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Los Angeles Dodgers Rumors: Which Prospects Go To Bring Papelbon In To Replace Injured Jansen?

With the Los Angeles Dodgers still figuring out what to do about their closer spot, rumors have swirled around bullpen names ranging from Francisco Rodriguez to Detroit’s Joba Chamberlain — but with Rodriguez now off the table, attention...Show More Summary

Dodgers' Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

The Los Angeles Dodgers underwent their first full workout of spring training this week, officially turning the page on a busy offseason and opening the 2015 chapter with high hopes. Succumbing to the St. Louis Cardinals in the playoffs for a second straight year prompted the franchise to rethink its overall philosophy last October. Show More Summary

Baseball dominates the sports world when it comes to player salaries

The top 100 Major League Baseball players will make an average salary of $16.4 million during the 2015 season led by Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw who will make $30.0 million in the second year of his 7-year, $215 million contract. Show More Summary

Odds of Kenley Jansen Replacement Options Winning Closer Job This Spring

With the recent news that closer Kenley Jansen will be out for two or three months, the Los Angeles Dodgers will have a new back of the bullpen for the first part of the season. There are a few different potential replacements currently...Show More Summary

2015 World Series Odds for Every Team at the Start of Spring Training

From the St. Louis Cardinals to the Washington Nationals to the Los Angeles Dodgers, all the usual suspects are assembling. As spring training gets underway, here's a look around the league at 2015 World Series odds for every team in the majors. Show More Summary

Brandon Beachy to Dodgers: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The Los Angeles Dodgers aren't above shopping for potential bargains, as evidenced by their reported signing of right-handed pitcher Brandon Beachy. According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Dodgers signed Beachy to a one-year deal with a team option for 2016. Rumors of Beachy signing have been floating around for weeks. Show More Summary

Zach Greinke Injury: Updates on Dodgers Star's Elbow and Return

Zack Greinke's 2015 season isn't off to a great start, as the Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander reportedly received a preventive shot to help his pitching elbow. According to Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register, the Dodgers announced that Greinke will be shut down after getting a "lubricating injection." This is an important year for Greinke. Show More Summary

Will Dodgers Be Patient with Joc Pederson in World Series or Bust Pressure?

Change was the theme of the offseason for the Los Angeles Dodgers, both on and off the field. It began with an overhaul of the team’s front office, as ownership hired Andrew Friedman and Farhan Zaidi to serve as president of baseball...Show More Summary

Dodgers' 3 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

Spring training has begun for the Los Angeles Dodgers, as pitchers and catchers reported to Camelback Ranch on Thursday, Feb. 19. There will be a lot of new faces at the training facility as a result of the team's major roster overhaul this winter. Show More Summary

Kenley Jansen Injury: Updates on Dodgers Star's Foot Surgery and Recovery

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Kenley Jansen looks set to miss the remainder of spring training after having surgery on his left foot. The Dodgers released the following press release, via Jon Weisman of the MLBlogs Network: This morning...Show More Summary

Ex-Phillie Mike Lieberthal prices Westlake home at $6.5 million

Mike Lieberthal, the former Westlake High School baseball star who played for the Philadelphia Phillies and Los Angeles Dodgers, has put his home in Westlake Village on the market for $6.5 million.

Here's how many games Vegas thinks your favorite MLB team will win this season

The Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers are the betting favorites to be the best team during the regular season this year according to sportsbook With one week to go before players start reporting to Spring Training, the Nationals and Dodgers have over/under win totals of 92.5, four games ahead of the next best teams, the St. Show More Summary

Why an Andre Ethier-for-Ubaldo Jimenez Swap Makes Sense for Everyone Involved

There's a deal to be made between the Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Dodgers that sends Andre Ethier to the reigning champs in the AL East, but, as Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe points out, the more than $50 million that remains...Show More Summary

Complete Los Angeles Dodgers 2015 Spring Training Preview

It's been quite an offseason for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are set to kick off spring training when pitchers and catchers report to Camelback Ranch on Feb. 19. Not only was there a change of leadership at the top with a revamped front...Show More Summary

Why I'm glad the Dodgers may be blacked out again this season

My colleagues Bill Plaschke, Bill Shaikin and Meg James are reporting that for the second year in a row, Los Angeles Dodger games may be blacked out for TV viewers in Southern California, except for subscribers to Time Warner Cable....

Breaking Down MLB's Next Golden Era of Left-Handed Pitching Prospects

2014 was a good year to be a left-handed pitcher. Clayton Kershaw is proof of that, as the Los Angeles Dodgers ace captured both the Cy Young Award and Most Valuable Player Award in the National League while leading the major leagues...Show More Summary

Magic Johnson Discusses NFL's Potential Return to Los Angeles

Longtime Los Angeles Lakers superstar Magic Johnson, who's currently part of the Los Angeles Dodgers' ownership group, would be interested in helping bring the NFL back to the city. Jarrett Bell of USA Today reports Johnson, who also...Show More Summary

The Los Angeles Dodgers' Top Hitting Prospects and Their MLB Comparisons

There is no general consensus on exactly what the top 10 of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ farm system should look like. Four of the main outlets—Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus, ESPN and—have their own methodology and theirShow More Summary

Zack Greinke's Opt-Out Clause Is an Enviable Position of Power

Zack Greinke owns an arsenal that includes a pinpoint-accurate fastball, a bottomless slider and a deceptive changeup. And heading into spring training, he is wielding a new weapon: opt-out power. The Los Angeles Dodgers’ co-ace is the beneficiary of an opt-out clause in his six-year, $147 million contract that he can exercise after this season. Show More Summary

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ 5 Most Important Players for 2015 Success

With spring training just around the corner, the time has finally come to start seriously preparing for the upcoming baseball season. The Los Angeles Dodgers enter 2015 with sky-high expectations, as the team won 94 games last year and...Show More Summary

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