How David Price Might Fit into Dodgers’ Starting Rotation


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In keeping with the theme this winter, it’s been another long weekend of innuendo and teasing that a Dodgers trade that would acquire Mookie Betts from the Boston Red Sox. Many reports say a deal is ‘imminent’ and will happen today or tomorrow.

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Latest on Mookie Betts Trade Rumors

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This off-season has indeed seemed like a broken record, a recycling of rumors new and old regarding the Dodgers, and if and whom they might make a trade for.

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Thoughts on Some of the Latest Dodgers Rumors

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All of the baseball world is in a quiet holding pattern in the days leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting. Sure, there’s an odd signing or trade here or there, but overall, it’s all been pretty uneventful.

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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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A Quick Look Around the NL West

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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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Dodgers Pass on Bringing Back Hyun-Jin Ryu

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Late last night, news broke that Hyun-Jin Ryu signed with the Toronto Blue Jays.

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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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Just What Is It About the Dodgers?

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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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Thoughts on the Dodgers’ Winter So Far & Rumors Going Forward

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I will begin this post by stating the caveat that I know the offseason is not done, that it is only the 12th of December. The Dodgers front office is not done trying to make this team better, and that more moves are yet to come. But the fact that the Dodgers did not sign any of the Top 3 free agents this winter is a little mystifying.

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Latest Dodgers Rumors Heading into Winter Meetings

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We’ve reached that time of year, the one that most baseball fans have looked forward to for months. No one liked last season where the biggest free agents waited until February and March to make their decisions of where their new homes would be.

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