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  1. #121
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    It was a lot more than I thought he would get, but much like how the arbitration numbers came in at, Dodgers are awarding their own.

    We are absolutely deep now and I would guess pretty much done.

    2021 Defending Champion Los Angeles Dodgers

    Lineup

    RF Mookie Betts (R)
    SS Corey Seager (L)
    3B Justin Turner (R)
    CF Cody Bellinger (L)
    C Will Smith (R)
    1B Max Muncy (L)
    LF A.J. Pollock (R)
    2B Gavin Lux (L)

    Extended Bench

    IF Chris Taylor (R)
    IF Edwin Rios (L)
    IF Sheldon Neuse (R)
    IF Zach McKinstry (L)
    IF Jacob Amaya (R)*
    C Austin Barnes (R)
    C Keibert Ruiz (S)
    OF Matt Beaty (L)
    OF Zach Reks (L)
    OF D.J. Peters (R)
    OF Luke Raley (L)

    Rotation

    RHP Walker Buehler
    LHP Clayton Kershaw
    RHP Trevor Bauer
    LHP David Price
    RHP Dustin May
    LHP Julio Urias
    RHP Tony Gonsolin
    RHP Mitchell White
    RHP Jimmy Nelson*
    RHP Gerardo Carrillo
    RHP Edwin Uceta
    RHP Josiah Gray*

    Bullpen

    RHP Kenley Jansen
    RHP Blake Treinen
    RHP Corey Knebel
    LHP Victor Gonzalez
    RHP Brusdar Graterol
    LHP Scott Alexander
    RHP Joe Kelly
    LHP Garrett Cleavinger
    RHP Brandon Morrow*
    LHP James Pazos*
    RHP Dennis Santana
    LHP Alex Vesia
    RHP Andre Jackson

    60-day DL: LHP Caleb Ferguson, RHP Tommy Kahnle


    Absolutely loaded....

  2. #122
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkt42 View Post
    It was a lot more than I thought he would get, but much like how the arbitration numbers came in at, Dodgers are awarding their own.

    We are absolutely deep now and I would guess pretty much done.

    2021 Defending Champion Los Angeles Dodgers

    Lineup

    RF Mookie Betts (R)
    SS Corey Seager (L)
    3B Justin Turner (R)
    CF Cody Bellinger (L)
    C Will Smith (R)
    1B Max Muncy (L)
    LF A.J. Pollock (R)
    2B Gavin Lux (L)

    Extended Bench

    IF Chris Taylor (R)
    IF Edwin Rios (L)
    IF Sheldon Neuse (R)
    IF Zach McKinstry (L)
    IF Jacob Amaya (R)*
    C Austin Barnes (R)
    C Keibert Ruiz (S)
    OF Matt Beaty (L)
    OF Zach Reks (L)
    OF D.J. Peters (R)
    OF Luke Raley (L)

    Rotation

    RHP Walker Buehler
    LHP Clayton Kershaw
    RHP Trevor Bauer
    LHP David Price
    RHP Dustin May
    LHP Julio Urias
    RHP Tony Gonsolin
    RHP Mitchell White
    RHP Jimmy Nelson*
    RHP Gerardo Carrillo
    RHP Edwin Uceta
    RHP Josiah Gray*

    Bullpen

    RHP Kenley Jansen
    RHP Blake Treinen
    RHP Corey Knebel
    LHP Victor Gonzalez
    RHP Brusdar Graterol
    LHP Scott Alexander
    RHP Joe Kelly
    LHP Garrett Cleavinger
    RHP Brandon Morrow*
    LHP James Pazos*
    RHP Dennis Santana
    LHP Alex Vesia
    RHP Andre Jackson

    60-day DL: LHP Caleb Ferguson, RHP Tommy Kahnle


    Absolutely loaded....
    It just keeps getting deeper and deeper. I don't doubt that some of the more active teams this offseason have improved, but it's something entirely different to add 1 or 2 pieces to an already functioning and highly productive roster.

    It's a great time to be a Dodger fan!

  3. #123
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    7-inning doubleheaders and extra-inning runners are a huge turn-off for me.

    Future Hall of Shamers:
    (1) B.A.L.C.O. Barroids (2) Mark McJuicer (3) Jose Chem-seco (4) Rafael Palmeiroids (5) Ken Chem-initi (6) Jason Gi-andro (7) Ryan Fraud (8) Muscle Melk (9) Woman-Ram (10) Shammy Sosa (11) Roger Clear-mens (12) A-Roid (13) Ryan HGHoward

  4. #124
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdave View Post
    7-inning doubleheaders and extra-inning runners are a huge turn-off for me.
    I have to confess, I am usually not one for drastic changes to the game. I absolutely prefer the National League game to the American League game in regards to the DH, and the associated strategic components for each league.

    With last year's changes, I didn't hate the DH, and I didn't hate the 7 inning double headers. I thought I would, but I didn't. Maybe I was just pacified by the fact that we had some baseball to watch, who knows.

    I think the runner on 2nd is still too gimmicky for my taste, and the 3 hitter minimum is strange as well. I can live with the DH in the NL even though I have hated the idea forever, I think the reality of the transition would not be that bad.

    As a Dodger fan, the DH, AND the 3 hitter minimum probably helped Dave Roberts with his itchy trigger finger in over managing at times.

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