Surveying The Landscape After The 2013 Trade Deadline
Now that dust has settled on the 2013 trade deadline, let’s take stock of the altered landscape and view the in-season maneuvering as a complete narrative rather than a few [...]
Trades Boost Dodgers’ Chances To Spend Internationally
LOS ANGELES—Among other things, baseball’s current labor agreement put into place a new system limiting how much teams can spend to sign international amateurs. But the Dodgers are finding ways [...]
Dodgers Midseason Update: Yasiel Puig’s Banner Debut Highlights First Half
Best Player: With fewer than 100 plate appearances in professional baseball before this spring, Cuban outfielder Yasiel Puig took the Dodgers spring training by storm, batting over .500 in Cactus [...]
Dodgers Send Trio Of Righties To Marlins For Ricky Nolasco
The Deal The second domino fell in the starting-pitcher trade market when the Dodgers sent a trio of power-armed righthanders to the Marlins for Ricky Nolasco. Miami receives Steve Ames [...]
What Your Team Did In The Draft: National League Edition
Now that all of the selections have been made, our draft experts took a few moments to glance at each team’s draft list and see what stood out. We won’t [...]
The Top 10 Youngest Players In Each League On Opening Day
As we’ve done for three years, here’s a look at the Top 10 youngest players in each league as the season began (you can also see the 2012 Opening Day, 2011 [...]
Puig Looks For Spot In Crowded Dodgers’ Outfield
The Dodgers already have three high-priced veterans in the outfield, leaving little room for flashy Cuban import Yasiel Puig.
Lee Continues Rise Through Dodgers System
Kevin Baxter picks end-of-season award winners for the Dodgers system, selecting the Best Player, Best Pitcher and a player to keep an eye on.
Dodgers’ Roberts Remains Stuck In Middle Relief
Despite victories, Dodgers are slow to promote righthander Jordan Roberts.