Dodgers News and Notes: Austin Barnes Avoids Arbitration, Justin Turner Returns, and More

This is the week, baseball fans! Spring Training is set to start this week, and the Los Angeles Dodgers pitching and catching staff will be starting their workouts on February 18th, this coming Thursday.

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Questions Remain for Dodgers After Reported Signing of Trevor Bauer

The Super Bowl is over, so you know what that means. It’s Time for Dodger Baseball!

Pitchers and catchers are still slated to report to spring training on February 18th, just 10 short days from today. Talks are reportedly still ongoing, but as of now, the season will start on time and not have any Covid related delays. Things, of course, could change at any time.

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For the Dodgers, What a Difference a Year Makes

We are still waiting for any news of the 2021 season, and what it will look like, especially for the Los Angeles Dodgers. But exactly one year ago was when their fortunes changed for the better.

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What Does Francisco Lindor Trade to Mets Mean for Dodgers?

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The Hot Stove got very hot on Thursday, when a big trade went down between two MLB interleague clubs. Although it did not involve the Los Angeles Dodgers, it could have ramifications for them down the line.

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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, Tommy Kahnle Reportedly Agree on Two-Year Deal

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The Dodgers reportedly made a bit of an unusual signing on Wednesday, inking righty reliever Tommy Kahnle to a two-year contract worth an apparent $4.75 million plus incentives.

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Trades That Changed Dodgers History: December 21, 2018

Welcome to winter, but finally one when Dodger fans are not discontent. While it was an abnormal summer, it brought some baseball, which led to the Dodgers finally winning that long awaited World Championship.

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Dodgers Opinions: Andrew Friedman Finally Got His Man

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From some Dodgers fans’ perspectives, Andrew Friedman has not had a great career. Missed World Series wins and missed free agent signings had fans thinking he would never get the Dodgers over the hump. But this time, he came through.

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Dodgers’ 60-Game Schedule Released, Other News and Notes

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Even as problems with cases of players testing positive for coronavirus, players opting out, and issues with the testing itself, Major League Baseball on Monday presented the schedule for the upcoming 60-game season.

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Dodgers Sign AJ Ramos to Minor League Deal

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We are one day from the first full squad workouts of Spring Training 2.0, or Summer Camp, whatever your preferred choice of wording is.

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