When a player has a hot start to their career, the questions of sustainability start to pop up. Corey Seager had about as good of a rookie year as the Dodgers could've hoped for as he unanimously won Rookie of the Year and even finished 3rd in NL MVP voting.
It was no secret that the Dodgers in 2016 were abysmal versus left handed pitching. Finishing last in several offensive categories (which I went into greater detail in a blog post back in February), the Dodgers could not find any traction offensively when the opposing team trotted out a lefty
It's baaaaaaack! The Dodgers today announced that Rich Hill will be placed on the 10 Day Disabled List with a blister. This issue was reoccurring in 2016 and limited Rich Hill to just 6 games started in the regular season with the Dodgers (14 with the A's for a total of
Much has been mentioned in recent years about pitch counts, innings limits, and how to protect a young pitcher's arm from damage or fatigue. This has very much been the case with the Dodgers' Julio Urias who is entering his sophomore season with the Dodgers after a bevy of pitching