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The Chargers continue to get roasted for their logo, this time by the Kings

The Internet hasn’t stopped trolling the Los Angeles Chargers for a logo that looks an awful lot like what the Dodgers use, and that (...)

Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts on Chargers' move: 'As a fan and a San Diego native, it's disappointing'

Live updates: Will anyone care about the Chargers in L.A.? Jan. 12, 2017, 11:17 a.m. The Chargers are leaving San Diego for Los Angeles, owner Dean Spanos announced in a letter posted on the team's website. Jan. 12, 2017, 11:12 a.m. Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts on Chargers' move: 'As a fan and...

The Chargers' new logo is basically just a rip-off of the Dodgers logo

The San Diego Chargers are no more. They’re now officially the Los Angeles Chargers. Let’s take a look. Here’s the old (...)

Justin Turner: I had offers from others, but not from Angels

Justin Turner wanted to return to the Dodgers, and the Dodgers wanted him back. But Turner said he considered offers from “a few” other teams before signing a four-year, $64-million contract with the Dodgers. “It’s obviously flattering to be wanted,” Turner said Wednesday at Dodger Stadium. “At...

Translating Latest On Dodgers Second Base Situation

I'm close to exasperated, but I'm not there yet. Because not only do I believe that Brian Dozier may well be in Los Angeles for a welcome-home press conference before the month is out, I'm convinced an alternative is out there. More than one, actually.

Push to rename Los Angeles freeway after Vin Scully

A California lawmaker wants to name a section of a Los Angeles freeway in honor of Vin Scully, the legendary broadcaster who retired last year after calling Dodgers games for … Click to Continue »

Predicting Los Angeles Dodgers Depth Charts a Month Ahead of Spring Training

As of this writing, the Los Angeles Dodgers have a glaring hole at second base. Hence the persistent trade rumors surrounding the Minnesota Twins' Brian Dozier. Whether the Dodgers acquire Dozier or someone else, the odds are good they'll...Show More Summary

The 110 Freeway may be renamed Vin Scully Highway

A two mile stretch near Dodger Stadium might be named after the sportscaster On April 3, the Los Angeles Dodgers will kick off their 2017 season down one key piece of personnel. Legendary sportscaster Vin Scully will be absent from the...Show More Summary

Can Dodgers Get A Second Baseman Without Trading Jose De Leon?

What if the Dodgers could fill their hole at second base without trading Jose De Leon? And as long as the Twins are playing hardball with Brian Dozier --not that you can blame them -- shouldn't Los Angeles do the same? This is baseball, sure, but it's poker too. Jose De [...]

Los Angeles Dodgers' Top Free-Agent, Trade Targets Post New Year

The Los Angeles Dodgers have spent the offseason getting the band back together, re-signing closer Kenley Jansen, left-hander Rich Hill and third baseman Justin Turner. There's nothing wrong with that. The trio were key contributorsShow More Summary

A Coastal Commission upgrade, the Dodgers on TV, a green light for Angels Flight and other hopes for 2017

Something you might not have guessed about me is that I’m a sucker for a good musical, but don’t tell anybody. It’s a little embarrassing. So I went to see “La La Land,” and liked it so much that I might leap out of my car in traffic jams from now on and start dancing like they do in the opening...

Featured autograph - Kenta Maeda

I picked up a certified autograph card of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher - since he ended up as another scratch the itch guy whose autograph I haven't gotten a chance to get. The Japanese import made a seamless transition to the major leagues - as he struck out 179 hitters in 175 innings, while winning a team high 16 games for the Dodgers this past year.

4 Free Agents Set to Improve Their New MLB Clubs the Most in 2017

It makes sense, of course, that to improve a Major League Baseball club, a player could not have been on the team last season. So though the Los Angeles Dodgers' re-signings of Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner and Rich Hill were monumentally...Show More Summary

Justin Turner signs $64-million, four-year Dodgers contract

Justin Turner and the Los Angeles Dodgers have finalized their $64-million, four-year deal, with the third baseman signing the contract Friday.  Turner gets a $4-million signing bonus, payable Dec. 31, under the agreement, and salaries of $12 million next year, $11 million in 2018, $18 million...

Is Ryan Braun or Brian Dozier the Better Superstar Bat on Trade Market?

First it was Ryan Braun. Now it's Brian Dozier. It's hardly a surprise to see the Los Angeles Dodgers linked to a right-handed hitter with power, given the difficulties they had against left-handed pitching in 2016. They were the only...Show More Summary

Brian Dozier Could See His MLB Star Explode in Dodgers' Spotlight

It's a story as old as Hollywood itself: A talented performer from the Midwest packs his or her bags and heads to Southern California to seek stardom. If the Los Angeles Dodgers acquire Brian Dozier from the Minnesota Twins, that yarn...Show More Summary

Does Dodgers' Expensive Roster Have Enough Firepower to Take Down Cubs?

The Los Angeles Dodgers are going to be good in 2017. For fans of the franchise, this must be at once comforting and beside the point. The Dodgers being good has been a fact of life for the last four seasons. They've averaged 92 wins per year, captured four National League West titles and made two trips to the National League Championship Series. Show More Summary

Past MLB players Upset With Change in Hazing Policy: ‘World is Filled With Sensitive Snowflakes’

With the new CBA in place, MLB teams will no longer be able to haze rookies by forcing them to dress up as women or wear any women’s clothing whatsoever.   Oh, to be a rook! #WeLoveLA — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 11, 2016 “Those kind of things which in our view were […]

Justin Turner Re-Signs with Dodgers: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

Third baseman Justin Turner is reportedly re-signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers, per Jim Bowden of ESPN. Jon Heyman of Today's Knuckleball reported the two sides have agreed to a four-year, $64 million deal. Turner, 32, had a career year in 2016, hitting.275 with 27 home runs, 90 RBI and 79 runs scored. Show More Summary

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