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Rumors: Dodgers are interested in Trevor Bauer

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The hot stove really looks like it’ll be heating up

In my article the other day, I talked about the hot stove potentially heating up this week. Well, it looks like it’s getting pretty damn warm.

Earlier this morning, Ken Rosenthal said on MLB Network that the Dodgers could be a team to keep an eye on in regards to free-agent Trevor Bauer. He said if both sides were to come together on a short deal, it would make sense.

This morning...

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Report: Dodgers keeping close eye on Cy Young winner Trevor Bauer

Bauer would obviously solidify the Dodgers’ spot as the team to beat in the National League.

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Locked On Dodgers: Remembering Don Sutton, More Semien Rumors + Missing Out on Yates

Click here to listen Dodgers Hall of Famer Don Sutton passed away, so Jeff remembers his life and career. Then he talks about the Blue Jays signing George Springer, which doesn’t affect the Dodgers, and Kirby Yates, which does.

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Report: Red Sox 'remain high' on Enrique Hernandez

Hernandez has spent the last six seasons with the Dodgers, slashing .240/.312/.425 with 68 home runs and 213 RBI.

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Former Dodgers pitcher Don Sutton dies at age 75

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Don Sutton of Cilo, AL passed away on Tuesday at the age of 75. According to Richard Sandomir of the New York Times, the cause of death was cancer.

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Eric Stephen

Tommy Lasorda celebration of life held at Dodger Stadium

Friends and family of Tommy Lasorda gathered today at Dodger Stadium to pay their respects to the Hall of Fame manager. | Photo credit: Jon SooHoo | LA Dodgers

Eric Karros: “I’m going to miss him. We’re all going to miss him. But he had a heck of a run.”

The Dodgers held a celebration of life for Tommy Lasorda on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium, with a small group of former players, family, and friends paying tribute to the Hall of Fame manager who died on January 7.

Keith Williams Jr. sang...

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Eric Stephen

Remembering the baseball life of Don Sutton

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The Hall of Fame pitcher died at age 75

On a day a second Dodgers Hall of Famer died this month, lots of folks remembered Don Sutton for both his 23-year playing career and three decades as a broadcaster, the bulk of the latter for the Braves.

“There are Hall of Famers immortalized for their prodigious slugging and for the lightning in their arms, and there are plenty celebrated for their popularity, but perhaps none are more relatable to...

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Memorial held for Tommy Lasorda at Dodger Stadium

Lasorda led the Dodgers to World Series wins as their manager in 1981 and 1988. He also pitched for the team in the 1950s.

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Farewell, Don Sutton

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Sutton holds Dodgers records for starts, wins, innings, strikeouts, and shutouts

Don Sutton, a Hall of Fame pitcher and holder of several Dodgers franchise records, died in his sleep on Monday night. He was 75.

Sutton’s son Daron announced the news on Twitter:

Saddened to share that my dad passed away in his sleep last night. He worked as hard as anyone I’ve ever known and he treated those he encountered with great respect...and he took me to work a...

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No one has been a Hall of Famer longer than Sandy Koufax

On January 19, 1972, former Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Just three weeks past his 36th birthday, “The Left Arm of God” became the youngest person ever elected to the Hall, a mark that still stands today (and probably forever).

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Don Sutton receives tributes following his death at 75

Sutton was known for his durability and is the only pitcher in MLB history with at least 200 innings pitched in 20 different seasons.

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Rumors: Does Semien make sense for LA?

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The Dodgers are reportedly interested in signing the infielder

We’re less than 40 days away from the first Spring Training game (hopefully) and it’s been a fairly quiet offseason up to this point. The hot stove has been heating up over the last few days, and I have a feeling we can see a lot of moves go down this week.

Here’s the latest news and rumors surrounding the Dodgers.

Marcus Semien

This was an interesting note we got from Ken Rosenthal...

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Locked On Dodgers: Arbitration Updates, Dodgers Rumors and Another Padres Trade

Click here to listen The Dodgers didn’t come to an agreement with Walker Buehler or Austin Barnes in arbitration, the Dodgers are linked to Marcus Semien and Jeremy Jeffress, and the Padres made another trade for a starting pitcher.

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Limited Cody Bellinger bobblehead available now!

Only 400 have been made!

If you thought the Justin Turner bobblehead was really cool last week, just wait until you get a look at the new one this week. The Dodgers had a number of unforgettable plays from their World Series run, and this one might have been the best.

In Game 2 of the NLDS, Cody Bellinger robbed Fernando Tatis Jr. of what would have been a go-ahead home run in the seventh inning. San Diego would have taken the lead, and there’s a great chance they could have won that game...

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Remembering the East-West Classic at Dodger Stadium

Athlete Joe DiMaggio attends Celebrity Baseball Classic Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on March 28, 1970 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California. | Photo by Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

A gathering of Hall of Famers at Dodger Stadium, 51 years ago.

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, a few folks remembered a gathering of stars at Dodger Stadium.

Major League Baseball teams were to hold an All-Star Game of sorts to honor Dr. King after his assassination in...

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The HOVG Podcast: Jake Reiner

This week, Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen are joined by Jake Reiner. The “Meeting on the Mound” host talks to the boys about how his previous life as a broadcast

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The HOVG Podcast: Jake Reiner

This week, Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen are joined by Jake Reiner. The “Meeting on the Mound” host talks to the boys about how his previous life as a broadcast

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Dodgers considering signing Marcus Semien to play 3B?

A reunion with Justin Turner seems likelier than a deal with Semien, but it’s still of some note that Los Angeles was seemingly willing to go multiple years at a significant rate for an infielder other than Turner.

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Could the Dodgers trade for Adam Ottavino?

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I wrote an article the other day talking about the Dodgers reportedly being interested in signing free-agent reliever Kirby Yates. The former Padres closer is on the market and he’d be a great addition to an already great bullpen.

Aside from Yates, there aren’t really a lot of attractive names in the reliever free-agent market. As I noted the other day, the Dodgers could stand pat and enter 2021 with what they have. Although they’re looking good, there...

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Locked On Dodgers: An Interview with New Dodger Reliever Tommy Kahnle

Click here to listen Tommy Kahnle joins us on today’s episode talking about signing with the Dodgers, his changeup, his rehab from Tommy John surgery and more!

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