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Dodgers Notes: Urias Skips Out on Court Date, Betts Gives Love to Acuna, Roberts Up for Manager of the Year

The Dodgers won 6-2 against the San Francisco Giants in the Bay Friday night. LA has just two games remaining in the 2023 regular season.

In other news, Julio Urias reportedly missed a court appearance in the wake of his recent arrest, Mookie Betts gave a shoutout to Ronald Acuna Jr, who became the first player in MLB history to hit 40 home runs and steal 70 bases, and Max Muncy thanked Dave Roberts for sticking with him through his up-and-down season.

Check out the rest of today’s headlines:

Julio Urias Reportedly Did Not Show Up to Court Date: Latest on Dodgers Pitcher

Mookie Betts Shouts Out Braves Ronald Acuna Jr. for 40-70 Season

Giants Fire Manager Gabe Kapler Ahead of Final Series of Season Against Dodgers

Max Muncy Praises Dave Roberts for Sticking with Him Through Struggles

Months After Spurning Dodgers, Eduardo Rodriguez Likely to Opt Out of Contract with Tigers

MLB Insider Picks Dave Roberts as NL Manager of the Year Winner

Miguel Rojas Forced to Exit Friday’s Game Early Following Hit By Pitch

More from our friends at Inside the Dodgers:

Rookie of the Year Hopeful Working on Finding More Consistency

Dave Roberts Has Full Confidence in Will Smith Turning Things Around in October

Dave Roberts Breaks Down Caleb Ferguson Struggles, ‘There Was Just No Command’

Mookie Betts and Miguel Rojas Suggested Plan to Welcome Fans to Workout Days in LA

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Patrick Warren

Patrick Warren is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California who works to cover the Los Angeles Dodgers with Dodgers Nation. Warren is originally from Chattanooga, TN and is currently based out of Buffalo, NY.

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