The Los Angeles Dodgers played their first Spring Training game of the season yesterday, winning 2-1 over the Oakland Athletics. As of Monday, we are just one month from the beginning of the regular season.Continue reading “Who Will Be the Dodgers’ Super Utility Man in 2021?”
Currently sitting with both the best record and best run differential in the majors, the Dodgers may soon be receiving an energetic boost with regards to several players returning from the injured list.
While there hasn’t been an overwhelming number of injuries so far for the Dodgers during this shortened season, the few that we have seen have definitely had significant impacts on the landscape of the roster.
￼We are now exactly three weeks from the Dodgers opening up their 2020 regular season against the San Francisco Giants.
While the Dodgers have been blessed with relatively good, overall health so far this spring, there are a handful of issues among a few players that continue to linger.
With just two regular-season games remaining on the docket, there aren’t any critical injuries for the Dodgers that may play a part in the 2019 postseason, but there are a few lingering ailments worth keeping an eye on.
The Dodgers have clinched their division, and now are just working on preparing for the postseason. The most important thing they can do now, is get and stay healthy.
While many fans of the Dodgers have been wondering about the potential contribution levels of players like Kristopher Negron and Tyler White, others have been anticipating a return to normalcy when Chris Taylor, David Freese and Enrique Hernandez eventually rejoin the squad.
In case you missed Saturday’s column, the main concept of the story was how the Dodgers will conceivably upgrade their active roster after this year’s trade deadline, even if front office boss Andrew Friedman elects not to make a major splash as far as blockbuster deals go.