Dodgers Provide Injury Update on Max Muncy After Leaving Game Early
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by Noah Camras
19m ago
The Los Angeles Dodgers have provided an injury update on Max Muncy, who left Wednesday’s Cactus League game early after getting hit by a pitch on the left hand. Muncy has a left hand contusion, and is considered day-to-day. Muncy suffered the injury in the top of the first inning, but was able to stay in the game to run the bases and play defense. However, before his second at-bat in the top of the fourth inning, Muncy was replaced by the pinch-hitting Austin Gauthier. Muncy will undergo X-Rays on Thursday, per manager Dave Roberts, but the team doesn’t sound too worried about his status. Th ..read more
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Shohei Ohtani Has Harsh Review for Yoshinobu Yamamoto’s Dodgers Debut
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by Maren Angus
2h ago
After completing his first Cactus League outing on Wednesday against the Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto fielded questions from media members. He was asked how he felt after his debut and his answer was a simple, “relieved.” When his teammate Shohei Ohtani was asked what he thought of Yamamoto’s debut, Ohtani responded with a harsh criticism saying it was just, “so-so.” Yoshinobu Yamamoto on how he’s feeling after his spring debut for the Dodgers: “Relieved.” As for Shohei Ohtani’s evaluation of his outing? “So-so,” Yamamoto said with a laugh. — Fabia ..read more
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Max Muncy Exits Dodgers Cactus League Game Early After Being Hit By Pitch
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by Noah Camras
2h ago
Dodgers third baseman Max Muncy has exited the Dodgers’ Cactus League game early on Wednesday. Muncy was hit by a pitch on the hand in the first inning, but was able to stay in to run the bases and field. However, when Muncy’s spot in the lineup came up in the top of the fourth inning, Austin Gauthier pinch-hit for him. The SportsNet LA broadcast showed Muncy in the dugout looking at his hand, which the team wrapped in the top of the second inning — but it was unwrapped now that he’s exiting the game. Max Muncy exited the Dodgers game in the top of the 4th inning after being hit by a pitch ..read more
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Yoshinobu Yamamoto Highlights: New Dodgers Star Shines in Cactus League Debut
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by Maren Angus
2h ago
The highly-anticipated Cactus League debut for Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto began with a 95 mph fastball and ended with a disgusting splitter. He threw 19 pitches with 16 for strikes. Yamamoto, who has received rave reviews from his teammates after live batting practice sessions, only gave up one hit in his two innings of work on Wednesday against the Texas Rangers. He opened the bottom of the first inning with a strikeout of Marcus Semien that was Shohei Ohtani-approved. Ohtani made the trip to Surprise Stadium to watch his teammate make his MLB debut. First strikeout for ..read more
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Shohei Ohtani Traveled With Dodgers to Watch Yoshinobu Yamamoto’s Debut
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by Noah Camras
3h ago
Yoshinobu Yamamoto is getting set to make his Cactus League debut for the Dodgers on Wednesday, and he has a very special guest in the dugout to watch him. Shohei Ohtani traveled with the Dodgers from Camelback Ranch to Surprise Stadium to watch his teammate and fellow Japanese superstar make his MLB debut in Cactus League play. Ohtani confirmed to Kirsten Watson of SportsNet LA that he traveled with the team to support Yamamoto in his debut. Shohei Ohtani is in the Dodgers dugout to watch Yoshinobu Yamamoto make his Cactus League debut. This is a road game for the Dodgers, so Ohtani trave ..read more
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Dodgers Reached Out to Veteran Outfielder in Free Agency: Report
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by Maren Angus
3h ago
Keven Kiermaier has played his entire career on artificial turf and thought he was going to find a team in the offseason that played on grass. The Dodgers were reportedly one of the teams who reached out to him early in free agency. “At age 33, his body requested a change in surface. He had options, too. The Twins called and had steady dialogue with his representatives. The Dodgers — and their famously pristine lawn — made an early inquiry. The Cubs and Giants checked in.” Jon Morosi via MLB.com In the end, Kiermaier chose to return to Toronto on a one-year, $10.5 million contract because of ..read more
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Dodgers Free Agent Signs MiLB Deal With AL East Squad: Report
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by Noah Camras
4h ago
Los Angeles Dodgers free agent infielder Kolten Wong has agreed to terms on a minor league deal with the Baltimore Orioles, per MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand. The Orioles have agreed to terms on a Minor League contract with INF Kolten Wong, who will join the club in big-league camp. — Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand) February 28, 2024 Wong, 33, finished the 2023 season with the Dodgers after signing a minor league deal with L.A. in August. Wong appeared in 20 games with the Dodgers in the regular season, slashing .300/.353/.500 with two home runs and eight runs batted in. His impressive play even earne ..read more
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Dodgers Notes: Shohei Ohtani Homers in Debut, Reacts to First Game, Could He Play Outfield in 2024?
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by Noah Camras
9h ago
Tuesday, February 27 was the day of Shohei Ohtani for the Dodgers. Ohtani made his highly-anticipated Cactus League debut, and needed just three at-bats to make his presence known. He hit a two-run home run in his third at-bat of the spring, and spoke to reporters after the game about how he’s feeling and his current progress. Interestingly enough, he also told Japanese reporters that he brought an outfield glove with him to camp. Here’s all the top Dodgers headlines from a busy Tuesday: VIDEO: Watch Shohei Ohtani’s First Home Run As a Dodger Shohei Ohtani Reacts to First Dodgers Home Run, Pr ..read more
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Tyler Glasnow Confirms He’ll Be Ready to Pitch in Dodgers’ Opening Series in Korea
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by Kevin Skinner
20h ago
The Dodgers’ season-opening series against the San Diego Padres is quickly approaching. In less than a month, these teams will kick off the 2024 baseball season in Seoul, South Korea. While Andrew Friedman and the front office are still putting the finishing touches on the roster, the Dodgers are already lining up their preferred starters set for both games. In some order, Tyler Glasnow and Yoshinobu Yamamoto should take the mound for Los Angeles. When asked about his feelings towards starting in these games and the expected workload, Glasnow told Bill Plunkett of the Southern California News ..read more
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Dodgers News: Walker Buehler Takes Huge Step in Recovery
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by Ricardo Sandoval
22h ago
On Tuesday, all eyes were on Los Angeles Dodgers superstar Shohei Ohtani and his first spring training game donning the Dodger blue. Although the attention was on Ohtani, and deservedly so, another Dodger accomplished a significant milestone on Tuesday on the backfields. Right-handed starting pitcher Walker Buehler threw his first live batting practice of spring in Dodgers camp. Here are videos, courtesy of Jack Harris of the LA Times and Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic. Walker Buehler facing Miguel Vargas. pic.twitter.com/48lJHQSGXH — Fabian Ardaya (@FabianArdaya) February 27, 2024 In oth ..read more
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