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  • A.J. Ellis, now sharing catcher role, is focused on World Series

    A.J. Ellis, now sharing catcher role, is focused on World Series
    A.J. Ellis laughed when asked about the Dodgers trading for another catcher in the off-season.
  • A tranquil spring could prove very good thing for Dodgers

    A tranquil spring could prove very good thing for Dodgers
    Crickets. Spring training starts, and we get crickets. Which is fine, which actually, might be pretty good. The Dodgers are two days into their very new training camp and all is calm. Quiet as a desert night. No surprises, nothing newsy, nothing to...

    As Dodgers open spring training, Clayton Kershaw ready to get back to work

    As Dodgers open spring training, Clayton Kershaw ready to get back to work
    Clayton Kershaw walked into to the Dodgers' spring-training complex Thursday, knowing this was only the start. There will be more than six weeks of camp, which will be followed by a 162-game season played over six months. Then, maybe, just maybe, he...

    Clayton Kershaw reports to camp, talks about Dodgers catchers

    Clayton Kershaw reports to camp, talks about Dodgers catchers
    Clayton Kershaw wouldn’t say if he wanted A.J. Ellis to be his personal catcher. He wouldn’t say he didn’t want him to be, either. The decision is Manager Don Mattingly’s, Kershaw said. “I don’t know,”...

    Anticipating the Dodgers' spring training like never before

    Anticipating the Dodgers' spring training like never before
    Come on, come one, come on. Can we do this already? This waiting has been a killer. Spring training should have started last week, or maybe last month. It’s supposed to be the same every year, but for some reason this spring’s start seemed...