Three weeks in to Spring Training, and the injuries are starting to pop up for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The most significant injury of Spring Training happened last week when Gavin Lux tore his ACL running from second to third.
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Happy Pitchers and Catchers Report Day to all who celebrate!
The Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team is going to look quite different this season than it has previously. 12 members of last years team are off to other various baseball adventures, or retirement. (Godspeed, Jake McGee. And probably David Price).
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On Friday, the Los Angeles Dodgers will begin their quest to win another World Series.
This team and season are a bit reminiscent of the 2017 team, where the expectations were sky high – win the World Series or bust. The feeling around the league is that the Dodgers are the best team around, and anything less than making the World Series, and winning, would be a disappointment.
But as we saw last season, things happen along the way to derail the train on the way to the station. Fighting for the division right down until the last games, losing a key starting pitcher and your first baseman made it hard to repeat as world champs.
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Only one Spring Training game remains for the Dodgers before Opening Day. The team will conclude Spring Training Tuesday evening, wrapping up a three-game series against their crosstown rival Angels.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have not have a very good showing in Spring Training as a whole, although that won’t necessarily translate into a bad start to the season.
Some individuals have had an impressive Spring Training, however, and have worked their way onto the Opening Day roster.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers are one week away from opening up the 2022 season in Denver against the Colorado Rockies. Before camp breaks, however, there are still a few unanswered questions.
The number of players still in camp as of Thursday afternoon was 41. The season will open with a 28-man roster so teams will have a little help in the pitching department because of the truncated spring training schedule.
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As Spring Training winds down, the Dodger roster is starting to take shape.
The team traded Matt Beaty to the San Diego Padres on Monday, and followed by making some more personnel moves.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have been a major force in the National League for the past decade, and vaunted for their depth at all aspects of the game. But sometimes that depth gets really tested, as evidenced by the likes of Luke Raley and Steven Souza Jr being left to be the pieces on the bench for key at bats in the 2021 postseason.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have been officially in spring training camp for one week, and have played four games. Played new and old are getting their bodies and minds ready for the grind of 162.
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For the first since October 2021, Dodger baseball is back!
The Dodgers begin Cactus League play on Friday against the Milwaukee Brewers; first pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. Pacific.
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