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Feelin' Kinda Blue:
O'Koyea Dickson and Joc Pederson were noticeably absent from the 2012 Great Lakes Loons' Opening Day roster, announced today by the team.The Dodgers' Low-A affiliate in the Midwest League -- a team that featured Zach Lee, Garrett Gould and Angel Sanchez in 2011 -- is not as pitching-rich as last season, but the offense looks better than the '11 squad.However, Dickson and Pederson -- both of whom were expected to begin in Midland -- were not included on the team's 25-man roster.Dickson, a 2011 12th-round pick, played with Ogden in the Pioneer League last season, which is typical. His next step would have been to Great Lakes. I'm really surprised he's not on the roster.Pederson began 2011 with the Loons because they lacked outfielders. He had a rough go at it, hitting .160/.288/.160 in 16 games with the team. He was, correctly, reassigned to Ogden and promptly mashed: .353/.429/.568.This means one of three things:One or both of them will begin with the...
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Its true, there is an odd, commercial, but hopefully still wonderful marriage of two Southern Californian icons about to transpire.
The Dodgers and the Beach Boys are attempting to merge 50-year anniversaries, complete with a mini-concert before the home opener, and naturally, co-branded merchandise.
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The Dodgers' High-A affiliate Rancho Cucamonga Quakes announced their 25-man roster on Monday. Unlike the Loons' roster, there were little surprises here.And also unlike the Loons' roster, the team is absolutely stacked with potential aces.I took a look at the Quakes' potential roster back in January. I hit on a lot, but I also missed on a few.It's a good thing...
The final spot on the roster for position players will come down to Justin Sellers, Josh Fields, or Luis Cruz. The last position spot on the Dodgers roster has come down to infielders Justin Sellers, Josh Fields and Luis Cruz. After hot starts for each, if you pick by what they’ve done lately offensively, “other”
Concerned with Chad Billingsley‘s spring? Me too. Cutting a potential ~4.5 WAR pitcher for a rookie in Nate Eovaldi with six strikeouts and four walks? Sheer genius
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Chris Young hit his fourth homer of the spring and Daniel Hudson allowed one hit in five innings to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks past the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-2 on Sunday.
Ryan Budde also homered off Dodgers starter Chad Billingsley, a two-run shot. John McDonald added a solo drive and scored twice for the Diamondbacks. Justin Upton tripled and drove in...
The Dodgers were held to one run on one hit through 8 innings. Chad Billingsley struggled. Not great timing as opening day looms.
Magic Johnson on WhoSay Magic Johnson, as member of a group that will presumably own the Los Angeles Dodgers barring any unforeseen complications, has been receiving a bevy of well wishes from friends, colleagues and the like. According to the above photo that was uploaded to Magic’s WhoSay page, many of those congratulatory messages came [...]
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