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Bill Plunkett on Dodgers' rotation depth

Bill Plunkett of the OC Register joins Steve Mason & Andy Kamenetzky to comment on Hyun-jin Ryu's status, the Dodgers starting rotation & what surprised him the most at camp.

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The Red Wings' 25-year streak of playoff appearances ended Tuesday, leaving the Spurs with the longest active streak in the U.S.'s four major sports. The Packers and Patriots lead the NFL, while the Dodgers lead all MLB teams with just four.

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Scully: No plans to view Dodgers Opening Day

Vin Scully says he won't be at Dodgers Stadium for the team's first Opening Day since 1950 without him calling Los Angeles games and is not planning to watch it on TV.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers optioned RHP Josh Fields and LHP Adam Liberatore. There are 41 players remaining in big league camp with six days remaining before Opening Day.

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1dJoe Peta

Predicting Dodgers' 2017 record

The Los Angeles Dodgers won a fourth straight NL West title in 2016 despite a piecemeal rotation. Joe Peta doesn't think the bullpen will bail L.A. out to such a degree in 2017.

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1dDoug Padilla

Dodgers' Urias won't open season in majors

With an eye on limiting his innings early in the season, the Dodgers said Tuesday that Julio Urias will begin the season at extended spring training.

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1dJayson Stark

Why the Dodgers won't win the World Series

The Dodgers aren't winning a World Series without Clayton Kershaw, and counting on a healthy season from an ace who spent 75 days on the DL in 2016 is too much to ask.

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With the Red Wings' postseason streak (25 years) about to end, the Spurs will now have the longest active postseason streak in the four major sports (20 years). The Packers, Patriots (8) and Dodgers (4) are well-behind San Antonio.

Kurkjian's MLB Elite Eight (2:18)
Who is baseball's best young shortstop? (0:37)

BBTN: Which MLB stories will play out as advertised?

A classic story of the introduction of Rangers manager Jeff Banister and pitching coach Doug Brocail follows Buster Olney's conversation with Karl Ravech and Justin Havens about which MLB stories will play out as advertised and more. Plus, Richard Griffin with some "Inside Heat" on the Blue Jays.

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Dodgers P Clayton Kershaw appears to be rounding into regular-season form following a rough spring outing last week. The southpaw is scheduled to start Opening Day for Los Angeles on April 3.


Goodell is misquoted and Joc Pederson laugh

Ryen and Danny talk to Dodgers CF Joc Pederson, Tom Haberstroh on the Tinderization of the NBA and Jalen Rose has very poignant things to say about fathers like LaVar Ball.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Players' union director Tony Clark said communication was made with Dodgers 1B Adrian Gonzalez after Gonzalez was upset over a tie-breaker rule that eliminated his Mexico team from the WBC: "We appreciate Adrian and what he brings to the table, not just for his country, but for our game. We understood the comments that Adrian made and did have dialogue with Adrian understanding where those comments came from and why they came in the fashion that they did and are confident that as the tournament moves forward, and that as our game moves forward, that Adrian's support and his place in the game are in a good place."

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says that a crowd of over 50,000 is expected at Dodger Stadium for Wednesday night's WBC championship game between the United States and Puerto Rico.


Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Puerto Rico manager Edwin Rodríguez says the only pitcher NOT available out the bullpen tonight is Héctor Santiago. Hopes Seth Lugo can give him 5 innings; Lugo will be followed by José Berríos.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

How rare is this Dodger Stadium rain during the WBC semifinal between USA and Japan? The Dodgers have experienced just 17 rainouts in Dodger Stadium history. The last was in April of 2000, giving them a club record 1,374 games since one was last called. Oddly, the club had three consecutive April games rained out in 1988.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Fans might be here to watch Team USA play, but the Giants' Brandon Crawford still got booed during introductions at Dodger Stadium. Dodgers fans are keeping it loyal, at least until Crawford drives in the game winner, or something.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24922nd
On Base Percentage.31918th
Slugging Percentage.40918th
Earned Run Average3.705th
Quality Starts6029th

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