Dodgers Reportedly Pursuing Trade for Francisco Lindor


As he continues his dominance in the 2019 postseason, Geritt Cole has fans everywhere wondering if the Dodgers front office might consider going against their set-imposed rule of not giving out a long term, high-priced salary.

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Dodgers Still Relatively Quiet in Hours Leading to Trade Deadline

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With less than 24 hours remaining before the 2019 trade deadline, it’s hard to gauge whether the Dodgers will ultimately stand pat with their current roster or make a splash with some sort of high-impact type of deal.

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Bullpen Concerns Escalating as Trade Deadline Draws Near

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Simply put, Kenley Jansen isn’t the same as he was in years past.

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Sue Jo – More Behind the Scenes with the Dodgers Social Media Manager

The Los Angeles Dodgers are not only blessed with supreme talent on the field, they are also have supreme talent in their social media department.  To many fans who follow the Dodgers across their various social media platforms, Sue Jo has become just as famous as the players she promotes. Many people look for her in her office at the stadium, get their picture taken with her, and point her out on the field while she’s documenting the Boys in Blue. Now in her fourth year with the team, she excels at documenting the team both in game and before, and out and about in the community.

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Dodgers Bullpen: The Time Could Be Now for Stetson Allie

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As the Dodgers have invited 21 non-roster players to the big league side of spring camp this year, most of them are prospects who have plenty of years ahead of them in terms of maturing and development.

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More Details on Lin Huei-Sheng

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Although it still hasn’t officially been reported by the team, several stories broke at the beginning of the week stating that the Dodgers have signed righty pitcher Lin Huei-Sheng. Apparently, the contract involves a signing bonus in the vicinity of $300K. It has also been stated that the deal is pending a physical, which may be the reason for the holdup in the club making an official announcement.

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Yasiel Puig Reunites with Turner Ward as Dodgers & Reds Complete 7-Player Trade

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The Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday afternoon acquired minor league infielder Jeter Downs, minor league right-handed pitcher Josiah Gray and right-handed pitcher Homer Bailey from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for catcher/infielder Kyle Farmer, outfielders Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig, left-handed pitcher Alex Wood and cash considerations.

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Dodgers Hot Stove: 5 Untouchable Players & 4 Players Who Could Be Dealt

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As we’ve mentioned in previous articles, this winter could be a time of great flux for the Dodgers roster. Today, let’s look at five players who most definitely won’t and four players who could be traded before the start of the 2019 season.

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Dodgers Roster: More Thoughts on an Otherwise Shoddy Bullpen

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It’s all that everyone’s been talking about—with good reason. What many followers of the Dodgers have considered to be the team’s biggest weakness all year long is finally proving to be true. It took an illness from the team’s All-Star closer to prove, but what folks are now learning is that Kenley Jansen was the single cog which was seemingly holding the entire Los Angeles relief corps together.

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Looking Back at the 2017 World Series & Who Was Blamed for How It Ended

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Blame is a far more common idea in baseball than people may think. We, as fans, always look for someone, or something to blame, because we have no actual control over the game. We just sit on our couches, or in our seats at the stadium, and yell as the home plate umpire makes a bad call. That is not out of character for fans of baseball, or sports in general. A certain level of complaining is in our nature. Tuesday night, even, I was thinking, or rather critiquing, about how the Dodgers could have won had they taken advantage of the bases loaded situations when they had them.

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