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Dodgers Notes: NLDS Matchup Set, Bobby Miller Poised for Breakout, Mike Trout to LA?

The Dodgers will take on the Arizona Diamondbacks Saturday in the first game of the NLDS. The D-backs swept the Milwaukee Brewers in the Wild Card round.

In other news, an MLB analyst predicted Bobby Miller will be the biggest breakout player this season, Jason Heyward’s impact has been felt in and outside the baseball diamond and J.D. Martinez spoke on his swing adjustments this season. Also, Mike Trout trade rumors are swirling.

Check out the rest of today’s headlines here:

Freddie Freeman, Max Muncy Talk Jason Heyward’s Unmatched Leadership

Analyst Predicts Bobby Miller Becomes Biggest Breakout Player of Postseason

JD Martinez Reveals How Robert Van Scoyoc Helped Turn Around His Swing This Year

Should Dodgers Trade For Mike Trout, How LA Could Land 3-Time MVP

James Outman Reveals How Jason Heyward Has Mentored Him This Season

Dodgers to Face Arizona Diamondbacks in NLDS

More from our friends at Inside the Dodgers:

LA Officially Names Game 1 Starter for 2023 NLDS

Dodgers NLDS Opponent Revealed, Who Will LA Play in 2023 Postseason?

Dave Roberts Doesn’t Think Clayton Kershaw Would Ever Wear Another Jersey

Writer Thinks LA Should Trade 2 Top Pitching Prospects for Rays Starter

Dave Roberts Reveals Why Mookie Betts Deserves MVP Award Over Ronald Acuna Jr

Dave Roberts Feels Pride in 100-Win 2023 Season

Jason Heyward Doesn’t Want to Be Anywhere Else Next Season

Dave Roberts Won’t Be Using Traditional Starters in the Postseason

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  1. NO THANK YOU on Mike Trout. He’s a part time player nearing the end of his career. Re-signing Heyward and Peralta for another year makes a lot of sense. Still have Outman in CF for the next 6 years, and depth with Hernandez and Taylor. Betts can still spot start, although his long-term position is 2B. The re-signing of Heyward and Peralta allows DeLuca and De Paula time to get ready for the bigs. Same goes for Pages. Don’t trade top prospects for end-of-career guys…


    1. Busch replaces Peralta unless they use him for a trade. Heyward almost surely comes back to play with his bromance partner and compete for a championship, the Ds love what he brings on the field and in the locker room. Hernandez is a free agent so unless they trade Taylor or move Rojas, he may be overlap. My thinking is they put Lux back to 2nd after his knee rehab, and figure out something else for ss, it wouldn’t be horrible to me if they left Rojas as the starter, with Taylor and Lux backing him up. I also have my eye on on base machine Gauthier, who may be ready to debut in 2023, not sure about his defense at short but he does play the position. Deluca should be ready now, he looked good in his MLB debut, has excellent minor league credentials, and lots of useful tools, including speed, power, and he looked good defensively to me. DePaula is long term dream, and nothing more right now.

  2. Dodgers fans are set for an exciting time! Precision Machining There’s a tangible excitement surrounding the NLDS showdown. The possibility of Bobby Miller breaking out adds even more intrigue to the postseason. It’s exciting to think that Mike Trout might join the Dodgers; could he be the missing component for a championship run?

  3. Dodgers have a habit of signing older retread players and blocking their young propects.

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