Joc Pederson

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Dodgers 7, Diamondbacks 4: A Day for the Rookies

Mike titled today’s game thread “let’s give Joc Pederson a chance.” Today, we saw why. Coming into today’s game, Pederson was hitting just .176/.263/.294 in 2015. After today’s 7-4 victory, Pederson is hitting .286/.375/.571. In the third inning, Pederson laced a double down the first base line and scored on a Jimmy Rollins sacrifice fly. He…

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Dodgers’ prospects, as ranked by others

Spring training is well underway and that means prospect season — for the most part — is over. Here’s now Dodger prospects fared on the Top 100+ lists of the five most prominent publications. Dodgers’ prospects in Top 100+ lists Player Baseball America Baseball Prospectus ESPN (Keith Law) FanGraphs MLB.com Average Seager 5 7 5…

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Joc Pederson Destroyed A Baseball

You know, I thought the Will Ferrell stuff would have been tedious today, but it actually turned out to be pretty entertaining. By the time he got to the Dodgers, he entered to throw exactly one pitch, inducing a bunt before pretending to be mad when Don Mattingly came to take him out. (“I throw…

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Your Annual Spring Training Stat Reminder

Spring training games start on Wednesday. There are still several openings left on the roster which players will be fighting for. After a long winter, there’s also the desire to create stories where they might not otherwise exist. That means we’ll be hearing a lot about spring training statistics over the next few weeks. Of…

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Four Dodgers Make Keith Law’s Top 100 List

It’s prospect ranking season, and that’s good, because the Dodgers have some prospects. (Dustin’s organizational countdown will continue with 30-21, coming later this morning.) Among my favorite prospect writers is ESPN’s Keith Law, who put out his Top 100 prospects today. If you want to read the full writeups, you can pay for Insider. (I’m…