Dodgers News: Rookie of the Year Sees Prison Time, The State of the Bullpen, and More From This Week!
The Dodgers had plenty to be happy about this past week, taking two games from Arizona and two games from San Francisco. Not their best week, but they did manage to take two series on the road and maintain their large lead in the NL West.
A former rookie of the year from way back in the day was sentenced to prison in a political corruption scandal, while President of Operations Andrew Friedman finally addressed the state of the Dodgers’ bullpen.
All of this, and MORE! This week in Dodgers Nation.
Dodgers Nation News
The Dodgers Maintain The Second Spot in the Power Rankings
A Former Rookie of the Year Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison
Andrew Friedman FINALLY Addresses the Dodgers’ Bullpen Woes
Julio Urias Will NOT Face Criminal Charges In Domestic Violence Case
Alanna Rizzo Updates on the Home Run Race in the NL
Ken Gurnick Updates Us on the Status of Joc Pederson
Bill Plunkett Reminds Us of One of the Worst Dodgers Trades In Recent Memory
All of this and more THIS WEEK in Dodgers Nation! Head over to Dodgersnation.com to stay in the loop on the latest breaking news and highlights for your Los Angeles Dodgers.
We would have at least 10 more wins if we had some type of bull pen. Our starters are scared to death to leave a game because the bull is very inconsistent and u cant depend on them. We wont win the World Series again unless we get it fixed.
I agree we need to get some relievers and one more closer.!!!!! @andrefriedman