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Player Movement

DODGERS REINSTATE RIVERA, OPTION VAN SLYKE LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today reinstated outfielder/first baseman Juan Rivera from the 15-day disabled list after optioning outfielder/first baseman Scott Van Slyke to Triple-A Albuquerque following yesterday’s game at Colorado. Van Slyke, 25, batted .194 with two doubles, a home run and six RBI in 17 [...]

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Log Jam in the Bullpen

With Ronald Belisario due back May 4th and with no options left, the Dodgers will have to activate him or lose him.  Then, we have Mr. Coffey who can come off the DL on Sunday.  Shawn Tolleston is waiting in the wing and Michael Antoini and Nate Eovaldi are  already on the roster.  Then you [...]

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Guerr – Ate!

The Brewers went hungry when Billingsley and Jansen were on the mount, but when anyone whose name started with “Guerr” pitched (Guerrier & Guerra), the Brewers ATE them up.  This is not a column about Tony the Tiger. It would be a knee-jerk reaction to call for a new closer right now – after all, [...]

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The Mac is Back

To no one’s surprise, Mike MacDougal re-signed with the Dodgers, and the complaints have started because he allowed too many inherited runners to score.  A 2.04 ERA ain’t what it used to be in the era of WHIP, FIP and ZIP (OK, I just made that last one up).  I’m not saying Mac is the [...]

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As Hated As Adolph Hitler?

This 2011 version of the Dodgers may be hard to figure out, but I saw a bunch of happy excited young ballplayers last night when Tony Gwynn, Jr. drove in the winning run.  In a season where victories have been few and sometimes, far-between, the Dodgers got another command performance from their Ace, and Tony [...]

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