To the Dodger fans who don’t own season tickets or occasionally attend single games, guess what? The L.A. Dodgers have posted a list of their 2017 mini plans with packages available from a 30-game plan, 20-game plan and a 10-game plan with the option of Tuesday/Saturday or Friday/Sunday games. 2017 Mini Plans! See them all […]
After much talk about the Dodgers being stuck in a huge debt pickle, there has also been many concerns in regards to not being able to afford a well-put team in the coming seasons. Guggenheim is entering their fifth season of ownership and since 2012 the Dodgers’ payroll sky rocketed. This week, MLB issued a mandate […]
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The Dodgers have been included in just about every trade rumor there is this off-season, but most of them will likely stay rumors. Why is that? Well, because a lot of these teams are after Cody Bellinger. Cocy Bellinger is the number 1 prospect in the Dodgers organization, and for good reason! The 21 year-old first […]
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Dodgers Credits: The Dodgers Debt: Mountain or Mole Hill?, Dodgers Birthday Edition: Vin Scully Appreciation Post, and More
If you are a Dodgers fan, then you celebrated Vin Scully’s 89th birthday in some way on Tuesday. The Dodgers legendary broadcaster aging like wine. On the other hand, the Dodgers front office is not holding the end of their deal with Major League Baseball. Which players will their lose because of their finances? Happy […]
The St. Louis Cardinals are interested in free-agent third baseman Justin Tuner, sources told MLB.com. There have been recent interest with the San Francisco Giants and of course, the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jon Morosi reports that if the Cardinals want to pursue Turner then they would have to take a two-step process. The Cardinals would […]
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Vin Scully, the Los Angeles Dodgers long time broadcaster, turned 89 years young on Tuesday, November 29th. Scully was apart of the Dodgers broadcast team for 67 seasons and wrapped up in 2016. From his call of Kirk Gibson’s memorable at-bat in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series , Clayton Kershaw’s no-hitter, and his […]
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