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Dodgers Taxi Squad Game Featuring Top Prospects to be Streamed Online on Monday

The Dodgers announced that a taxi squad game would be hosted at Dodgers Stadium on Monday afternoon and streamed online for free on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter along with

Dodgers minor leaguers and other players from their 60-man player pool have been practicing and working out at the University of Southern California, commonly referred to as the “alternate site.” With the big club having a day off on Monday — their first after a stretch of 17 games in 17 days where they went 13-4 — it provides an opportunity for the offsite players to get a small big league experience at Dodger Stadium.

As mentioned the exhibition can be viewed on the Dodgers’ official YouTube page, Facebook page, and Twitter account.

As a shameless plug, Dodgers Nation’s own Blue Heaven live show will be streaming after the start of the taxi squad game on our Twitter, Periscope, Facebook, Twitch, and for more info!

Earlier in the month, top pitching prospect Josiah Gray spoke with us about what goes on at the USC alternate site, where he said “it’s kind of like spring training.”

Get a look at some of the farm system’s top prospects tonight!

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Clint Pasillas has been writing, blogging, and podcasting about the Los Angeles Dodgers since 2008. He was there for Nomar, Greg Maddux, and Blake DeWitt, and he'll be there for Walker Buehler, Alex Verdugo, Bobby Miller, and any Dodgers of the future. Under Clint, Dodgers Nation has grown into one of the most read baseball sites in the world with millions of unique visitors per month. He's a golf enthusiast, an amateur wood worker, and a friend.


  1. “With the big club having a day off on Monday — their first after a stretch of 17 games in 17 days (they went 14-4) —” . . . ” Does anyone see anything wrong with this math?

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