Archive for November, 2014

The second biggest disappointing moment of 2014

Without question the biggest disappointment for Dodger fans around the world in 2014 was the fact that their beloved team, a team that was pegged by most baseball experts to go all the way, could manage only one win in the first round of the 2014 playoffs before retiring to their respective couches to watch their […]

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Happy Birthday Vin Scully – ‘You’re the Best’

Unless you are pushing 70 years of age, the only Dodger broadcaster you have ever known is Vin Scully – and Vin Scully is the undisputed best there has ever been. Anyone who doesn’t understand or accept this is either insanely jealous that Vin Scully is not their favorite team’s broadcaster or they are just […]

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So what exactly is Andrew Friedman’s plan? With GM meetings set for next week, Dodgers President of Baseball Ops still hasn't tipped his hand

On October 14, 2014 another new era in Dodger baseball was born. The delivery went smoothly as Andrew Friedman took over the reins of the team as President of Baseball Operations. He quickly proceeded to build his management team including Farhan Zaidi (former Oakland Athletics Assistant GM), Josh Byrnes (former San Diego Padres GM) , […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from ThinkBlueLA

Happy Thanksgiving from ThinkBlueLA  

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Dodger fans might want to keep an eye on Jose De Leon Dodgers right-handed pitching prospect tearing it up in Caribbean Winter League

It doesn’t happen often, but every now and then it does – a late-round draft pick immediately finds success once they begin their professional career and moves up quickly on the organization’s depth chart. For Dodger fans there is no greater example of this than former Dodgers catcher and likely future Hall of Famer Mike Piazza, […]

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There will be no Seager Brothers duo on left side of Dodgers infield Mariners lock down top Dodger prospect's brother with monster contract

Okay, I admit it – the mere thought of having brothers Kyle and Corey Seager becoming the Dodgers everyday third baseman and shortstop within the next year or two was extremely exciting to me. In fact, it’s something that I have been pondering since the day the Dodgers drafted young Corey as an 18-year-old out of Northwest Cabarrus […]

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It’s time to move on from Hanley

By now most of the baseball world is well aware that former Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez is about to sign a five-year deal with the Boston Red Sox worth a reported $90 million. And while no one will argue that a healthy Hanley Ramirez and his career .300 batting average is one of the most feared hitters […]

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Things just got interesting in Dodgertown

It may have gone unnoticed by many Dodger fans but there was a rather unusual brawl this past season between the Dodgers’ and Diamondbacks’ organizations. No, it didn’t happen at Dodger Stadium or even at Chase Field. In fact, it didn’t even involve either organization’s big league teams at all. It involved their respective Triple-A […]

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The Buck stops here Dodgers sign veteran free agent minor leaguer Buck Britton with invitation to major league camp

The only thing worse than being a good minor league baseball player and not making it to the big leagues is being a good minor league baseball player and not making it to the big leagues in seven years. On Saturday morning it was being widely reported that longtime Baltimore Orioles minor league utility infielder/outfielder Buck Britton had […]

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Is there more to the Jose Dominguez trade than meets the eye?

At first glance it appears that the trade that brought veteran right-hander Joel Peralta and minor league left-hander Adam Liberatore to the Dodgers in exchange for hard-throwing right-hander Jose Dominguez and minor league right-hander Greg Harris to the Tampa Bay Rays is pretty much an even swap, with one glaring exception – age. The Rays got […]

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