Discussing Three Trade Candidates Popular Among Dodgers Fans

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And just like that, the regular season is half over.

Of course, in this time of craziness that is only 30 games, but still we find ourselves at the halfway point. The Los Angeles Dodgers just finished a schedule of 17 games in a row with two road trips embedded within. I had worried that this might be a little stumbling block for them, but they finished it with a record of 13-4.

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Dodgers News and Notes: New Players in Camp, Cody Bellinger Working on Swing

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T-minus 10 days until the Los Angeles Dodgers open up what is to be the 2020 season against the San Francisco Giants.

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Concerns with Covid-19 Still Surround Dodgers and MLB Season

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Welcome to the last Monday without baseball for a while *

*We all hope that there won’t be any issues with starting the Major League Baseball season in the middle of the pandemic, but to me, the chances of that seem slim.

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Players to Owners: ‘Time to Get Back to Work’

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In what has been a drawn out saga through a long spring without sports, it appears that baseball might finally be close to returning.

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Dodgers Opinions: Thoughts on the Owners vs. Players & Short Season Ramifications

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I had really hoped that by the time my turn to write for this fine little blog again had rolled around, there would actually be something more concrete about the season to discuss. After all, the MLB had said it was sending their proposal to the players’ union early in the week. But there hasn’t been too much chatter about that yet, except for the whole fighting over money thing.

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Latest on Resumption of Major League Baseball

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In the week since we’ve last spoken, baseball, perhaps, has inched closer to possibly having a season.

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ESPN Reportedly Nearing Broadcast Deal with Korean Baseball Organization

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While it normally wouldn’t sound like overwhelmingly exciting news, the idea that ESPN might soon be reaching a broadcast deal with the Korean Baseball Organization could mean that Americans may finally have their chance to see live games, ending a hiatus of live baseball that began for some as early as late last year.

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Dodgers Thoughts: Missing Opening Day

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There is a sense of sadness over the world Thursday, and not just from the Coronavirus. That’s not to downplay the worldwide pandemic, because nothing at this point in time is more important or worthy of our thoughts and actions. (Stay home!)

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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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