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.
The Los Angeles Dodgers officially announced the re-signing of Justin Turner on Friday morning via a Zoom press conference. The Dodgers and Turner agreed to a $34 million contract for two years plus an option. The contract includes a club option for 2023 for $16 million or a $2 million buyout. The deal also includes an $8 million signing bonus.Continue reading “Dodgers Officially Announce Justin Turner Signing, Other Spring Training Notes”
We are just a day away from pitchers and reporting for the first team functions of the spring. This offseason was quite like none other in many ways, but baseball is finally returning.Continue reading “Dodgers Announce Spring Training Non- Roster Invitees, Trade Josh Sborz to Rangers”
Moments after we published a story on Saturday surrounding the Dodgers’ payroll for the upcoming season and the prospects of Justin Turner re-signing, news broke that the veteran third baseman has finally reached a deal to return to Los Angeles on a two-year contract.
With only a handful of days remaining before players start filing into the clubhouse at Camelback Ranch, there’s mainly one thing on the minds of Dodgers fans—whether the team will re-sign veteran third baseman Justin Turner.
After a winter of wondering where the best free-agent pitcher in baseball would sign, Trevor Bauer announced on Friday, Feb. 5 that he had chosen the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Thursday, the Dodgers and Bauer made it official with a press conference welcoming the righty starter to Los Angeles.Continue reading “Andrew Friedman, Dodgers Finally Make Trevor Bauer Signing Official”
Although an entire year has passed, there’s no more certainty as to what may happen during the 2021 season compared to last year, especially as far as the Los Angeles Dodgers are concerned.
Baseball is a business, and the reality is that the band can’t stay together forever. Forces will inevitably pull people apart.