Dodgers Injury Updates and Notes from Spring Training

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We are now exactly three weeks from the Dodgers opening up their 2020 regular season against the San Francisco Giants.

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Latest News and Notes from Spring Training

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We’ve finally made it to the month of March, when we see real baseball being played once again. There’s just three and a half weeks until the Dodgers roster is whittled down to the 26 men who will start the season with the big club.

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Joc Pederson Resumes Baseball Activities

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While much of the early action surrounding the Dodgers at spring camp has been quite productive, there have been a few minor setbacks, specifically with regards to outfielder Joc Pederson.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Joc Pederson, Dustin May, Jimmy Nelson & More

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While the Dodgers have been blessed with relatively good, overall health so far this spring, there are a handful of issues among a few players that continue to linger.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Turner, Pollock, Kelly, Seager & More

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With just two regular-season games remaining on the docket, there aren’t any critical injuries for the Dodgers that may play a part in the 2019 postseason, but there are a few lingering ailments worth keeping an eye on.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Hill, Muncy, Turner, Verdugo & More

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The Dodgers have clinched their division, and now are just working on preparing for the postseason. The most important thing they can do now, is get and stay healthy.

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Greater Worry—Max Muncy or Hyun-Jin Ryu?

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As has long been tradition with such a storied organization, the Dodgers have one of the best, if not the best pitching staff in the Major Leagues. The Dodgers have a League leading 3.39 ERA, lowest WHIP at 1.11, and have given up the least amount of earned runs.

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Dodgers Set to Take on Cardinals; Plus Some Injury Notes

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The Dodgers somehow managed to take three of four from the San Diego Padres over the weekend. Two strong wins on the backs of Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler, a missed opportunity in Dustin May‘s debut, and another come from behind win due to a poor outing from Kenta Maeda on Sunday.

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Dodgers Injury Notes: Taylor, Hernandez, Gyorko, Ryu & More

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While many fans of the Dodgers have been wondering about the potential contribution levels of players like Kristopher Negron and Tyler White, others have been anticipating a return to normalcy when Chris Taylor, David Freese and Enrique Hernandez eventually rejoin the squad.

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Dodgers Make Series Of Moves Ahead Of Colorado Series

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There are less than 48 hours to the trade deadline, and although the Dodgers have not yet made a big splash you move, there have been a series of little under the radar signings.

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