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  • Numbers only part of equation for new Dodgers boss Andrew Friedman

    Numbers only part of equation for new Dodgers boss Andrew Friedman
    The first thing you notice about the Dodgers' new sabermetric savior is not a scribbled spreadsheet, but a square jaw. On a sunny morning at Camelback Ranch, that jaw is bulging with sunflower seeds, this forward thinker doing some old-fashioned...
  • Andre Ethier is hoping for a starting job in Dodgers' crowded outfield

    Andre Ethier is hoping for a starting job in Dodgers' crowded outfield
    Andre Ethier reported to spring training hopeful that he would have an opportunity to claim a starting position in the Dodgers' crowded outfield. "I would hope so and think so," Ethier said. "With me still being here, I have to assume that they're at...
  • Dodgers' Dustin McGowan knows how Kenley Jansen feels

    Dodgers' Dustin McGowan knows how Kenley Jansen feels
    Watching closer Kenley Jansen move across the Dodgers clubhouse on crutches, Dustin McGowan shook his head. "It happens to everybody," McGowan said. "It happened a lot to me." McGowan, a 32-year-old right-handed reliever who signed a one-year contract...
  • Just how bad will the 2015 Phillies be?

    Just how bad will the 2015 Phillies be?
    The Phillies have turned in two straight 73-win seasons and the only thing as low as fan and media expectations for the team this year is the mercury in thermometers the last couple weeks. The front office has admitted the team is in a rebuilding mode,...
  • Phillies' Utley comes to spring training with sore ankle

    Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Chase Utley has started spring training with a sore right ankle and a sunny disposition on the outlook of his rebuilding team. Utley, entering his 13th year with the Phillies, sprained his ankle last month while doing...
  • 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...
  • Dodgers start spring training with a void at closer

    Dodgers start spring training with a void at closer
    With pitchers and catchers reporting Thursday to spring training, the Dodgers already are facing something of a crisis. Closer Kenley Jansen underwent foot surgery Tuesday and is expected to be sidelined for the first month of the regular season....
  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig in line for MVP seasons, says Mark McGwire

    Dodgers' Yasiel Puig in line for MVP seasons, says Mark McGwire
    Yasiel Puig tied for 37th in the National League with 16 home runs last season. He tied for 33rd with 69 runs batted in. On the day the Dodgers were eliminated from the playoffs, he spent most of the game on the bench. The up-and-down season prompted...
  • Six questions the Dodgers hope to answer this spring

    Six questions the Dodgers hope to answer this spring
    Four days before pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to camp, and here are six questions the Dodgers hope to answer this spring. Why six? Why not? Most of the tough questions about this year’s Dodgers won’t be answered until the...
  • Arrogance and greed are keeping Dodgers fans in a TV blackout

    Arrogance and greed are keeping Dodgers fans in a TV blackout
    The latest news about the Dodgers television deal is tough to break, and difficult to grasp, so we'll put it in words that all Dodgers fans can understand: It's like Clayton Kershaw. In October. In the seventh inning. Against the St. Louis Cardinals....
  • Get this: Padres are the team to beat

    Get this: Padres are the team to beat
    Sorry to mess with your WPA+ and Rtot ratings, and whatever else you hold dear to your little sabermetric hearts this week, but the Padres are now the team to reckon with in the National League West. That’s right, the hard-to-watch Padres, the...