Dodgers pitcher Scott Kazmir continued to battle issues with his hip, and struggled in his three innings on Sunday against the Rangers, and seems resigned to starting the season on the disabled list.
The Dodgers have a load of talent, but some players haven't had their break out seasons. If these players do, the Dodgers may go further than the NLCS.
The Dodgers are taking things slowly with Pedro Baez as he recovers from a contusion on his right hand, and the relief pitcher will probably open the regular season on the disabled list.
Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager might remain in camp at Camelback Ranch in Arizona longer than most of his teammates, to accrue at-bats on the minor league side as he prepares for the start of the season, after missing time with a sore oblique. That puts him in doubt to play in the Freeway Series against the Angels.
We are in the Golden Age of shorstops for baseball at the moment. There are tons of talented young shortsops but do the Dodgers have the best one?
The Dodgers made more roster cuts on Saturday, reassigning three pitchers to minor league camp.
Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier will open the season on the disabled list, has been shut down, and won't resume baseball activities until the first week of the regular season.
With Andre Ethier not ready for the start of the season with a herniated disc in his back, Andrew Toles could take advantage of the opportunity and get the bulk of at-bats in left field.
Brandon McCarthy, Hyun-jin Ryu, Alex Wood & Scott Kazmir vying for opening day roster spots.
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Dodgers possess perhaps the deepest 40-man roster in baseball, with players from top to bottom all capable of...