On Quotes, Past Dodger Players and Maturity

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Whether the Dodgers are ready or not, the season starts this week. It’s doesn’t matter how many pitchers are on the injured list, or how many players had a bad spring training—three days from now there will be meaningful baseball played.

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Should Dodgers Be Concerned About Shoddy Bats During Cactus League Play?

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Believe it or not, the 2019 Cactus League season has come and gone for the Dodgers, signalling that Opening Day is just another step closer.

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5 Key Takeaways from Dodgers’ 2019 Spring Training

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Now that there’s only a week to go before the Dodgers open the 2019 season, some thoughts about spring training so far are in order.

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Is Brad Miller The Dodgers’ 2019 Diamond in the Rough?

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Whether the Dodgers were lucky or saw something the rest of the majors didn’t, there is no denying that in the last two seasons they have struck gold with two players who were seemingly cast aside by other teams.  They did it in 2017 with Chris Taylor, and most recently in 2018 with Max Muncy.  Could Brad Miller be that for the Dodgers this season?

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A Quick Look at How the Dodgers Stack Up in Vegas

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Taking a page from our buddy Scoop’s baseball handbook, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at how the Dodgers are projected to fare in Las Vegas, now that a few of the big names are off the free agent board.

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Is Too Much Eagerness a Bad Thing?

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Is too much eagerness a bad thing? It is if you’re a parent or guardian and Christmas is coming and you have a small child in your household. And it can be for a baseball team too, one that has tasted the World Series twice in the last two years and have yet to win that ring.

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2 Ideas How Dodgers Might Use Julio Urias in 2019

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Rightfully so, there’s been a lot of chatter surrounding Julio Urias in the early days of 2019 spring camp. The Dodgers had their first look at the 22-year-old lefty during Cactus League play on Wednesday against Oakland. Besides his flawless stat line, there was plenty of complimentary applause for him, especially by his skipper Dave Roberts.

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Lessons Learned from the Past Two World Series Losses

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Today is the first day that all Dodgers players are to report to camp. All players have reported, with the exception of Andrew Toles. The team told reporters this morning that he was dealing with a personal issue, has been in contact with the team, and has the team’s full support. We’re hoping whatever it is, Tolesy will be back with the team soon, and that everything is all right.

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Despite Fan Pessimism, Andrew Friedman Says Dodgers Are ‘Elite’

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I came across a very well-written story a few days ago reflecting a somewhat pessimistic opinion about the Dodgers organization by some fans.

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Let’s Talk About Platooning

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It’s funny how a few quotes from the first day of spring camp can stir up an abundance of reactions from the Dodgers‘ fan base.

And there’s nobody more guilty than me.

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