The Dodgers made it back to the World Series last season but fell short yet again. This time to the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox were able to cruise past the Dodgers and defeat them in five games. In the previous season, the Houston Astros beat the Dodgers in seven games. Could the third time be the charm for LA?
The Los Angeles Dodgers currently have 4 of their top prospects firmly solidified in MLB’s Top 100 Prospects List. The Dodgers farm system ranks as the 8th best in baseball, with at least 4 of their top prospects having the potential to make an impact in 2019. With a deep minor league bench, this team is stacked and should be competitive for years to come.
According to reports from The Athletic the Dodgers and A.J. Pollock have come to an agreement on a 5yr $60 million deal. Pollock can opt out after three years if he reaches a certain number of Plate appearances. The 5th yr option is for $10 million with a 5$ million buyout.
Gary Sheffield was a Right-handed power hitter that was known for having one of the quickest bats in the game. This marks his 5th year on the Hall of Fame ballot. Will he get enough love from the Baseball Writers Association of America to get inducted this year? Continue reading →
Last night the Milwaukee Brewers surprisingly struck a deal with the top remaining catcher on the market. According to multiple reports from The Athletic, Yasmani Grandal and the Brewers came to an agreement on a one-year $18.25 million deal. Continue reading →