easy

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Yesterday, I was scrolling through Twitter and noticed something about Justin Turner’s account—his profile picture was of him and his wife, and his headline pic was of them and their foundation. In his bio part, it just says @court_with_a_k and a bride emoji. Nothing about the Dodgers. Nothing about being a World Champion, or even a baseball player. Just links to his wife and his foundation.

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Legendary Reliever Ron Perranoski Passes Away at 84

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One of the Dodgers’ greatest left-handed relievers of all-time, Ron Perranoski, passed away at the age of 84 Friday night at his home in Vero Beach, FL.

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Today in 1982, Steve Garvey Reaches Consecutive Games Milestone

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As far as the Dodgers history book goes, very few players are mentioned more than legendary first baseman Steve Garvey.

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A Look Back at the 2002 Dodgers

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If you’re a fan who follows the history of the Dodgers closely (or if you’re a fan who personally witnessed the misery of not making the playoffs for a sixth consecutive season), you’ll remember that 2002 was pretty much the year of just two players—outfielder Shawn Green and reliever Eric Gagne.

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Who Remembers the Underachieving 2010 Dodgers?

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Without question, one could write a full-length, comprehensive novel about the trials and tribulations of the 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers.

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