Dodgers Roster: What Lies Ahead for Austin Barnes?

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Once highly touted for his offensive prowess and his ability to field multiple positions, Austin Barnes gave the impression that he was in the big leagues to stay after a quality 2017 season campaign when he saw playing time in 102 games.

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Series Preview: Dodgers Land in Miami to Face Marlins

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Next up on the Dodgers‘ schedule is a six-game road trip, consisting of three games with the Marlins starting on Tuesday evening, followed by a three-game set with the leaders of the NL East, the Braves, beginning on Friday.

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Dodgers by the Numbers, So Far

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After a brouhaha with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday evening where the Dodgers bullpen squandered yet another game, and closer Archie Bradley had some words with the Dodgers’ dugout, the Boys in Blue rebounded and collected yet another series win.

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Dodgers Take Two Games in Weekend Series with Diamondbacks

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Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger each homered in the first inning of Sunday’s series finale against Arizona, propelling the Dodgers to an eventual 9-3 victory over their division rival and stretching their NL West lead to a whopping 19 games.

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Can the Dodgers Trust Kenley Jansen’s Closing Abilities?

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In the weeks leading up to the 2019 trade deadline, many fans of the Dodgers were certain that management would find a way to snag one or more relievers to bolster what has been a mediocre relief crew this season.

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Dodgers’ Main Competition Is Amongst Themselves

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The Dodgers are now heading into the dog days of summer, with an 18 game lead in their division and a nine game lead for home field advantage throughout the National League playoffs.

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For Those Who Haven’t Noticed, Gavin Lux Is Still on Fire Offensively

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It’s tough to be a fan of the Dodgers these days and not know what’s happening at the Triple-A level—at least when it comes to a certain 21-year-old infielder.

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Dodgers Finish Sweep of Cardinals with Another Walk-off Win

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The Dodgers returned the favor of the sweep to the St Louis Cardinals, and they ended the series in what has now become almost commonplace behavior, a walk-off win.

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Dodgers Make Roster Adjustments Amid Series with Cardinals

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The Dodgers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have placed outfielder Alex Verdugo on the 10-day injured list with a right oblique strain and have recalled left-handed pitcher Caleb Ferguson. Additionally, the Dodgers have optioned right-handed pitcher Tony Gonsolin to Triple-A Oklahoma City and recalled infielder Edwin Rios.

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Dodgers Set to Take on Cardinals; Plus Some Injury Notes

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The Dodgers somehow managed to take three of four from the San Diego Padres over the weekend. Two strong wins on the backs of Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler, a missed opportunity in Dustin May‘s debut, and another come from behind win due to a poor outing from Kenta Maeda on Sunday.

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