The Dodgers are heading into the postseason healthier than they were a year ago, and they hope it holds up.
We take a look at some LA baseball notables to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
All of the Dodgers prospects survived the trading deadline that expired Thursday, July 31 after much speculation of bringing in another ace to the Blue Crew. Dodgers General Manager Colletti has valued his farm system so much, that not even David Price could change his mind. The Dodgers have arguably the best farm system in the majors. However, these players will need to be patient as the current team leads the whole NL, leaving no room for the kids. The Mexican prospect Julio Urias could be the next exciting thing, behind Kershaw, as the best pitcher in baseball. At 17-years-old, MLB ranks the left-handed pitcher as the top prospect in his position.
The Dodgers could be idle at Thursday’s trade deadline, with general manager Ned Colletti saying the team isn’t close to making any deals.
The agent for Matt Kemp says the Los Angeles Dodgers are not trading the All-Star outfielder.
The Beard is staying in Los Angeles. The Dodgers on Saturday announced they have signed free-agent reliever Brian Wilson to a $10 million, one-year deal to stay with the team. The deal includes an $8.5 million player option for 2015.
Los Angeles Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti Monday announced the team’s coaching staff for the 2014 season.
The Dodgers have agreed to a $28 million, four-year contract with Cuban prospect Alexander Guerrero, according to a person familiar with the deal.
The Dodgers continue to shell out the big bucks.
As baseball’s new Mr. Moneybags, Ned Colletti gets mentioned when almost any free agent is discussed this offseason.
The South Korean left-handed pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin and agent Scott Boras have rejected the Dodgers’ initial long-term offer made by general manager Ned Colletti
Los Angeles Dodgers’ General Manager Ned Colletti announced Tuesday eight coaches will return for the 2013 season along with three new additions.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have bid nearly $26 million for a chance to sign pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin.
Former Texas, Philadelphia and Cleveland manager Pat Corrales has been hired as a special assistant to Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti.
Dodgers Will Go After Pitching, Pitching And More Pitching; 18-year-old Japanese Pitcher Declaring To MLB
Ever since Magic Johnson and his Guggenheim partners took control of the Dodgers, they have been on a limitless spending spree.