Latest Dodgers Rumors: Chris Archer, Justin Turner, DJ LeMahieu, Kris Bryant and More

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Rumors surrounding the Dodgers have picked up steam over the last several days, and there may be a possibility that a few are gaining credible momentum.

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Monday Musings: Three Questions Surrounding Offseason, More Dodgers Rumors

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Happy New Year! Our first full week of the New Year begins and guess what Dodger fans, still nothing new to talk about.

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Thoughts on Dodgers’ 2021 Payroll, Additional Player Acquisitions

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For those who have yet to take a thorough look at how the Dodgers’ payroll is stacking up for 2021, there’s a handy chart over at Fangraphs laying out most of the important details.

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Latest News Surrounding Trevor Bauer

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Trevor Bauer is the top pitching prize of this offseason, and it appears like the market for him is starting to develop.

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3 Important New Year’s Resolutions for Dodgers

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First and foremost, Happy New Year to all fans of the Dodgers. While 2020 was a year like no other on many different levels, the Dodgers finally winning the World Series after recent playoff disappointments surely had to put a smile on many of your faces.

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2020 Will Be a Year Dodger Fans Will Always Remember

Well that was quite the year, wasn’t it? One that Dodger fans and the world at large won’t forget for some time.

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Dodgers Top Prospects by Position: 2020-21 Offseason Edition

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For as long and tedious that this year has been, it has also flown by at a rapid pace, at least for some of us. For those readers who visit our site regularly, they’ll know that we usually compile one prospect list annually, and with just one more day remaining in 2020, there’s probably not a better time for this year’s version.

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Dodgers Make Three-Team Trade, More Thoughts on Padres’ Moves

For much of the offseason, I have been refreshing my Twitter feed, hoping that roster moves would pick up. Over the past few days, moves did indeed pick up, but not in the way I thought. The Dodgers have remained overall quiet, making small transactions that I’ll get into a bit. But the Padres have made a flurry of moves, acquiring Yu Darvish, Blake Snell, and Korean Baseball League infielder Ha-Seong Kim.

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NL West Sure to Tighten After Padres Trade for Blake Snell

The Los Angeles Dodgers have won the NL West the last eight consecutive years. With the exception of 2018 when it took a one game playoff with the Colorado Rockies to decide the winner, the Dodgers have usually won it pretty handily and look to do so again in 2021.

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Kiké Hernandez Linked to Red Sox

Rumors continue to gain traction surrounding a possible Enrique Hernandez exit from Los Angeles. Hernandez, who is one of the most versatile players in the majors, has been a Dodger for the past six seasons. He hit free agency for the first time in his career at the conclusion of the 2020 season.

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