Thoughts on Trevor Bauer, Waiting for National League’s DH Decision

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It is Thursday, January 21, and the Los Angeles Dodgers still have not signed their right-handed power bat.

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Latest Dodgers Rumors: David Price, Marcell Ozuna and More

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The Hot Stove is not hot, but the rumor mill is at least lukewarm, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are, as always, in the middle of it.

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Monday Musings: Three Questions Surrounding Offseason, More Dodgers Rumors

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Happy New Year! Our first full week of the New Year begins and guess what Dodger fans, still nothing new to talk about.

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Dodgers Trade for Corey Knebel, Tender Contracts to Many Others

The Dodgers have made their first moves of the offseason.

On Wednesday, the Dodgers and Scott Alexander agreed to a one year contract before the non-tender contract deadline to do so. Dennis covered Alexander and his career yesterday.

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Could a Trade with the Chicago Cubs be Worth Pursuing for the Dodgers?

We’ve reached the early stages of the offseason when the is absolutely no news. Last week, the regular season awards were announced. Now, fans just sit and wait for any rumblings of trades or signings.

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Dodgers One Win from First World Series Championship Since 1988

The Los Angeles Dodgers are one game away from winning the World Series.

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Dodgers Look to Rebound in Game 3

The Dodgers find themselves in a semi-familiar place, tied 1-1 with the Rays in the World Series.

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Dodgers Fall to Braves in Game 1 of NLCS

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It was a classic pitching matchup of two really good pitching staffs. But, in the end, the Atlanta Braves broke it open, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in Game 1 of the 2020 NLCS.

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Dodgers News and Notes Ahead of NLDS

Today is the last off day for the Los Angeles Dodgers before they begin what could be five straight games in a row, as they take on the San Diego Padres in the NLDS.

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Dodgers Win First Game Against Brewers, Send Kershaw to Mound for Game 2

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The Dodgers did what they needed to do against the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday night, scoring more runs than them to win the first game of the Wild Card round. But it wasn’t without some issues.

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