Los Angeles Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers are an American professional baseball team based in Los Angeles, California. The Dodgers compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) West division. Established in 1883 in Brooklyn, New York, the team moved to Los Angeles before the 1958 season. They played for four seasons at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before moving to their current home of Dodger Stadium in 1962.
  • Manny Machado headed to Dodgers in 5-for-1 trade
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    Manny Machado headed to Dodgers in 5-for-1 trade

    The Baltimore Orioles traded All-Star infielder Manny Machado to the Los Angeles Dodgers in a 5-for-1 trade.

  • Dodgers' trade-deadline deals in the Andrew Friedman era
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    Dodgers' trade-deadline deals in the Andrew Friedman era

    July 30, 2015: As part of a three-team trade, the Dodgers send Zachary Bird, Hector Olivera and Paco Rodriguez to Atlanta and Victor Araujo, Jeff Brigham and Kevin Guzman to Miami in exchange for Bronson Arroyo, Luis Avilan, Jim Johnson, Mat Latos, Mike Morse, Jose Peraza and Alex Wood.

  • American League wins 2018 All-Star Game behind Astros extra-inning heroics
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    American League wins 2018 All-Star Game behind Astros extra-inning heroics

    The American League topped the National League 8-6 in a home run-filled MLB All-Star Game.

  • Dodgers seen as likely to land Manny Machado
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    Dodgers seen as likely to land Manny Machado

    It sounds like the Dodgers already have a deal in place, in fact

  • Manny Machado trade watch: Machado is going to the Dodgers
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    Manny Machado trade watch: Machado is going to the Dodgers

    The Orioles were expected to trade shortstop Manny Machado on Wednesday, but a deal with the Dodgers has reportedly hit a snag.

  • Six years later, Matt Kemp and Mike Trout intersect at the All-Star Game again
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    Six years later, Matt Kemp and Mike Trout intersect at the All-Star Game again

    WASHINGTON — Ask Matt Kemp for his recollections of the 2012 All-Star Game, and you won't get much. “We were in Kansas City,” he said. “I only did the Home Run Derby. I think I was coming back from a hamstring or something like that. I don't remember. It was a long time ago.” It was so long ago that there was a 20-year-old kid on the American League team who was still probably unknown to many baseball fans when he played in his first All-Star Game. A kid named Mike Trout. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. “Most people knew he was pretty special back then,” said Justin Verlander, a member of that 2012 All-Star team. “Now

  • 2018 Home Run Derby Odds: Dodgers' Max Muncy Trails Nationals' Bryce Harper, Cubs' Kyle Schwarber And Brewers' Jesus Aguilar
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    2018 Home Run Derby Odds: Dodgers' Max Muncy Trails Nationals' Bryce Harper, Cubs' Kyle Schwarber And Brewers' Jesus Aguilar

    Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper owns the best odds to win the 2018 Home Run Derby at 11-5, per SportsBook. Following him are Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber (4-1), the Milwaukee Brewers' Jesus Aguilar (5-1) and Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Max Muncy (6-1). Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman places fifth with 13-2 odds, while the Cubs' Javier Baez (7-1), Philadelphia Phillies left fielder Rhys Hoskins (8-1) and Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman (12-1) round out the bottom-three. Holding the No. 3 seed in the Home Run Derby, Muncy has 20-27 odds to defeat No. 6 seed Baez in their first-round matchup. As the underdog, Baez holds 23-20 odds to advance past Muncy.

  • Dodgers' Roberts manages to stay the course
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    Dodgers' Roberts manages to stay the course

    His irritation from the weekend had not faded. His apprehension about the week ahead had not been quashed. Dave Roberts planned to shield his players from both emotions. As manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, he performs a daily ritual of alchemy, converting frustration into optimism, concern into calm. In his third year at the helm, the mask he chooses to wear has become his face. "For me, it's about never showing panic," Roberts said as he sat at a True Food Kitchen outside downtown San Diego last week ahead of a series with the Padres, and days before the All-Star break. This particular moment of the season challenged Roberts' constant search for equilibrium. He views the clubhouse like a

  • Six years later, Matt Kemp and Mike Trout intersect at the All-Star Game again
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    Six years later, Matt Kemp and Mike Trout intersect at the All-Star Game again

    WASHINGTON — Ask Matt Kemp for his recollections of the 2012 All-Star Game, and you won't get much. “We were in Kansas City,” he said. “I only did the Home Run Derby. I think I was coming back from a hamstring or something like that. I don't remember. It was a long time ago.” It was so long ago that there was a 20-year-old kid on the American League team who was still probably unknown to many baseball fans when he played in his first All-Star Game. A kid named Mike Trout. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. “Most people knew he was pretty special back then,” said Justin Verlander, a member of that 2012 All-Star team. “Now

  • MLB stars of tomorrow blast eight home runs in 2018 Futures Game
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    MLB stars of tomorrow blast eight home runs in 2018 Futures Game

    The 2018 Futures Game featured eight home runs from seven different players.

  • The Oakland A's might have another Rich Hill candidate
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    The Oakland A's might have another Rich Hill candidate

    Rich Hill is fondly remembered as one of the A's best buy-low free agent signings of the past few years. In 2015, the 35 year-old fought his way from independent ball to the Major Leagues where he made four dominant starts for the Boston Red Sox. He turned this into a one year, $6 million contract with Oakland where he would make 14 more great starts before being traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers at the deadline. Hill's age and injuries took a couple miles per hour off of his fastball, and he was forced to reinvent himself. He began to rely on his curveball, and in 2016 threw it more often than his fastball. The pitch became his bread and butter, and he used it (along with two distinct arm slots)