The Miami Marlins do so many things wrong that it's easy to start believing they do everything wrong. It's just not true. Look at Dee Gordon. The Marlins made a great deal last December to get him from the Los Angeles Dodgers. If all...Show More Summary
Opting out didn't surprise anybody. Not the Los Angeles Dodgers decision-makers, not the team's fans, not the media that covers the organization and entire industry, not the man’s teammates, and not rival teams. No one was stunned when ace Zack Greinke left $71 million and three years in his wake by opting out of his deal with the Dodgers. Show More Summary
Dave Roberts will be the Los Angeles Dodgers’ first minority manager.
Dave Roberts is a good hire, but won't fix the Dodgers' REAL issues. Read on for more!
The Los Angeles Dodgers appointed longshot Dave Roberts as their new manager on Monday, a month after the club had mutually agreed to part ways with the previous skipper, Don Mattingly.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have hired Dave Roberts to replace Don Mattingly as the teams’ manager. Roberts, who is 43, spent three of his 10 big-league seasons playing for the Dodgers. Dave Roberts is the first minority manager in Dodgers history (his mother is Japanese and his father is African-American). Show More Summary
After a lengthy search, the Dodgers are expected to name Dave Roberts as their new manager, the 10th manager the Dodgers have had since moving to Los Angeles. Can you name the other nine in five minutes? Take our quiz below.
A person familiar with the decision has told The Associated Press that the Los Angeles Dodgers will hire Dave Roberts as their manager.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have found their next manager. Dylan Hernandez, Bill Plaschke and Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reported the franchise is expected to name Dave Roberts its new manager Monday, “according to multiple people...Show More Summary
It's been thought that the Los Angeles Dodgers clubhouse is full of egos running amok, full of tension between players that has prevented the team from achieving greater success on the field. Three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw has rarely been associated with such alleged dissension. Show More Summary
The National League has three strong contenders for this year’s Cy Young award.Los Angeles Dodgers ace Zack Greinke posted an ERA of 1.66 ERA, becoming one of eight pitchers to meet that mark or better while qualifying for the ERA title since 1961. Show More Summary
Attempting to replace top MLB free agents like Zack Greinke and David Price is not an enviable task. For teams like the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Toronto Blue Jays, doing just that is on the docket this winter. What follows are predictions...Show More Summary
Coming off his most productive season in years, Brett Anderson has decided to stick with the Los Angeles Dodgers. According to ESPN's Buster Olney, Anderson has accepted the Dodgers' qualifying offer. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports confirmed...Show More Summary
Houston outfielder Colby Rasmus, Baltimore catcher Matt Wieters and Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson have become the first three players to accept qualifying offers rather than remain free agents.
This is an incredible anthem for love of baseball, really for any team that is not the NY Yankees or the Los Angeles Dodgers. It's why we don't want Yankees fans at Mets games, they stink up the joint with their obsession about winning. We love the Mets win or lose. It's a game of philosophy not winning or losing.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the market for starting pitching, and word is they're willing to go big. They either want to re-sign Zack Greinke or, failing that, sign David Price instead. But here's a crazy notion: Why not both Greinke...Show More Summary
Less than three months after the Los Angeles Dodgers said that Vin Scully will be back for an astounding 67th season, the team has added a young gun to its announcing team. Fox Sports’ Joe Davis will call 50 road games for the boys in blue next season on their TV outlet SportsNet LA. Show More Summary
As we head into the final year of Vin Scully’s career in 2016, the Los Angeles Dodgers may have found the man that could be his replacement – Joe Davis, who currently works as an MLB, college football, and college basketball broadcaster with FS1. Show More Summary
The recent post on Yogi reminded me of an even earlier New York baseball player who seems to have influenced the charts. He wasn’t a Yankee, though — he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers (now the Los Angeles Dodgers). The baby name Howie debuted on the charts in 1943 — […] more
The majority of households in Los Angeles have not been able to watch the Dodgers on television for the last two seasons.Speaking Tuesday morning at the general managers meetings, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred acknowledged he was worried the blackout could extend into a third season.“My...