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How Old Is Too Old For the Dodgers Infield?

ESPN’s Buster Olney has recently been ranking his annual Top 10s — rotations, defense, outfields, etc. — and unsurprisingly, the Dodgers fared pretty well. Far more surprisingly, they showed up as the No. 2 overall infield. I guess it felt unexpected because there’s no true superstar in this group — there’s no Jose Abreu or…

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Why the Dodgers should be after Chase Headley

I’ve been a Chase Headley fan for a few years now. He’s undoubtedly one of the best third basemen in baseball, yet he won’t get paid like it. So, the Dodgers should absolutely be in on him. After seeing Pablo Sandoval sign for $95 million and seeing Jim Bowden project Headley to get a 3-year,…

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Dodgers 3, Rockies 2: Missed You, Juan Uribe

Zack Greinke: still the best. I say that even though he ran into some trouble in the eighth inning, allowing Justin Morneau to triple in the tying run, because Greinke came into Coors and was really better than any pitcher at this stupid park had any business being. Over the first seven innings, only two Rockies…

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Who Gets Cut When Juan Uribe Is Activated?

Hey, remember that guy up above? It’s our old friend Juan Uribe — yep, still sounds weird to say that — and we haven’t seen him in over a month thanks to a hamstring injury. He’s been rehabbing at Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, and is expected to be activated tomorrow when the Dodgers return home to…