Dodgers Trade Nathan Witt to Tampa Bay for Casey Sadler

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The Dodgers made a roster move on Wednesday, making a trade with the Tampa Bay Rays for pitcher Casey Sadler. The Rays acquired pitching prospect Nathan Witt in return.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Freese, Seager, Pollock, Alexander & More

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In case you missed Saturday’s column, the main concept of the story was how the Dodgers will conceivably upgrade their active roster after this year’s trade deadline, even if front office boss Andrew Friedman elects not to make a major splash as far as blockbuster deals go.

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Dodgers Place Russell Martin on Injured List, Recall Rocky Gale

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In a surprising turn of events on Wednesday, the Dodgers recalled catcher Rocky Gale from Triple-A Oklahoma City after placing Russell Martin on the injured list.

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Preliminary Fallout from the Hyun-Jin Ryu Injury

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When fans of the Dodgers learned that Hyun-Jin Ryu‘s early exit from Monday’s opener against the Cardinals was due to a groin injury, many of them flashed back to last spring when the lefty missed more than three months of the season.

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Clayton Kershaw Continues to Progress

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Despite being faced with the realization that he won’t be making his ninth consecutive opening day start, Dodgers‘ ace Clayton Kershaw continues to progress towards game action.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Muncy, Seager, Cingrani & More

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The Dodgers were dealt perhaps their biggest blow of the spring injury-wise when the team’s medical staff revealed that lefty reliever Tony Cingrani would miss the beginning of the season with shoulder soreness.

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Kershaw, Buehler Expected to Be Ready for Opening Day

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According to multiple reports coming from spring camp on Sunday afternoon, the Dodgers expect two of their most valuable pitchers—Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler—to be ready for the beginning of the season.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Joe Kelly Joins List of Minor Casualties

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The injury list of the Dodgers continues to grow longer.

Although not overly serious, reliever Joe Kelly is among the recent injury casualties. J.P. Hoornstra of the OC Register reported on Friday evening that the righty is experiencing back stiffness after standing too long during a cookout that he hosted for his teammates at his Scottsdale home earlier in the week.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Kershaw, Seager, Martin & More

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As it stands now, injuries aren’t an overwhelming concern for the Dodgers as Opening Day approaches; however, there are three big players who could be at risk at missing the beginning of the season should they fail to make progress.

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Clayton Kershaw Experiencing Early Spring Setback

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Only one week of Dodgers‘ spring training is in the books, and already there is a sigh of “here we go” amongst the fans.

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