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Celebrity Cribs: Peek Inside Reckless Drivin’ L.A. Dodgers Baller Yasiel Puig’s New $1.8 Million Sherman Oaks Home [Photos]

Yasiel Puig Drops $1.8 Million For Sherman Oaks Mansion Yasiel Puig has a new place to put his bat and balls. Via Realtor We don’t know for sure, but after Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig signed the papers for

Los Angeles Dodgers' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

The Dodgers system stands out for its collection of potential star-caliber players as well as its overall depth, with a balance of high-ceiling and high-floor talents that should have the organization in a position to succeed for years...Show More Summary

Predictions for Each Top Acquisition's Career with the San Francisco Giants

While National League West rivals like the San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks have made some major moves, the San Francisco Giants have stayed mostly under the radar. Although the Giants made a strong push...Show More Summary

Top Offseason Options for the Los Angeles Dodgers to Finish off Winter Plans

The Los Angeles Dodgers have nearly filled their roster. Their depth chart is balanced and complete, with multiple quality options at many positions. The biggest potential weakness is an injury in the middle infield, as Darwin Barney...Show More Summary

Predictions for Dodgers Newcomers in 2015

The Los Angeles Dodgers revamped their roster this offseason with a flurry of moves during the winter meetings, trading away several popular players in an effort to improve the team's defense and chemistry. New president of baseballShow More Summary

Should Dodgers Lock Up Zack Greinke Now to Eliminate Opt-Out Risk?

The Los Angeles Dodgers, owners of baseball's biggest payroll, haven't thrown their financial weight around this offseason. Yes, they shored up the back end of the rotation by signing Brandon McCarthy and Brett Anderson, but they missed...Show More Summary

Yasiel Puig Buys Himself a Beautiful New $1.8M Mansion in California

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig has become quite a star, and the 24-year-old has treated himself by buying a beautiful new mansion in Sherman Oaks, California. The $1.8 million mansion is 4,663 square feet and includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms. Show More Summary

Early Predictions for Each MLB Team's Top Spring Training Position Battles

Spring training can be stressful. That's definitely the case for outfielders on the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox, as there are simply way too many players and not enough spots in the respective lineups. What follows isShow More Summary

How the Los Angeles Dodgers Have Left Themselves Exposed Entering 2015

The Los Angeles Dodgers have won 92 and 94 games the past two seasons, as well as the National League West both times, and are once again considered by many (if not most) to be the favorites in that division in 2015. But has the Dodgers'...Show More Summary

Start-Up Lender Raises $200 Million From Ex-Owner of Los Angeles Dodgers

The MGG Investment Group raised the money from Frank H. McCourt Jr., the real estate developer who formerly owned the Los Angeles Dodgers, and hopes to capture a slice of the small-business lending market.

3 Bold Predictions for the Los Angeles Dodgers' 2015 Season

The sky appears to be the limit for the 2015 Los Angeles Dodgers. Their new acquisitions bring flexibility and talent, and the outgoing players have been adequately replaced, which is a dangerous combination when added to the other players...Show More Summary

A.J. Ellis, Dodgers Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The Los Angeles Dodgers and catcher A.J. Ellis avoided salary arbitration Tuesday, agreeing to a one-year contract worth $4.25 million for the 2015 season. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports first reported the news: The deal comes three days before the deadline for teams and their players to negotiate a common ground. Show More Summary

Andre Ethier Is a Difficult Trade, but Could Be a Bounce-Back Candidate

Andre Ethier was once a pillar of the storied Los Angeles Dodgers organization, so stable a contributor that the previous ownership/front-office regime gave him a heavy eight-figure contract. Now, two-and-a-half years later, Ethier has...Show More Summary

Biggest Winners and Losers from Dodgers Offseason

There's less than three months remaining until Opening Day, and the Los Angeles Dodgers look decidedly different than they did at the beginning of the offseason. For starters, the front office was stripped down and replaced with a new...Show More Summary

Projecting the Los Angeles Dodgers' 5-Man Rotation for 2015

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ rotation is undoubtedly the strength of the team. It is loaded. Two Cy Young winners head the staff, and the back half is talented as well. Legitimate arguments can be made that Clayton Kershaw, Zack GreinkeShow More Summary

3 Missing Pieces the Dodgers Could Still Land This Winter

One of the Los Angeles Dodgers' biggest weaknesses last season was their bullpen. It was no secret, and the numbers didn't lie. Los Angeles relievers in 2014 surrendered more earned runs than 18 other bullpens in the majors, and only...Show More Summary

Andre Ethier Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz, Speculation Surrounding Dodgers Star

The Baltimore Orioles are looking to add another outfielder to the fold, and Los Angeles Dodgers Andre Ethier appears to be on their radar. Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports has reported that the Orioles have "engaged in trade talks with the...Show More Summary

Pedro Martinez Waits for Call From Hall of Fame

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

As a Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, Nomar Garciaparra watched Clayton Kershaw become the dominant pitcher in the National League, winning three of the last four NL Cy Young Awards — the last one unanimously.

5 Prospects Set to Make a Name for Themselves in 2015

Joc Pederson emerged from the woodwork in 2014 to become a relatively household name among Los Angeles Dodger fans. The year before, Yasiel Puig filled that role. In a system as deep as the Dodgers’ currently is (and with a front office...Show More Summary

3 Offseason Questions That the Dodgers Still Need to Answer

The Los Angeles Dodgers may have revamped their roster this offseason with a flurry moves during the winter meetings, but there are still questions remaining now that the dust has settled for the time being. New president of baseball...Show More Summary

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