Dodgers News | Rumors: Guerrero Starts on DL, Kiké’s Value And More

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will be doing battle for the second straight night later on this evening, but there is news to assess prior to tonight’s festivities. Kenley Jansen is in search of a new contract but not willing to discuss it yet, Alex Guerrero is starting the season on the disabled list, and a whole lot more. Enjoy today’s Dodgers Credits!

Dodgers Nation

Dodgers Local | Blogs

  • Shortstop Corey Seager definitely does not act like baseball’s top prospect. [Los Angeles Times]
  • This is Andrew Friedman’s team, and his philosophy is up for evaluation. [Los Angeles Times]
  • The latest team notes are out, and they have to do with a host of players. [True Blue LA]
  • Spring training win-loss record doesn’t show anything substantial. [Dodgers Digest]
  • Get to know the team’s 2019 pitching staff three years early. [Dodgers Digest]

Dodgers National

  • Longtime announcer Vin Scully talks about how he started with the team. [Variety]
  • It’s time to peer through the fog that is the team’s 25-man roster. [ESPN]
  • Kike Hernandez is valuable to the team now more than ever. [Today’s Knuckleball]
  • The Padres have announced details of the opening series versus the Dodgers. [FOX Sports]
  • Clayton Kershaw has goals yet to conquer this upcoming season. [MLB]

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  1. Once
    again, re: the lack of any TV deal with TWC, I remain totally bummed
    that I will be missing the TV broadcasts of Vin Scully’s last season,
    and will just pinch SNL’s Colin Jost’s great quote on Weekend Update
    about Time Warner Cable:

    main reason I believe in the concept of Hell is because I know the
    people who own and run Time Warner Cable will go there when they

    ownership should certainly share some of the blame that 70% of the
    Dodger’s TV viewing fans will be for the 3rd straight
    season shutout.


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