Start of 2020 Regular Season Could Be Delayed Longer Than Expected

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Not much news emerged out of Camelback Ranch on Friday, but one bit of information that surfaced was something we began to fear on Thursday evening—the start of the regular season will likely run past the delay that the MLB front office initially anticipated.

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Dodgers News: MLB Suspends Spring Training, Delays Start of Regular Season

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In a move many fans feared might happen, today Major League Baseball announced that Spring Training has been halted, and that the start of the season has been moved back at least two weeks to April 8th while worries about the coronavirus abound.

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Dodgers News: Catching Depth, Opening Day Starter Announcement & More

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As Dennis stated in his column yesterday, we are now halfway through Cactus League play. The Dodgers will open their season Thursday, March 26 at home against the San Francisco Giants.

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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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Dodgers Have Strength in Their Backups

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Since the Dodgers were sold to the Guggenheim group, after wasting away for many years under Frank McCourt, Andrew Friedman and company have made a habit of finding diamonds in the rough.

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Dodgers Pitching Showing Early Indications of Good Health and Form

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It’s extremely early to get excited about things that could inherently go wrong down the line for the Dodgers pitching staff, but two things stand out so far. They are happy, and more importantly, healthy.

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Dodgers News and Notes from Early Days of Spring Training

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It’s the first full day of all position players reporting to camp at Camelback Ranch. It’s also day 12,472 of the Houston Astros cheating scandal.

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The Curious Case of Alex Verdugo

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Besides the Dodgers pitching staff, anther place on their roster the Dodgers have a plethora of players is the outfield.

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Dodgers Spring Training News: Kershaw, Hill, Urias & More

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Things seem to moving in the right direction, as far as the Dodgers‘ pitching staff is concerned. On Sunday, Dennis highlighted how Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler are progressing towards Opening Day. On Monday, Kershaw threw an official bullpen for the first time since he was sidelined with a shoulder issue.

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