Manager Dave Roberts confirmed on Sunday that Alex Wood, Kenta Maeda, Rich Hill and Hyun-Jin Ryu will follow Opening Day starter Clayton Kershaw in the Dodgers' starting rotation during the first week of the season.
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Don't freak out at Hyun-Jin Ryu's Saturday performance or the 14.29 ERA he's been left with. His manager isn't.
A shoulder injury to Tom Koehler and lackluster game performances by some of the relievers that were expected to make the club has Dodgers manager Dave Roberts describing his bullpen as "fuzzy."
Dave Roberts wouldn't bite when asked if Matt Kemp had the club made, but his words of praise matched his actions of the lineup when asked if Kemp has shown he's more than a platoon player.
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In his first Cactus League start, Walker Buehler added two scoreless innings on Friday to the one he pitched on Saturday.
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The Dodgers' bullpen lost Brandon Morrow in the offseason and potential replacement Tom Koehler this spring, but Kenley Jansen and Josh Fields provided a little reassurance in their first Cactus League outings on Thursday.
Rich Hill is tough on himself even when things go well, so he sure wasn't holding back on Thursday, when he retired only one of eight Royals batters in a 14-8 Dodgers loss on a windy day. "Pitching like that is not fun," said Hill.
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Corey Seager on Wednesday came out of his second game on defense with no elbow issues and is looking to advance from the Minor League fields to a Cactus League game this week.
Jack Flaherty looked to be in midseason form as he cruised through a dominant start in the Cardinals 1-0 loss to the Orioles on Thursday afternoon. Flaherty fired five innings of one-run ball, giving up just three hits while striking out eight.
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Corey Seager and Cody Bellinger are award-winning Dodgers, but they are still among the lowest paid.
When the Dodgers opened Spring Training, outfielder Matt Kemp had something to prove and free-agent signee Tom Koehler had a bullpen spot.
The Dodgers cut seven more players on Monday, most notably optioning top pitching prospect Walker Buehler to the Minor Leagues.
Dodgers lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu, making his first Cactus League start Sunday, had the chance to try out his reworked curveball against Major League batters.
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Except for an ambush home run by the first batter he faced, Kansas City's Whit Merrifield, Kenta Maeda was on his game Friday, striking out four in three innings of the Dodgers' 6-4 win.
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Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the upcoming season. Some compete for jobs in big league camp, while others vie for spots on Minor League affiliates. MLB Pipeline will visit all 30 camps this spring, and today we check in on the Dodgers.
Glendale, Ariz. -- As part of MLB Pipeline's visit to all 30 Spring Training camps, we'll sit down with prospects and get to know them a little better. At Dodgers camp, it was No. 6 prospect DJ Peters.
The Dodgers haven't announced it, but if they keep with the current alignment, their starting rotation is set for the opening week of the regular season.
If Shohei Otani succeeds as a Major League hitter, he'll mostly face pitchers who don't come with a resume that includes three Cy Young Awards, a Most Valuable Player Award and seven All-Star selections.
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Nearly two weeks into exhibition games, the Dodgers are finally at full strength behind the plate. Austin Barnes, on a throwing rehab program for a right elbow injured in offseason workouts, was back at catcher Tuesday in the Dodgers' 9-5 loss to the Cubs.
Wilmer Font pitched himself into contention for a Dodgers bullpen role in his first two starts this spring, but he might have pitched himself out of it Tuesday, when he couldn't get out of a six-run first inning of a 9-5 loss to the Cubs.
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This spring Rich Hill has been quietly efficient, as demonstrated on Monday with three effective innings in the Dodgers' 8-1 win over the Indians.
Survivors of the Dodgers' suspected norovirus outbreak have returned to work with harrowing tales of late-night visits to hospitals and urgent-care centers, of trainers' phones blowing up with panicked text messages, an All-Star shortstop fearing a re-injury and a pitching coach whose carefully plotted spring schedule was totally scrambled.
Kenta Maeda on Sunday became the first Dodgers pitcher to start after being stricken with the suspected norovirus, allowing one run in 2 1/3 innings against the Giants.
Dodgers reliever Tom Koehler is out indefinitely with a right shoulder injury, but president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said on Saturday he's no more likely to make a free-agent or trade acquisition than he was before the injury.
Matt Kemp not only is a Dodger again, he's having fun again.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts on Friday welcomed back all of the 26 players who were stricken during this week's norovirus outbreak, downplaying the impact to the team's preparations for the season.
If you can believe it, Opening Day is only four weeks away, and we're previewing each division every Wednesday. Baseball is an individual sport masquerading as a team sport, so, thus, we'll be previewing each division by counting down the 20 most pivotal players in the division. These aren't necessarily the best players. They're just the ones whose 2018 performance will be most vital to their teams' success this season, and in seasons moving forward. To keep it fair, we can only pick four players from each team.
Clayton Kershaw cruised through two scoreless innings in his second Cactus League start on Friday, striking out two and allowing one hit in the Dodgers' 7-6 win over the White Sox, powered by home runs from Jake Peter, Alex Verdugo and DJ Peters.
Andrew Toles' comeback from major right knee surgery is right on schedule for the Dodgers outfielder.