It’s time to check in with all you Dodger fans out there, and while it was an off day for the Boys In Blue, there’s still plenty to unpack as LA gets set to face Anaheim in the latest installment of the Freeway Series. Leading off the coverage today, Dodgers President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman isn’t pushing the panic button yet as the Dodgers come off a sweep to the Giants.
Also, we have somewhat of an update on current Dodgers starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard, as manager Dave Roberts was somewhat mum on his status. Freddie Freeman avoided an injury after a scare this weekend, and the first baseman sent a challenge to both him and his teammates as the Dodgers try to put their cold streak behind them.
You can read about that and many other things below!
- Dodgers News: For Noah Syndergaard, There’s No Timeline for a Return
- Dodgers News: Andrew Friedman Makes it Clear He Still Believes in The Pitchers on LA’s Roster
- Dodgers News: Freddie Freeman Had Initial Concern Over Wrist Injury
- Freddie Freeman At a Loss for Words Over Dodgers’ Rough Patch
- 3 Dodgers on the Hot Seat in the Middle of June
- Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Not Concerned Over Prolonged Stretch of Losses
- Former Dodgers Utility Man Charlie Culberson DFA’d by Atlanta Braves
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