Dodgers Prospects Setting Up Team for Long-Term Success


A lot has been written about the lack of moves the Dodgers’ front office has made so far this offseason. In a recent article in the LA Times, part-owner and team president Stan Kasten took on the accusation that the team, up until now, has been “cheap.”

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Dodgers Supposedly More ‘In’ on Mookie Betts than Francisco Lindor


It’s a brand new year and a brand new decade, but the same old rumors keep swirling around the Dodgers. Water, wet. Sky, blue. Grass, green. Dodgers rumored to be in on big names.

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A Quick Look Around the NL West


Well, Christmas has come and gone and Dodgers fans did not find a new starter or another right-handed batter under their tree. While many times here I have said that the Dodgers don’t need to make immediate upgrades, it still would have been nice to have a holiday surprise.

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More Teams Actively Engaging with Hyun-Jin Ryu

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Should Dodgers Aggressively Pursue Dellin Betances?

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At one point during December’s Winter Meetings, it looked like the Dodgers were hot on the trail of reliever Dellin Betances, but once Los Angeles snagged righty Blake Treinen, it appeared that the interest in Betances may have subsided.

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Examining the Likliest Dodger Trade Scenarios

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If recent history has taught us anything, it’s that Andrew Friedman and Co. like to make a major trade right before Christmas. Will this season follow the same pattern?

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Is a Trade with Red Sox Even Plausible?

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For as quiet as the Dodgers have been in the player market so far this offseason, there certainly has not been a shortage of rumors.

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Hyun-Jin Ryu Suspense Intensifying

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The good news is that Hyun-Jin Ryu is believed to want to remain on the West Coast, and he may even be willing to offer a bit of a returning discount to do so. The bad news is, even with the slight discount, the lefty’s contract value is seemingly increasing by the day.

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Just What Is It About the Dodgers?

MLB: Spring Training-Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago White Sox
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The offseason has been pretty full of trades and signings already. Dodgers fans had thought that maybe, the team they root for would be involved in more of them. One by one, fans have watched Gerrit Cole, Anthony Rendon, Stephen Strasburg, and even Madison Bumgarner sign with someone else.

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What’s the Delay in Signing Hyun-Jin Ryu?

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While many teams around baseball have been very aggressive with their respective player acquisitions so far this offseason, Andrew Friedman and the Dodgers have been much more cautious, seemingly waiting to make the right move at the exact right time.

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