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92-70, 1st in NL West
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Corey Seager No. 1 prospect in 2016

Seager does everything at the plate and might even do it at shortstop before becoming an elite defender at third base. Lefty Julio Urias joins him in the top five, with five other Dodgers prospects filling out Nos. 51-100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

Dodgers have No. 2 farm system in 2016

If you say they bought this farm-system ranking, you'd be right. But that doesn't do justice to the successful draft picks in 2013 and 2014 that line their top 10 around the high-dollar international signings. Ranking all 30 farm systems (Insider)

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Is it finally Yasiel Puig's year?

Puig has all the tools to be a superstar, but the hype around him is starting to sound like a broken record. Will this be the year he gets his act together? Breakout hitters in 2016 (Insider)

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Why Dodgers won't win 2016 World Series

At this time last year, everyone feared Los Angeles. Now, the team hasn't found a comparable starter for Zack Greinke, hasn't boosted an offense that sputtered in the second half and has no clue what to do with Yasiel Puig. MLB rumors roundup

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Where will Dexter Fowler end up?

For Insider Tony Blengino, Fowler is the best free agent still on the board who turned down a qualifying offer. The Nationals, Dodgers, Cubs and Rangers are the most likely landing spots for the outfielder, according to Blengino. Unsigned qualifying-offer free agents (Insider)

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Yasiel Puig vs. Zack Greinke

Greinke versus all the Dodgers is intriguing, so why is this individual battle the best of all? They aren't exactly best buddies; Greinke's hit 14 batters the past three seasons and Puig is a known hothead. Hitter vs. pitcher matchups to watch

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Dodgers' Puig ready 'for new life in the majors'

A new-look Yasiel Puig is looking forward to the 2016 season under new Dodgers manager Dave Roberts and has a goal of playing all 162 regular-season games.

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How the Dodgers got creative with Maeda

Kenta Maeda was the first pitcher to land an eight-year deal since Mike Hampton, but the Dodgers did an outstanding job of protecting their investment: They are on the hook for just $25 million in guaranteed money. Creative contracts (Insider)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

I'm not so sure the Dodgers trade Andre Ethier. Yes, they have outfield depth but Ethier was productive last year and is a much better bet for 2016 than Carl Crawford while providing a hedge against Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig. Scott Van Slyke and Trayce Thompson, meanwhile, are more right-handed platoon bats than everyday players. It's a logjam but the solution may be just to eat Crawford's money.

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Dodgers make it official, sign 2B Kendrick

The Dodgers finalized their $20 million, two-year contract with free-agent Howie Kendrick on Thursday, bringing back the 2B in part because of his willingness to play multiple positions.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers officially announce the signing of 2B Howie Kendrick to a two-year deal. The 32-year old batted .295 with 54 RBIs over 117 games last season, his first with the Dodgers. He is a career .293 hitter over 10 seasons.

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Hernandez On Dodgers' Odd Offseason, More

Buster Olney chats with Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times about the Dodgers' strange offseason, how the loss of Zack Greinke impacts the rotation, Dave Roberts and much more.

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Strikeout mark in reach for four

While no active pitchers are likely to reach 3,000 strikeouts this year, a handful should get to 2,000. Justin Verlander (needs 57), Cole Hamels (78) and Zack Greinke (113) are all close, while Clayton Kershaw (254) will get there with another dominant season. Simon: Milestones to watch in 2016

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Puig could change the Dodgers' lineup

Beyond Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles has a lot of question marks among its position players. Yasiel Puig is the biggest one of them, and his success is paramount to the team, Buster Olney writes. Linchpin players for 2016 (Insider)

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L.A. willing to deal Andre Ethier?

The Dodgers have an abundance of outfielders, which is where the White Sox are looking to add to their team. Chicago is reportedly interested in Ethier, but what would need to happen for a trade to take place? MLB rumors roundup

Enrique Rojas ESPNdeportes 

Francisco Cordero I y II, David Ortiz I y II y Juan Uribe 1 y II en mini Derby HR #SerieCaribeESPN. "Little Papi" pegó 9 jonrones en 1ra ronda.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs66719th
Batting Average.25019th
On Base Percentage.3264th
Slugging Percentage.41310th
Earned Run Average3.445th
Quality Starts954th
WHIP1.183rd
BAA.2425th

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