After dropping a bizarre game on Opening Day to the Colorado Rockies, the Dodgers are still looking to grab their first win of the season heading into the weekend. One of the best things about baseball is that right after a loss, a team gets to go back out there the next day with a fresh start, especially this early in the season.Continue reading “Dodger Stadium Tickets Go on Sale, Game 2 Preview at Colorado”
Beginning Friday, Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star pitcher Trevor Bauer is launching a season-long giveback initiative called “Ks for a Cause.” The campaign will support local nonprofit organizations focused on STEM and/or youth programming in the greater Los Angeles area.
After a winter of wondering where the best free-agent pitcher in baseball would sign, Trevor Bauer announced on Friday, Feb. 5 that he had chosen the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Thursday, the Dodgers and Bauer made it official with a press conference welcoming the righty starter to Los Angeles.Continue reading “Andrew Friedman, Dodgers Finally Make Trevor Bauer Signing Official”
Although an entire year has passed, there’s no more certainty as to what may happen during the 2021 season compared to last year, especially as far as the Los Angeles Dodgers are concerned.
The Super Bowl is over, so you know what that means. It’s Time for Dodger Baseball!
Pitchers and catchers are still slated to report to spring training on February 18th, just 10 short days from today. Talks are reportedly still ongoing, but as of now, the season will start on time and not have any Covid related delays. Things, of course, could change at any time.
As the days leading up to the beginning of spring training dwindle, two huge things stay fresh in the minds of Dodgers fans—the recent signing of righty pitcher Trevor Bauer and the prospective return of veteran third baseman Justin Turner.
Baseball is a business, and the reality is that the band can’t stay together forever. Forces will inevitably pull people apart.
(Writers note: All opinions here are my own and not necessarily those of all the writers at TBPC.)
Well, the Dodgers certainly waited long into the offseason period to make a big splash, as arguably the biggest free agent on the market is headed home to Los Angeles.
We are now only a couple of weeks from the planned commencement of 2021 Spring Training. After the Players Association rejected the league’s proposal for a 154-game season yesterday, MLB announced that it is planning to start Spring Training and the MLB season on time. If everything goes according to plan, Spring Training would start on February 17 and the season on April 1.