The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants were two of the most active teams leading up to Major League Baseball’s July 31st non-waiver trade deadline. Meanwhile, their division rivals in San Diego, Colorado and Arizona gained attention for the moves they didn’t make. The Dodgers acquired four players—OF Shane Victorino from the Philadelphia Phillies, RHP Brandon League from the Seattle Mariners, and 3B/SS Hanley Ramirez and LHP Randy Choate from the Miami Marlins—in three separate trades.
With only one full day remaining before the non-waiver trade deadline, and 60 games left to be played on their schedule, the Los Angeles Dodgers find themselves trailing the division leading San Diego Padres by a full seven games, a... Read Post
The NL West hasn't gone the way most of the "experts" thought it would. The team leading the division, the San Diego Padres, was expected to be the bottom feeder, while the predicted leader, the Los Angeles Dodgers, sits in third pl... Read Post