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In 2011, the Dodgers scored 644 runs, ninth in the National League. The offense was powered, of course, by Matt Kemp, who just missed the batting Triple Crown. The next most significant offensive contributions after Kemp came from veteran infielder Jamey Carroll, a somewhat-injured Andre Ethier, ...
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This is a complete list of every transaction under the Ned Colletti era through December 15, 2011. I will state the facts, provide the data, and let you be the judge. This is the most complete and accurate list of major transactions, including signings, releases, trades, and notable draft picks on the web. Feedback and comments are always welcome, as well as suggestions for...
While just abouteveryone else is crucifying Ryan Braun over his positive test forprohibited drugs, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp the man who wouldotherwise have a legitimate claim to Brauns MVP title advised critics towithhold judgment.
Braun, a MilwaukeeBrewers outfielder, faces a 50-game suspension if his appeal of his positivetest fails. He has called the result...
Creditors of the Los Angeles Dodgers are joining the team in urging a federal district judge not to halt implementation of a bankruptcy court order authorizing the Dodgers to begin a process for selling television rights to future games.
In a filing Wednesday, the committee said there's no guarantee that a sale of the team without the TV rights will result in Dodgers creditors...
Dude is like ******* Neo with the media now.
Video is from Miller Park Drunk.
The Dodgers have signed 36-year old lefty reliever Alberto Castillo to a minor league deal. Castillo pitched in 17 games (0 starts) for the Diamondbacks last year and he was 1-0 with a 2.31 ERA and a 1.46 WHIP. He has now pitched in 79 games (0 starts) in his first four years in the majors and he is 3-0 with a 4.33 ERA and a 1.53 WHIP. Castillo will have a really good shot of...
The Dodgers have signed 26-year old righty reliever Jose Ascanio to a minor league deal. He pitched in 8 games (0 starts) for the Pirates last year and he was 0-0 with a 7.11 ERA and a 1.90 WHIP. Ascanio has now pitched in 43 games (0 starts) in his first four years in the minors and he is 1-3 with a 5.28 ERA and a 1.70 WHIP. He will get a shot to win a job in the bullpen next spring.
Well, we all know that there ain't much more happening in Colletti-land for the rest of this off-season (cries). But at least we can keep up with some former Dodgers and where they're headed!
The Arizona Diamondbacks signed 41-year-old Takashi Saito for one year, $1.75M. So I guess we'll see Sammy around Chavez Ravine a bit more in 2012 (relative to when he played...
More travel pictures. This one in Maui, Hawaii with someone sporting the old Dodgers minor league affiliate The Las Vegas 51's (now with the Toronto Blue Jays) on their sunshade. Baseball in Hawaii! Go Blue!
DOVER, DEL. (AP) - Attorneys for Fox Sports are appealing a Delaware bankruptcy judge's order approving a process for the Los Angeles Dodgers to sell media rights to future games.Fox Sports is asking a federal district court judge in Delaware to immediately halt the implementation of the bankruptcy judge's order ...
A bankruptcy judge on Thursday blasted Fox Sports for claiming that the Los Angeles Dodgers' plan to sell media rights to future games is intended to enrich team owner Frank McCourt after Fox negotiated a failed deal that would have left McCourt with hundreds of millions of dollars.
Mrs. Dusty and I were once again feeling festive, noggy, and non-Grinchy, so we revived our tradition of having a Dodgers tree to celebrate the season. I'm fairly certain Prince Fielder won't fit under this tree, but there's always room for some LHWGs under there and hope for some MSBs in our stockings.
A federal judge in Delaware is set to hear arguments over Fox Sports' request for an emergency halt to a bankruptcy court order allowing the Los Angeles Dodgers to sell the media rights to future games.
Should Ryan Braun surrender his NL MVP award to Matt Kemp in light of the report that the Milwaukee Brewers star flunked a drug test? It's a debate that has seen more than its fair share of opining. Eight of 10 Braun voters told Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times they'd switch their vote if given the chance. Legendary scribe Hal McCoy said he wanted his ballot back. Even Kemp...