Found February 24, 2012 on
What a mess. What a complete mess. It’s orchestrated by Frank McCourt, so the shock factor is nil, but still.
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So, Andre Ethier is in camp and he made sure everyone knows it.He gave, what Tony Jackson of ESPN LA called a "cautiously contentious" interview, to reporters at Dodgers' camp today.This segment from Jackson's blog post really stood out:"Ethier eventually got around to saying he feels fine now, but not before responding to a friendly greeting of, 'Did...
Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre and a group attempted to purchase the Los Angeles Dodgers have withdrawn their bid.
Torre is part of a group spearheaded by Los Angeles real estate tycoon Rick Caruso.
In a letter to Major League Baseball, they cited Dodgers owner Frank McCourt's refusal to include the stadium parking lots in the sale as the reason for pulling out...
So it's Friday and as most of your workdays come to a close that means life is good. To kick this weekend off here at Dodgers Rumors, I got some links from around the web, some rumors, and an intriguing waiver claim to dive into.
Kenny Shulsen takes a look into his crystal ball as he examines the what lies ahead for the Dodgers in 2012. Love this guy and the whole crew over...
Reliever Matt Guerrier said he tried too hard last year to prove his worth to the Dodgers
Clayton Kershaw's delayed bullpen session went off without a twinge on Friday.
Dodgers Jerry Sands substitute teaches in offseason.
Substitute outfielder no longer needs to be a substitute teacher.Reporting from Phoenix — Jerry Sands was awakened at 4:30 a.m. on Thursday by a phone call.
Outfielder Andre Ethier checked into Dodgers Spring Training camp Saturday, ready to work on his free-agent season, if not talk about it.
Matt Kemp said he was pleased to hear Ryan Braun was successful in appealing his positive drug test from last year.
Third baseman Juan Uribe checked into Dodgers camp Saturday speaking of wounded pride from the 2011 season and looking to bounce back in 2012.
Joe Torre and real estate developer Rick Caruso have withdrawn their joint bid to purchase the Los Angeles Dodgers, The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.