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Injuries Hit Dodgers, Recoveries, 2019 Outlook | This Week in Dodgers Nation

Injuries were the big ticket item in the final week at Camelback Ranch for the Dodgers. Dave Roberts touched on a number of opening day topics, and Dodgers Nation had the joy of seeing “Mr. Steal Yo Girl” back in the lineup and on the field in Dodger blue.

The Kershaw Saga Comes Face to Face with Reality

Clayton Kershaw Won’t Begin Season With Dodgers

Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Comments On Missing Opening Day Start

More Pitching Woes and Injury Updates

Dodgers: Walker Buehler Will Not Start Opening Day

Rich Hill’s Knee Keeps Him Out of Opening Day

Dodgers: Austin Barnes Battled Arm Injury Last Year That Affected His Offense

Dodgers: The Long Journey Back for Julio Urías

Corey Seager Comes Back in a Big Way

Dodgers Provide Big Corey Seager Opening Day Status Update

Corey Seager Will See His First Cactus League Game Wednesday

Dodgers: Get Excited, Corey Seager Returns Today!

Dodgers: Corey Seager is Back

Corey Seager, your opening day shortstop, ladies and gentlemen.

2019 Season Outlook

Dodgers’ Pitching Staff Update: Opening Series Starters, Rich Hill to The IL, Urias May Start

Dodgers: Austin Barnes Will Get Most Starts Behind the Plate

Kiké Hernandez Named the Dodgers Second Baseman

Opening Day: The Dodgers Roster Takes Shape

Julio Urías Will Start the Season in the Dodgers Bullpen [However, this was upgraded to starting the season in the rotation, after Rich Hill’s knee injury.] featured an article on Alex Verdugo and Julio being ready to impact the club in 2019.

2019 Dodgers Projections: The Starters

Hyun-Jin Ryu is your answer to a bar trivia question somewhere down the line.

Our podcast featured special guest, Dodger Stadium organist Dieter Ruehle!

Max Muncy, Mike Trout, Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler: Hanging with Mr Ruehle! | Episode 46 | Blue Heaven Podcast

Other [Mostly] Fun Stuff

Lights, Camera, Baseball: The Top 10 Dodger TV and Film Appearances

Dodgers News: Justin Turner Talks About Cutting Beverage From His Diet on St. Patricks Day

Baseball’s Biggest Problems

MLB News: Mike Trout Signs Record Deal with Anaheim Angels

A Tribute to the Dodger Blues Gibson Clock

The Dodgers will face the Angels three times before the season begins in earnest. We hope you have your best Opening Day excuses ready for your bosses!

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  1. I did not come away from Phoenix at all confidant in what Friedman has assembled. You play like you practice and the practice was mediocre as a whole. “It’s early. No urgency” I’m afraid will be the norm as last year when we made it by one game. Yes, every game matters. game #163 as does game #1 or #33 or #50.

    1. Exactly. Just like that free throw 2 minutes into the game is as important as one with 30 seconds left.

    2. The “It’s early. No urgency” mantra is because most of the “so-called experts” suggest the NL-West is the Dodgers to lose, all of the other teams are in rebuild mode, have taken a step backwards from the Dodgers. This kind of thinking is dangerous! IF the Dodgers struggle out of the gate, this will give confidence to the Rockies, Padres, D-Backs, and Giants. Dodgers, just bury the NL-West!

      1. Robin, did you watch last night’s game where the Dodgers AGAINstruck out 15 times. I mean, I heard the announcers say that Roberts wants to see better approaches from players when they have 2 strikes on them but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO….they performed in the exact opposite way of what he was talking about. I do not like the looks of this team right now, and sorry to say but nothing is a lock.

  2. hmmm, is baseball just a seasonal thing? I thought to be into sports you had to be in shape and train the same way the year around so that you remain competitive ….. you should be…….lots of players look like they have never seen a baseball before……their paycheck should be based on how they produce, not how good they think they are

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