After taking two of three from the Philadelphia Phillies, the Los Angeles Dodgers are enjoying an off day before they head out on an NL West road trip to Arizona and San Diego.Continue reading “Dodgers Off Day News and Notes: Cleavinger, Santana, Ravelo, More”
“I don’t necessarily want to speak for the team. But I’m pissed personally. I don’t like losing. I want to win. That’s why I came here. And we are not playing up to our capabilities right now, so I’m mad.”
After yet another one-run loss, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer vented to reporters on the state of his current team.Continue reading “Will Trevor Bauer’s Comments Have Any Effect on Dodgers’ Losing Ways?”
Some things are finally beginning to become more clear as the Dodgers get set to play their last two Spring Training game at Dodger Stadium against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes Before Start of Regular Season”
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?”
This is the week, baseball fans! Spring Training is set to start this week, and the Los Angeles Dodgers pitching and catching staff will be starting their workouts on February 18th, this coming Thursday.Continue reading “Dodgers News and Notes: Austin Barnes Avoids Arbitration, Justin Turner Returns, and More”
It is Thursday, January 21, and the Los Angeles Dodgers still have not signed their right-handed power bat.
The Dodgers have made their first moves of the offseason.
On Wednesday, the Dodgers and Scott Alexander agreed to a one year contract before the non-tender contract deadline to do so. Dennis covered Alexander and his career yesterday.
While the first series of the shortened 2020 season against the Giants ended with a feeling of disappointment for the Dodgers, the beginning of the two-game set against the Astros in Houston ignited a bit of excitement.
“Pitchers and poets both have their moments. The intervals are the tough things” —Robert Frost
Today is the day. After a crazy offseason and an aborted Spring Training, months of downtime and then this thing called Summer Camp, baseball finally begins its 2020 season tonight.
T-minus 10 days until the Los Angeles Dodgers open up what is to be the 2020 season against the San Francisco Giants.