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Dodgers Notes: LA Makes Trade, Yoshinobu Yamamoto Start Pushed Back, Luis Robert Jr Deal

The Dodgers kicked off their day Wednesday by acquiring a new starting third baseman from the Toronto Blue Jays. They ended it by running into an out at home plate, as Andy Pages missed a stop sign to end a 3-2 loss to the Texas Rangers.

Here’s all the news you might have missed Wednesday:

Dodgers Acquire Toronto Blue Jays Infielder for Minor Leaguer

The Dodgers traded minor league pitcher Braydon Fisher to the Toronto Blue Jays for Cavan Biggio, who started at third base in his first game with his new team on Wednesday. Biggio helps a Dodgers infield that is battling through multiple injuries.

Dodgers Push Back Yoshinobu Yamamoto’s Next Scheduled Start

The Dodgers have adjusted their starting rotation, pushing back Yoshinobu Yamamoto’s start to give him an extra day off. He will pitch against the Kansas City Royals instead of the Texas Rangers. This change aims to keep him fresh and maintain his impressive stuff from a stellar performance against the Yankees.

Should the Dodgers Trade for Luis Robert Jr? Here Are All the Pros and Cons

The Dodgers are reportedly a strong candidate to acquire outfielder Luis Robert Jr. to strengthen their lineup. This potential trade has sparked a lot of discussions about balancing the long-term benefits against the immediate costs, and whether Robert Jr.’s injury history and performance consistency make him a viable option for bolstering the outfield.

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  1. What a debut by Biggio. Makes an error that costs us an unearned run that was eventually the difference in a 3-2 loss.

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