The Dodgers’ 2013 payroll is already around $200 million. Is the Dodgers’ 2013 roster a good roster?
Within: Notes on baseball being interesting.
A tough test ahead for ‘a Dodger team that is a wonder.’
The Dodgers’ winning percentage without Matt Kemp is better than any National League team’s winning percentage.
Questions about a recent Rangers draft pick sends Jason down the rabbit hole.
The disabled list claims a couple more All-Stars.
Matt Kemp might be heading back to the DL after re-aggravating his hamstring injury.
In the midst of an offensive breakout, Adam Jones agrees to a six-year extension.
The Dodgers lose their center fielder, and the Yankees lose their closer.
Though Bryce Harper’s reputation leaves many questioning his maturity, his Nationals teammates have embraced him.
Several teams are hit hard by injuries this weekend, including the Washington Nationals, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Milwaukee Brewers.
Bryce Harper may have been the lead story heading into last Saturday’s game at Chavez Ravine, but there were plenty of other moments that made the night memorable.
Dee Gordon hits his first home run, two bench players push the limits of bad batting, Chris Davis keeps hitting, Clay Hensley exposes the unearned run, Derek Jeter hits cleanly in three of his five at-bats (or does he?), and more.
Bryce Harper’s presence and early contributions gives the Nationals a happy glimpse into the future.