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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A Few Preliminary Thoughts About the 2021 Bullpen


While the Dodgers have made it no secret that the bullpen is an area they’d like to address this winter, they still haven’t made any significant upgrades in terms of a true difference maker.

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What Went Wrong for Corey Knebel in 2020

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The recent Corey Knebel acquisition made by the Dodgers is fitting with a reoccurring theme this front office has implemented in recent years.

They tend to seek out reclamation projects in the bullpen, hoping that the player comes close to recapturing the glory of years past.

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Which Free Agents Are Dodgers Most Likely to Bring Back?

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The World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers had many key players show up in big moments during the October playoff run. Seven players of the championship roster are currently free agents. With the off-season hot stove being pretty cold at the moment, there hasn’t been much action.

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Dodgers Roster: 3 Young Players Who Could Take a Step Forward in 2021

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In route to their 2020 World Series Championship, the Dodgers relied on many players that were products of the great talent development team. Recent prospects like Victor Gonzalez, Will Smith, Dustin May, Tony Gonsolin, Matt Beaty and Edwin Rios all made their MLB rise through the Los Angeles farm, eventually playing contributing roles in the club’s championship success.

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Very Preliminary Thoughts About the 2021 Closer’s Role

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Even though it’s only been less than a week since the Dodgers claimed the 2020 World Series Championship, there’s already been a ton of speculation in the baseball world as to which player will open next season as the club’s primary closer.

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Dodgers Decline Vesting Option on Jimmy Nelson

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While many folks close to the team are still reveling in the franchise’s first World Series Championship since 1988, the Dodgers got down to business on the transaction side of things on Friday, announcing that they have declined the option for veteran pitcher Jimmy Nelson.

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4 Things to Watch During Final Weeks of Regular Season

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Before the beginning of Sunday’s games, the Dodgers still had the best record in the majors at 32-14. They sat in front of NL West rival San Diego by a full three games, and their inclusion in the 2020 postseason playoff picture is imminent. However, there’s been a ton of discussions about potential home field advantage and what it might mean in the postseason.

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Dodgers Roster: More Thoughts on the State of the Starting Rotation

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Without question, as the 2020 playoffs rapidly approach, the biggest roster issue currently on the minds of Dodgers fans everywhere is the state of the starting pitching rotation.

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Dodgers Roster: What Lies Ahead for Joc Pederson, Enrique Hernandez?

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Enrique Hernandez and Joc Pederson, both of whom have been very instrumental in the Dodgers’ success in recent years, aren’t just facing roster consequences with regards to the playoffs, but they’re also conceivably playing for their upcoming contracts in 2020.

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