While there’s no doubt that utilityman Sheldon Neuse will have some type of impact on the Los Angeles Dodgers organization this season, the biggest question surrounds at which level he will primarily contribute.
If Brandon Morrow can return to even a slight semblance of his 2017 self this season, the Dodgers’ minimal investment in the 36-year-old veteran might pay huge dividends as the club prepares for yet another championship run.
This is the week, baseball fans! Spring Training is set to start this week, and the Los Angeles Dodgers pitching and catching staff will be starting their workouts on February 18th, this coming Thursday.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes: Austin Barnes Avoids Arbitration, Justin Turner Returns, and More”
The Super Bowl is over, so you know what that means. It’s Time for Dodger Baseball!
Pitchers and catchers are still slated to report to spring training on February 18th, just 10 short days from today. Talks are reportedly still ongoing, but as of now, the season will start on time and not have any Covid related delays. Things, of course, could change at any time.
Welcome to February, Los Angeles Dodgers fans. Baseball returns this month! We think.
The National League after just one season of the universal designated hitter may see it gone. As Andy reported yesterday, MLB told NL teams to expect that there will be no universal DH next season.
The Dodgers announced on Friday afternoon that they have added four players to the organization’s 40-man roster ahead of next month’s Rule 5 draft. The players added include right-handed pitchers Gerardo Carrillo, Andre Jackson and Edwin Uceta, in addition to OF Zach Reks.
While we’re still not exactly sure how—or if—the 2020 MLB season will play out, because of all the rule changes and roster ramifications, there still could be a handful of new, young players who emerge as key contributors to their respective clubs at some point this year.
For a few quick moments, it looked like the 40-man roster of the Dodgers was stuck at the magical number of 42, despite MLB rules not allowing such a scenario.