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Dodgers Notes: Clayton Kershaw Shut Down, Former LA Catcher DFA’d, Blockbuster Luis Robert Trade Proposal

Stay updated with the latest happenings in the Dodgers universe, from a pause in Clayton Kershaw’s rehab to Shohei Ohtani’s award-winning week. Here’s all the headlines you might have missed Monday:

Clayton Kershaw Experiences a Setback

Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has hit a bump in his recovery road, being shut down from throwing due to shoulder soreness post-surgery. Fortunately, his MRI didn’t show any new damage, but this means his return is delayed by at least a week..

Shohei Ohtani Named National League Player of the Week

Dodgers’ sensation Shohei Ohtani was spectacular last week, earning him the National League Player of the Week honors. He smashed four homers and posted an OPS of 1.650, showcasing his unprecedented skills at the plate.

Could The Dodgers Acquire Three White Sox Players in One Big Trade?

Former Reds and Nationals general manager Jim Bowden outlined a hypothetical 10-player trade involving the Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox, with center fielder Luis Robert and two pitchers possibly coming to L.A. This in-depth analysis explores the potential impacts and benefits of such a hefty exchange.

Former Dodgers Catcher Designated for Assignment by Reds

Austin Wynns, formerly of the Dodgers, has been designated for assignment by the Cincinnati Reds. Wynns wasn’t a Dodger for long, but filled in while Will Smith was recovering from a concussion in 2023.

Dave Roberts Commends Ohtani’s Recent Play

Dodgers’ manager Dave Roberts praised Shohei Ohtani’s explosive performance lately; on Monday he was named National League Player of the Week. Ohtani’s adaptation and sheer power at the plate have been nothing short of remarkable.

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J.P. Hoornstra writes and edits Major League Baseball content for and is the author of 'The 50 Greatest Dodger Games Of All Time.' He once recorded a keyboard solo on the same album as two of the original Doors. Follow at

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