Walt Weiss’ bunts, Tim Hudson’s longevity, Robbie Erlin’s future and Trevor Cahill’s present are on R.J.’s mind.
Ben and Zachary talk to David Lazarus about the Dodgers and baseball’s broadcast bubble, then answer emails about Scott Boras, Brian Cashman, the AL East, and more.
A look at prospects in the California and Eastern leagues, including Corey Seager and Julio Urias.
A division can’t be won or lost in the first week, but these teams did have relatively hefty playoff-odds swings already.
How the Dodgers were defeated, and what to watch for today.
Ben and Sam preview the Dodgers’ season with Doug Thorburn, and Nick talks to Los Angeles Times Dodgers beat writer Dylan Hernandez (at 25:52).
Part five in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.
Eyes on Julio Urias, Nick Williams, Christian Arroyo and others.
In case you weren’t awake for baseball’s opening series (or even if you were), R.J. has you covered: Kershaw, Trumbo, Goldschmidt, and all the action that mattered.
News from spring training on Mike Carp, the Dodgers’ second-base battle, and Atlanta’s Tommy La Stella.
The Mariners get a closer, the Diamondbacks sign Bronson Arroyo, and Paul Maholm goes cheap.
The league’s highest-payroll team is loaded with fantasy goodness.
A solid farm system will support a good, young big-league club.
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
Dueling reports on the league’s best pitcher.
Ben and Sam discuss Clayton Kershaw’s extension with the Dodgers.