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ADRIAN GONZALEZ RUMORS

Pain-free A-Gon eagerly anticipating Classic

Adrian Gonzalez told MLB.com that his right elbow is now free of pain early Thursday morning before the team worked out on the backfields of Camelback Ranch. That assessment was corroborated shortly thereafter by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts.
Via Dodgers.com
1 day ago

Dodgers 25-Man Roster: Who’s Backing Up First Base?

One of several highlights during Tuesday’s annual Cactus League media day occurred when GM Farhan Zaidi suggested that the Dodgers intend to find more days off for first baseman Adrian Gonzalez over the course of the regular season. Recently, Gonzalez has been suffering from a minor injury in his right elbow which was eventually diagnosed as a mild form of tendinitis. Gonzo initially...
Via ThinkBluePC
1 day ago

Adrian Gonzalez, Chase Utley and some thoughts on the Dodgers’ 1B situation

Adrian Gonzalez is the modern day Ironman. Since 2006, no player has appeared in more games than Gonzalez — 1,745. Robinson Cano is second at 1,716. But with a sore elbow just a couple days into spring training, there is some doubt surrounding how many games he might play. A separate conversation is how many …
Via Dodgers Digest
2 days ago

The top 10 MLB third basemen heading into spring training

In today’s game, the hot corner may be the best collection of talent at one spot available. It has produced an MVP in each league over the past two seasons, as well as arguably the best infield defender in the game and a back-to-back homerun champion. And although the position loses an All-Star from a year ago in Matt Carpenter, who will move across the diamond to man first base...
Via Yardbarker
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Zaidi: Gonzalez to get strategic rest in 2017

General manager Farhan Zaidi repeated manager Dave Roberts' desire to find more days off for first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, who earlier in the day said he will learn in the first week of March whether he will be cleared to begin hitting. Gonzalez has been shut down with right elbow tendinitis.
Via Dodgers.com
2 days ago

Adrian Gonzalez ‘Pain Free,’ Expects To Play For Mexico In WBC

Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez reported for Spring Training last week not quite healthy, as he was suffering...
Via Dodger Blue
3 days ago

Adrian Gonzalez out two weeks with tennis elbow

Adrian Gonzalez’s spring training is not getting off to the start he was hoping for.The Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman has been out 10 days with inflammation in his right elbow. Now he won’t swing for another two weeks as he tries to let the elbow heal. Gonzalez says he has tennis elbow.The LA Times says Gonzalez is expected to be ready for opening day for the Dodgers, but...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers' Gonzalez takes hitting break to heal tennis elbow

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) Adrian Gonzalez is taking a two-week break from hitting to heal tendinitis in the Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman's right elbow. Gonzalez still hopes to play for Mexico in the World Baseball Classic next month, he said Friday after reporting to camp. Gonzalez said he pursued his usual varied offseason workout program, including weightlifting and boxing...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 10 MLB first basemen for 2017

There are few positions that are both more fun – while simultaneously difficult – to breakdown than first base. It is annually the home many of the most impressive hitters in the game, and limiting that assessment to simply a top 10 ensures there will be some impact players left on the outside. But is also guarantees an all-out fight to make it to the top. This year’s list...
Via Yardbarker
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Gonzalez on pic of controversial call: ‘Somehow this is an out’

Adrian Gonzalez feels his Los Angeles Dodgers were cheated out of much more than just a run Wednesday night, and he took to Twitter after the game to express his frustrations. Gonzalez was trying to score on a two-out single in the second inning of Game 4 of the NLCS, but he was called out at home plate. Replays appeared to show that he beat the tag, but the call was upheld by Major...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 20, 2016  |  Discuss
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