Dodgers Roster: A Closer Look at Infielder Brad Miller


Smack dab in the middle of the final moments before Bryce Harper signed with the Phillies, the Dodgers were out doing some shopping of their own. Their ultimate haul was 29-year-old journeyman infielder Brad Miller.

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Dodgers Believed to Be Back in Bryce Harper Running


In this world, crazy news breaks every day. Apparently, this is no different in the MLB, where the free agent market has dragged on and on. And guess what—the Dodgers just might be back in the Bryce Harper mix once again.

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The Obligatory Bryce Harper Post

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There are exactly three days remaining before pitchers and catchers begin filing into the clubhouse at Camelback Ranch. Still, outfielder Bryce Harper remains unsigned.

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Dodgers Roster: Dave Roberts Believes 2019 Outfield Is ‘Set’

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While many fans of the Dodgers continue to express their disappointment over the team’s spending this winter, skipper Dave Roberts remains upbeat, especially after the acquisition of center fielder A.J. Pollock last week.

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How the 7-Player Cincinnati Trade Impacts the Pursuit of Bryce Harper

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have completed a deal which saw Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Kyle Farmer and Alex Wood sent to the Cincinnati Reds.

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More Thoughts on a Potential Bryce Harper Deal

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With the Bryce Harper sweepstakes still captivating the baseball world, the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the thick of a free agent decision that can alter the league landscape for potentially the next decade.

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Latest Updates on the Bryce Harper and Manny Machado Sweepstakes

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Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are two of the most high-profile free agents on the market, and the whole baseball world is awaiting decisions from them.

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Are the Dodgers Really Interested in Bryce Harper?

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Since the moment last season when the Dodgers appeared they would stay under the 2018 Luxury Tax threshold, rumors began to swirl linking the team to Bryce Harper, one of the headlining commodities of this winter’s free agent class. And, as impractical as it would be to sign the 26-year-old, indications suggest that the club is still doing its due diligence in pursuing the outfielder, despite the onslaught of criticism from pundits and fans.

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Will Dodgers Pursue Bryce Harper in 2018?


On Saturday, the Dodgers announced that they had traded four players to the Braves in exchange for Matt Kemp. It was a rare trade that worked for both sides, in that both teams got the salary dump they were looking for, plus the Braves got some players that can be useful to them in 2018 and beyond. Yesterday we touched on what it meant to the players that were traded and where it left the roster. But what does it mean for the Dodgers going forward?

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A Quick Peek Inside the Washington Nationals Clubhouse

Aug 2, 2014; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper (34) looks on during the game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Nationals Park. The Nationals won 11-0. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

While the Los Angeles Dodgers‘ 25-man roster for the NLDS, including the initial trio in the starting rotation, has already been set, the Washington Nationals have yet to commit to a working roster or even a starting pitching scheme beyond Max Scherzer in Game 1.

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