A Few Ideas How Dodgers Might Use Dustin May in 2020

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Aside from all the opinions about the sign-stealing scandals, there were a few interesting bits of information that came out of Fan Fest this year, specifically one clue on how the Dodgers might use young right-hander Dustin May, at least towards the beginning of the season.

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Higher Ceiling: Mike Clevinger or Dustin May?

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There still seems to be some belief that front-office boss Andrew Friedman and the Dodgers will make a mighty splash in either the free agent or trade market sometime during the 2019-20 offseason.

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Dustin May to Make Dodgers Debut


The trade deadline is always fodder for talk about who won, who lost, who made the greatest improvement to their team. The Dodgers were heavily scrutinized for their lack of big moves this year.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Keibert Ruiz, Dustin May Quietly Leading Loons


It’s not all that often that we dip down to the Low-A ranks during our weekly prospect watch column, however, in this installment we thought it would be fitting mainly because of the countdown to the 2017 Midwest League All-Star Game, which will be held on Tuesday at Dow Diamond, home to the Great Lakes Loons.

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