Dodgers 25-Man Roster: Jake Peter May Have Already Found a Home

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For many fans of the Dodgers, the biggest haul of the recent six-player deal with the White Sox and Royals right off the top appears to be lefty sinkerballer Scott Alexander. But while Alexander is indeed a much welcomed addition and will no question have a huge impact on the Los Angeles bullpen, utility man Jake Peter could turn out to be the most profitable piece of the entire trade.

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Dodgers Recall Mike Freeman, Place Franklin Gutierrez on Disabled List

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The Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday recalled infielder/outfielder Mike Freeman from Triple-A Oklahoma City and placed outfielder Franklin Gutierrez on the 10-day disabled list with an episode of ankylosis spondylitis.

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Dodgers Topple White Sox in Cactus League Opener

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The Los Angeles Dodgers began their 2017 Cactus League campaign with a 5-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Camelback Ranch in Glendale.

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Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

“Should I stay or should I go now?
Should I stay or should I go now?
If I go, there will be trouble
And if I stay it will be double
So come on and let me know”

~The Clash

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Record Year

“Quarter notes and Hank’s half time
Are poundin’ on this heart of mine
Song to song, I pass my time
With these speakers on ten”

~Eric Church

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NLCS Game Six-Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen-Los Angeles Dodgers vs Chicago Cubs Saturday, October 22, 2016 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Photo by Jon SooHoo/©Los Angeles Dodgers,LLC 2016

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TBPC Reader Appreciation Giveaway #2: Two Clayton Kershaw Bowman Rookie Cards

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As a tool to gain momentum and show a bit of reader appreciation heading into the winter months and the MLB Hot Stove season, the folks here at TBPC decided it would be a great idea to conduct our second official giveaway — a set of two Clayton Kershaw Bowman rookie cards.

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Dodgers Head Home in Defeat, Look Towards 2017

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While it was natural for many fans of the Dodgers to express disappointment in the team’s loss to the Cubs in the 2016 NLCS, there are plenty of positives surrounding the club in the coming year, and once the anguish passes and the dust settles, forecasts for 2017 will be loaded with a wealth of confidence.

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Dodgers Feature Rich Hill at Home in Pivotal Game 3

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In what is shaping up to be a critical Game 3 for both clubs in the NLCS on Tuesday in Los Angeles, the Dodgers will send veteran southpaw Rich Hill to the bump, while the Cubs will counter with the 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner, Jake Arrieta.

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Dodgers Management: The Differences Between Friedman and Colletti

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Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly talks to general manager Ned Colletti during a spring training baseball workout Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
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While the Los Angeles Dodgers decided to embark on a brand new front office structure during the winter of 2014, the game of baseball itself was experiencing an evolution of sorts, as the national pastime began morphing into a game of numbers, analytics and financial management as opposed to seeing the most dominant clubs succeed with intangible qualities like grit, wit and desire.

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Better Outfield Option: Josh Reddick or Andrew Toles?

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Ever since the initial moment Josh Reddick arrived in Los Angeles as part of the deal that sent three quality prospects to Oakland, fans of the Dodgers have seemingly been viewing him under a microscope, and many have begun to wonder if rookie Andrew Toles is the better option to play every day in right field.

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