Dodgers Opinions: Baseball in July, New Rules & Other Thoughts

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As we approach the second full month without baseball, we know that MLB is doing all it can to figure out how to have some actual baseball action this year. Some crazy ideas have been broached in respect to this, both on the location and in-game aspects.

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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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What Can Dodgers Expect from Julio Urías in 2020?

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It’s a little hard to believe, but when looking at the Dodgers‘ prospective 2020 starting rotation compared to last year’s version, there are indeed quite a few glaring differences.

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Can Clayton Kershaw Finally Put 2017 Behind Him?

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Is it time for actual baseball games yet?

As the Dodgers spring training continues on, the hangover of 2017 also just keeps lingering. This, of course, is through no fault of the Dodgers themselves; I’m certain that they are more than happy to finally move on from that fated season.

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Clayton Kershaw Begins 2020 Spring Training Full of Optimism

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For the first time in a few years, Clayton Kershaw has entered spring camp with a full head of steam.

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Some Very Preliminary Ideas About the 2020 Starting Rotation

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While some fans of the Dodgers will need a bit more time to recover from the nightmare Game 5 of the 2019 NLDS, other fans are already looking toward next season, at least in terms of gauging how the bulk of the player roster could look.

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Will Hyun-Jin Ryu Regain All-Star Form in Time for Playoffs?

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Despite having one of the most prolific offenses in baseball, the postseason success of the Dodgers this year may ultimately fall on the shoulders of the starting rotation.

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Exactly How Good Is the Dodgers’ Starting Rotation?

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Perhaps the more relative question is exactly how good has the Dodgers‘ rotation been lately?

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Dustin May to Make Dodgers Debut

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The trade deadline is always fodder for talk about who won, who lost, who made the greatest improvement to their team. The Dodgers were heavily scrutinized for their lack of big moves this year.

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