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Dodgers Notes: LA Could Make Multiple Big Trades, All-Star Voting Update, Teoscar Hernandez Returns

The Dodgers beat the Chicago White Sox, 4-3 on Tuesday, kicking off their latest victory with a leadoff home run from Shohei Ohtani. Here are all the headlines you might have missed Tuesday:

All-Star Voter Support Fading For 2 Dodgers on NL Ballot

The most recent update to the MLB All-Star voting results revealed a slight decline in support for Dodgers players Jason Heyward and Gavin Lux. While some Dodgers continue to hold strong positions on the ballot, these two have seen a dip in their standings, which might affect their chances of making it to the next phase of the voting process.

Teoscar Hernández Reveals Why He Left Dodgers to Travel Home

Teoscar Hernández had to temporarily step away from the diamond to attend to personal matters, specifically the passing of his beloved grandfather in the Dominican Republic. Despite the emotional toll, Hernández quickly stepped back into his key role with the Dodgers.

Dodgers Will Make Multiple Big Trades, Says Former GM

As the trade deadline approaches, a former GM has expressed strong beliefs that the Dodgers will be significant players in the trade market before the July 20 deadline. The focus might be on securing a starter, a reliever, and an outfielder, which could substantially enhance their roster for the second half of the season.

Is Dodgers First Baseman Freddie Freeman a Future Hall of Famer?

Freddie Freeman’s illustrious career continues to spark debates about his potential induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. With an impressive track record and numerous accolades, Freeman’s All-Star-caliber performances well into his 30s plays a crucial role in his journey toward baseball’s highest honor.

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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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