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92-70, 1st in NL West

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Age didn't impact Adrian Gonzalez in 2015

Some argued his 33 years hindered him against the Mets' starters in the postseason. But remember New York overpowered the young Cubs, too. In short, Gonzalez played just as he usually does, which puts him on this list. Top 10 first basemen

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Where will Johnny Cueto end up signing?

Johnny Cueto reportedly turned down a six-year, $120 million contract offer. So what would it take to sign him and who's going to step to the plate?

Jerry Crasnick MLB Sr. Writer 

Zack Greinke's free agent talks are quietly picking up steam, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. The Dodgers and Giants are the principal suitors for Greinke, and it's believed that both teams would like some clarity in the event they lose out in the bidding and have to go in a different direction.

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Kendrick remains solid if not flashy

Howie Kendrick's consistently solid play rates him eighth-best in the majors at his position, according to Buster Olney. We'll see how much the Dodgers want to keep the 32-year-old free agent following one season. Top 10 second basemen (Insider)

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Happy Birthday, Vin Scully!

The legendary Dodgers broadcaster turns 88 years young today. Scully called the Dodgers first game in Los Angeles at the Coliseum on April 18, 1958.

Reports: MLB to investigate Puig incident

Major League Baseball will investigate an alleged incident of domestic violence by Dodgers OF Yasiel Puig, the Los Angeles Times reports. Puig got into an argument with his sister and shoved her at a Miami bar Wednesday night, according to TMZ. Puig then engaged in a fight with a bouncer that left both of them with minor injuries, police tell AP. Police say neither party wanted to press charges. Story

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Jason Heyward may entice the Dodgers

Heyward fits the two criteria the Dodgers are looking to emphasize: defense and getting younger. If L.A. trades Yasiel Puig this offseason, the need for another outfielder would be there as well. Heyward's potential landing spots

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Roberts makes 5 of a kind in dugouts

With the recent hiring of Dave Roberts, the Dodgers join the Brewers, Tigers, Rays and Padres with managers who played in the majors within the past 10 years on Opening Day. MLB notes (Insider)

Dodgers could be on the way down

The Dodgers have a strong plan of getting younger and less expensive, writes Jim Bowden, and are committed to a strong young core. But to remain contenders, they'll need to re-sign Zack Grienke or find a comparable replacement. MLB status check (Insider)

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Los Angeles' other great pitcher

Clayton Kershaw gets all the attention on the Dodgers, but Kenley Jansen is a top arm as well. The closer has followed in the footsteps of Mariano Rivera by dominating with one pitch -- his cut fastball. Olney: Top 10 relievers (Insider)

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Five potential trade spots for Yasiel Puig

ESPN's David Schoenfield lists five teams that could put together a package enticing enough for the Dodgers to trade the mercurial outfielder. Proposals

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Top 10 starting pitchers in MLB

Buster Olney's list of the top 10 starting pitchers in MLB starts with Clayton Kershaw at the top, but No. 2 might be a surprise. Top 5 all in the NL (Insider)

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Two front-runners for Darren O'Day?

The Nationals and the Dodgers are in the lead for the coveted free-agent reliever's services, sources tell's Jerry Crasnick. O'Day is believed to be seeking a four-year deal. MLB rumors roundup

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Dodgers' focus shifting to Greinke?

With a new manager in tow, Los Angeles' top priority looks as if it will be re-signing Zack Greinke. However, the NL West rival Giants are reportedly in the hunt for the ace as well. MLB rumors roundup

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Does Puig for Carrasco make sense?

The Dodgers need starters like Carlos Carrasco, while the Indians could desperately use both an outfielder and a middle-of-the-order bat like Yasiel Puig. That's why Jim Bowden would like to see this trade happen. Four others (Insider)

What does Roberts' hiring mean for Puig? (0:31)
Sources: Dodgers tab Dave Roberts as next manager (1:42)

Dodgers to name Roberts manager

Dave Roberts is expected to be named the next Los Angeles manager, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick and multiple reports (first reported by the Los Angeles Times). Roberts was most recently the bench coach for the Padres, and played for the Dodgers from 2002-04.

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Roberts to be Dodgers' first minority manager

The Dodgers have named Dave Roberts, former player and Padres bench coach, as their new manager, making him the first minority skipper in franchise history.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25019th
On Base Percentage.3264th
Slugging Percentage.41310th
Earned Run Average3.445th
Quality Starts954th

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