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  • The Dodgers' great gamble of 2015 is counting on healthy rotation

    The Dodgers' great gamble of 2015 is counting on healthy rotation
    Easy now, handle with care. Let’s be careful out there this spring, particularly with that Dodgers’ starting rotation. Despite efforts, it’s proven impossible to throw accurately from the mound while in bubble wrap. What to do with...
  • 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...
  • Despite eye condition, prospect Julio Urias dazzles on the mound

    Despite eye condition, prospect Julio Urias dazzles on the mound
    Whether Julio Urias is pitching or seated in front of his locker, his left eye is always nearly closed. He can see from the eye, but it contains benign mass. The condition required three operations in childhood and produced a droopy eyelid. "That's...
  • 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...
  • Dodgers sign right-hander Dustin McGowan to one-year contract

    Dodgers sign right-hander Dustin McGowan to one-year contract
    Are frequently injured players the new market inefficiency? Two days after signing two-time Tommy John surgical patient Brandon Beachy, the Dodgers added three-time shoulder operation survivor Dustin McGowan to a one-year, major-league contract. To...
  • Yoan Moncada reportedly agrees to deal with Boston Red Sox

    Yoan Moncada reportedly agrees to deal with Boston Red Sox
    It appears the Boston Red Sox have won the Yoan Moncada sweepstakes. According to MLB.com, the prized Cuban infielder has agreed to a new deal with the Red Sox worth $31.5 million. The agreement is pending a physical. Nearly all of the payout will...
  • New baseball rules should speed up games

    New baseball rules should speed up games
    No longer will baseball fans be subject to a batter stepping out of the box, adjusting his batting gloves, taking a practice swing, spitting a couple times — and then repeating the entire routine between each pitch. Major League Baseball announced...
  • 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,”...
  • 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...
  • 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...