1. Anderson (back) Expects to Begin Throwing off a Mound Next Week in Arizona

    Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson, whose 2014 season ended prematurely because of a bulging disk in his back, provided a brief progress report on a conference call with reporters Wednesday...

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  2. Dodgers Land Key Development Piece in Clayton McCullough

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  3. The Dodgers' TV Situation Is Likely to Be Unchanged for the 2015 Season

    All last season, the only way you could see Dodgers games in the Los Angels market is if you were a Time-Warner subscriber, because that's the only cable carrier in the area that carried SportsNet, the Dodgers TV network...

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  4. Top Offseason Options for the Los Angeles Dodgers to Finish off Winter Plans

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have nearly filled their roster. Their depth chart is balanced and complete , with multiple quality options at many positions...

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  5. Have Dodgers Focused on Playoffs at Expense of Regular Season?

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  6. ESPN the Magazine Music Issue: Adrian Gonzalez

    Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez discusses Mariachi music and how his Mexican roots play a role in baseball...

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  7. Clayton Kershaw Contract Looks Good After Max Scherzer's Deal

    How's that Clayton Kershaw contract looking now? You know, the record seven-year deal for $220 million he signed a year ago...

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  8. Predictions for Dodgers Newcomers in 2015

    The Los Angeles Dodgers revamped their roster this offseason with a flurry of moves during the winter meetings, trading away several popular players in an effort to improve the team's defense and chemistry...

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  9. Report: Dodgers Working to Add Late-Inning Reliever

    The Los Angeles Dodgers fielded one of the least effective bullpens in baseball last season, and the club's reconstituted front office is reportedly working to add a late-inning reliever ...

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  10. Are You Ready to Go Without the Dodgers on TV Again Next Season?

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  11. Should Dodgers Lock Up Zack Greinke Now to Eliminate Opt-out Risk?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers , owners of baseball's biggest payroll, haven't thrown their financial weight around this offseason...

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  12. Dodgers Sign Erik Bedard to a Minor League Deal

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  13. Why All the Worry About the Dodgers Bullpen?

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  14. Dodgers Strike Deals with Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner, Juan Nicasio

    The Dodgers won't have any salary arbitration hearings again this year after agreeing to one-year contracts with closer Kenley Jansen, infielder Justin Turner and right-hander Juan Nicasio...

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  15. Dodgers Avoid Arbitration with Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner

    The Dodgers have avoided arbitration with closer Kenley Jansen and third baseman Justin Turner prior to Friday's deadline, reports the Los Angeles Times. Jansen agreed to a $7.425 million salary for 2015, while Turner settled for $2...

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  16. Dodgers, Kenley Jansen Avoid Arbitration

    The Dodgers and Kenley Jansen have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $7.425MM deal, tweets Dylan Hernandez of the L.A. Times. That sum falls shy of the projection of MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz, whose model estimated a salary of $8...

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  17. Padres Get 2016 All-Star Game; Dodgers on Deck?

    The San Diego Padres , not the Dodgers , were awarded the 2016 All-Star game on Thursday. However, the Dodgers are increasingly optimistic that the long wait to return the All-Star game to Dodger Stadium is nearing an end...

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  18. Do Dodgers Have Checkbook Ready for Latest Hot Cuban Prospect?

    Despite that early off-season talk of the Dodgers wanting to bring their payroll down under $200 million in 2015, now it looks like they'll shatter the record $240 million they spent last season...

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  19. Don Mattingly on Splitting Time Between Yasmani Grandal, A.J. Ellis

    LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said on Wednesday that he hasn't yet decided how to divvy up the playing time behind the plate, with newcomer Yasmani Grandal likely to take the bulk of playing time from incumbent A...

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  20. Don Mattingly Says Dodgers Center-Field Job Is Open for Competition

    Don Mattingly declared the Dodgers ' center-field job an open competition for spring training Wednesday. Barring injuries, it might be the only position competition in camp...

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  21. How the Los Angeles Dodgers Have Left Themselves Exposed Entering 2015

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have won 92 and 94 games the past two seasons, as well as the National League West both times, and are once again considered by many (if not most) to be the favorites in that division in 2015...

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  22. GM: Dodgers to 'Be Players' for Cuban Star Moncada

    LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi on Wednesday confirmed the club is very interested in Cuban free-agent infielder Yoan Moncada...

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  23. Farhan Zaidi Confirms Dodgers' Interest in Yoan Moncada

    LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi confirmed the club's interest in amateur Cuban free agent infielder Yoan Moncada on Wednesday in an interview with MLB Network Radio...

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  24. Don Mattingly: 'If You're Not Using Analytics...You're a Fool'

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  25. Kenley Jansen, 3 Other Dodgers File for Salary Arbitration

    LOS ANGELES -- Kenley Jansen filed for salary arbitration on Tuesday, one of four Dodgers to do so, joining infielder Justin Turner, pitcher Juan Nicasio and outfielder Chris Heisey...

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