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  • The 2009 Dodger Thoughts postseason guide

     
    Two themes dominate the Dodgers' first postseason challenge of 2009: the Cardinals' 1-2 1-2 punches of Albert Pujols-Matt Holliday and Chris Carpenter-Adam Wainwright, and St. Louis' relative dominance of the Dodgers in recent years. It's heavy stuff,...
  • What is art? Dodgers 5, Cardinals 3

     
    A little after 4 p.m., as my wife was desperately trying to get herself on the road toward my office after bringing my son to the doctor and back home again, she called. My daughter's second-grade homework assignment was to......
  • Dodgers-Cardinals NLDS Game 2 chat

     
    I've touched on this point a couple of times, but I'm actually going to be even more blunt about it. Far from worrying about whether their starting pitchers can go six innings or more, the Dodgers really need to worry......
  • Dodgers' lefty advantage overblown

     
    Having Randy Wolf and Clayton Kershaw in the National League Championship Series rotation this year might give the Dodgers a better chance of defeating the Phillies, thanks to the southpaws' potential to neutralize the lefty power bat of Ryan Howard.........
  • Farewell, 2009

     
    Orlando Hudson triples to complete his cycle on Opening Day. Photo: Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times So much went right for the Dodgers in 2009, but in the end, too much went wrong. The bullpen was supposed to save the......
  • That squad is retired!

     
    What was the last Dodger team not to have a player on its roster that appeared in a major-league game in 2009? Still active in 2009 from the ... ... 2008 Dodgers (34): Brad Penny, Jason Repko, Derek Lowe, Hong-Chih......
  • Dodgers have made surprising salary arbitration decisions long before the McCourts started fighting

     
    Almost every move the Dodgers make this off-season will be viewed through the prism of financial concerns regarding owner-like personalities Frank and Jamie McCourt and their divorce. But that doesn't make every decision of the coming off-season a...
  • Dodgers contemplate Spring Training trek to Taiwan

     
    If you see anyone with the Dodgers checking international airfares online or doing more research into jet lag, it's because the team might be making another March march to Asia, reports Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. ... "As an organization, we're......
  • 2010 Dodgers payroll update

     
    The following worksheet reflects players under contract to the Dodgers for the coming season. This is not a prediction of the 2010 Opening Day roster. (Most of the dollar figures below are estimates to begin with, but feel free to......
  • Vin Scully's Lords of the Ravine - A Los Angeles Dodger Hall of Fame

     
    True Blue L.A. has begun a rather elaborate undertaking to create a Los Angeles Dodger Hall of Fame, which it is calling Vin Scully's Lords of the Ravine. Click the links to see the details. In addition, Mike Scioscia's Tragic......
  • Reports: Loney, Kuo, Sherrill avoid arbitration

     
    Based on reports by Ken Gurnick of MLB.com and Jon Heyman of SI.com, three more Dodgers have signed contracts for 2010: James Loney, $3.1 million (predicted: $3.5 million) Hong-Chih Kuo, $950,000 (predicted: $1.5 million) George Sherrill, $4.5 million...
  • Dodgers avoid arbitration with James Loney, George Sherrill and Hong-Chih Kuo

     
    The Dodgers avoided salary arbitration with three of their players this morning, signing James Loney, George Sherrill and Hong-Chih Kuo to one-year contracts. Loney, who was arbitration-eligible for the first time, will earn $3.1 million this year. Loney'...