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Dodgers News: Gabe Kapler on the Hiring of Dave Roberts


Gabe Kapler took to Twitter today to offer his congratulations to New Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts Dave Roberts is an exceptional individual. pic.twitter.com/3hx6FpFmF1 — gabe kapler (@gabekapler) November 23, 2015 Kapler was considered to be the front runner for the position once the initial Manager search began. No word yet if Kapler will have a role within the coaching staff. …

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Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Hired To Manage Dodgers


Via Dodgers LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers announced today that Dave Roberts has been named the 10th manager in Los Angeles Dodger history and the 28th in franchise history. Roberts will be available to the media in a news conference at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday, Dec. 1. “We’re extremely excited to bring Dave Roberts on board as the …

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Dodgers To Name Dave Roberts as Manager

Dave Roberts

It is being reported the Dave Roberts will become the 28th Manager in Dodgers history and 10th in L.A. Dodgers history.  Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times moments ago sent out this tweet. Sources: Dave Roberts will be the #Dodgers‘ next manager https://t.co/JABTVdphRZ — Dylan Hernandez (@dylanohernandez) November 23, 2015 It was also confirmed by Bill Shaikin Dodgers expected …

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Mark McGwire a Candidate For Padres Bench Coach

Mark McGwire

Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire is reportedly a strong candidate for the San Diego Padres Bench Coach. Dennis Lin from the San Diego Union-Tribune reported today of the Padres strong interest in McGwire. Sources: Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire is a strong candidate to be the Padres’ next bench coach. https://t.co/Vb90rS35es — Dennis Lin (@dennistlin) November 21, 2015 McGwire who has …

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Dodgers Targeting Jordan Zimmerman

Jordan Zimmerman

Dodgers in search of starting pitching have identified Free Agent pitcher Jordan Zimmerman as a main target. Zimmerman has been with the Washington Nationals the last seven seasons. He posted a 13-10 record this past season with a 3.66 ERA in 201.2 innings pitched. It has been reported he could sign with a team in the $100 Million range. The Dodgers …

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Dodgers Manager Search Decision Delayed


The Dodgers Manager search may finally be coming to an end. Many expected the decision to have been made this week. The finalists for the job are Dodgers Director of Player Development Gabe Kapler and former Dodger and San Diego Padres Bench Coach Dave Roberts. Yesterday Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times sent out this tweet regarding the decision. …

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Dodgers New Announcer Joe Davis Minor League Days


Joe Davis was on the Dodgers Flagship station AM570 today. He was asked what was a memorable moment from his minor league days with the Tampa Bay Rays Double-A Minor League Affiliate the Montgomery Biscuits. His answer, a spoof of the Bachelor with Davis playing the role of Chris Harrison and Chris Archer as the Bachelor. Enjoy! and Welcome to LA Joe …

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Dodgers Present Frank Sinatra Tribute Tomorrow Night

Frank Sinatra's Seat at Dodger Stadium

LOS ANGELES – The Dodgers will pay tribute to American icon and longtime Dodger fan Frank Sinatra on Friday, September 18 (7:10 p.m. vs. PIT) in partnership with Frank Sinatra Enterprises and the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE. Throughout 2015, the 100thanniversary of Frank Sinatra’s birth has been celebrated across the world through centennial events and the Dodgers, Sinatra’s favorite …

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Kershaw, Gonzalez & Ellis to “Throwdown” Today

Kershaw, Gonzalez & Ellis to "Throwdown" Today

Today, Clayton Kershaw, Adrian Gonzalez, AJ Ellis and their peers across the MLB will “Throwdown” by donating one day’s salary to Not For Sale, a global nonprofit committed to the fight against human trafficking. The Not For Sale Throwdown campaign will take place on this day across the MLB, NFL and MLS, also extending to CEOs, actors and TV personalities. …

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Tomorrow is Opening Day!

Dodgers Opening Day

It will be my sixth straight year attending the big day. I will be sitting in the left field pavilion with the sun shining down on me, my dodger dog in one hand and my drink in the other. It’s the time of the year I wait six grueling months for. There is absolutely nothing I love more. Before the …

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