Dodgers: League Announces Starting Dates for all Minor League Seasons

In another sign of a return to normalcy, Major League Baseball officially announced that there will in fact be a minor league season in 2021. The news was announced early Thursday morning, as The Athletic’s Lindsey Adler shared a press release by the league. There will be minor league seasons. pic.twitter.com/qnWF7AbwTR — Lindsey Adler (@lindseyadler) … Read more

Dodgers: 4 Prospects Featured in Keith Law’s Top 100 Rankings

The start of a new baseball season brings with it a number of novelties, and few are more exciting than fresh prospect rankings. The Dodgers have held onto one of baseball’s best farm systems in recent years, even with plenty of those prospects graduating to the major league squad throughout the past decade.  Many of … Read more

Dodgers: MLB Announces Upcoming Changes for 2021 Draft

Few teams in baseball have had as much success drafting players as the Los Angeles Dodgers. The perennial contenders have enjoyed an 8-year streak of playoff teams, largely due to a healthy dose of home-grown talent leading the way. From Clayton Kershaw to Corey Seager, the Dodgers’ biggest stars were raised in-house, Mookie Betts being … Read more

LA Roundup: Why Dodgers Need to Be Wary of Signing Trevor Bauer, Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma Showing Growth, and More!

Welcome to another roundup, where we gather all of LA sports’ biggest stories of the day! The Dodgers are sitting pretty after finally breaking their title drought last season, but they are always looking for ways to improve. One of this offseason’s top free agents is the notorious Trevor Bauer, the former Red’s starting pitcher … Read more

LA Roundup: Dodgers’ Smith and Ruiz Tabbed as Future Stars, Lakers’ Talen Horton-Tucker Making an Impression, and More!

Welcome to another roundup, where we gather all of LA sports’ biggest stories of the day! The Dodgers have been a powerhouse in player development over the past few seasons, and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. In a recent ranking by Bleacher Report, catchers Will Smith and Keibert Ruiz are both … Read more

Dodgers News: Lebron James Teams with LA to Offer Major Help with Voting in November

With the presidential election just around the corner, registered voters in Los Angeles County ought to know where voting centers are located. Well, as of Thursday, there’s a poll site that hardly needs any direction. News at ESPN: LeBron James and the Los Angeles Dodgers have teamed up to turn Dodger Stadium into a polling … Read more

LA Roundup: Mookie Betts Signs Record Deal with Dodgers, Zack McKinstry on the Verge of Making Impact on Big League Team, and More!

Welcome to another roundup, where we gather all of LA sports’ biggest stories of the day! Well, we certainly didn’t see that coming. With absolutely no warning and only a few hours allowed for speculation, the Dodgers pulled off one of the biggest moves in franchise history. The team made official what fans had been … Read more

LA Roundup: Yasiel Puig Tests Positive and Announces He Will Not Sign with Braves, Dwight Howard Receives Warning Thanks to Tip Line, LA Galaxy and LAFC Set to Face Off, and More!

Welcome to another roundup, where we gather all of LA sports’ biggest stories of the day! Today took an unfortunate turn for our old friend Yasiel Puig, as he revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and would not be signing with the Braves as previously announced. The one time Dodger was looking forward … Read more

Dodgers: 3 Biggest Series to Watch For During 2020 Season

Monday brought us one step closer to baseball, as MLB announced the finalized regular-season schedules for all 30 teams. The Dodgers will be facing a heavy onslaught of divisional games, but they will also see the AL West throughout the shortened season. THE RACE IS ON. pic.twitter.com/YzvkdK76Uj — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) July 6, 2020 … Read more

Dodgers: The Team is Reportedly Testing Out Fake Noise at their Home Stadium

Baseball is officially back, Dodgers fans, but not without some changes. The 2020 season will look much different this time around, with perhaps the biggest change being the lack of an audience. Sports are heavily reliant on fan interactions, and for good reason. The roar of a stadium on a walk-off home run, the incessant … Read more

Ad Blocker Detected!

Refresh