1/24/2015 | Adrian to help Dodgers launch weeklong caravan
First baseman Adrian Gonzalez will appear at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles on Monday as the 12th annual Dodgers Community Service Caravan kicks off.
1/23/2015 | Korean group reportedly aims to buy minority share of Dodgers
A Korean consortium is negotiating to purchase a minority stake in the Dodgers from Guggenheim Baseball Management, according to multiple reports. The Dodgers have not confirmed the reports.
1/22/2015 | Autograph-session tickets for LA FanFest on sale Friday
A limited number of autograph-session tickets for the Jan. 31 FanFest at Dodger Stadium will be available for sale online Friday at 10 a.m. PT for $20 via dodgers.com/fanfest.
1/22/2015 | Dodgers' open house to showcase season ticket mini-plans
The Dodgers will hold an open house on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. PT for potential buyers of season ticket mini-plans.
1/20/2015 | Vision takes Dodgers' system in new direction
Concurrent with last week's Player Development Camp held at Dodger Stadium for three dozen Minor Leaguers, the Dodgers brought in Minor League managers and coordinators for an introduction to a new way of organizational thinking under Andrew Friedman, the president of baseball operations.
1/18/2015 | Dodgers ink Bedard to Minor League contract
The Dodgers have signed veteran left-hander Erik Bedard to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training. Bedard, 36, went 4-6 with a 4.76 ERA in 15 starts during the 2014 season for Tampa Bay.
1/16/2015 | FanFest on Jan. 31 to be held inside Dodger Stadium
This year's Dodgers FanFest, to be held Saturday, Jan. 31, will take place for the first time inside Dodger Stadium and not in the parking lot. Entrance to the event is free.
1/16/2015 | Dodgers avoid arbitration, strike deals with trio
The Dodgers reached agreements with pitchers Kenley Jansen and Juan Nicasio and infielder Justin Turner on one-year contracts Friday, avoiding arbitration hearings for 2015.
1/15/2015 | Bradley University names school for Steiner
Bradley University has named its nationally renowned sports communication program in honor of Dodgers play-by-play announcer Charley Steiner.
1/15/2015 | Heisey, Dodgers agree to 1-year deal, avoid arbitration
LOS ANGELES - The Dodgers and outfielder Chris Heisey reached a Thursday agreement on a one-year contract for $2.16 million, avoiding salary arbitration.
1/14/2015 | Mattingly addresses center-field battle, roster reshaping
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said rookie Joc Pederson won't be handed the center field job and that he "absolutely" expects veteran Andre Ethier to be with the club in Spring Training competing for playing time.
1/13/2015 | Ellis avoids arbitration, signs for $4.25 million
Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis beat the deadline to file for arbitration on Tuesday by agreeing to a one-year, $4.25 million contract for 2015.
1/13/2015 | Baker to get Lasorda Award at star-studded event
Dusty Baker will receive the Tommy Lasorda Managerial Achievement Award at Dennis Gilbert's 12th annual Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation Awards Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
1/12/2015 | More cerebral LA development camp features top prospects
The Dodgers opened their annual Winter Development Camp on Monday with a list of 27 invitees that included top pitching prospect Julio Urias but not top infield prospect Corey Seager.
1/12/2015 | Dodgers finalize Minor League coaching staffs
After radically reshaping the front office, the Dodgers announced their Minor League staff for 2015 with only a handful of changes, including the addition of a third coach at all levels.
1/9/2015 | Top prospects among Dodgers' spring invitees
The Dodgers announced 17 non-roster players who will be invited to Spring Training on Friday, including top prospects Corey Seager, Julio Urias and Chris Anderson, all of whom will be taking part in their first Major League camp.
1/9/2015 | Dodgers Spring Training tickets on sale Monday
Dodgers single-game Spring Training tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. PT Monday and can be purchased online at Dodgers.com/Spring or over the phone at 800-905-3315.
1/8/2015 | Dodgers add former closer Santos on Minors deal with invite
The Dodgers announced the signing of one-time closer Sergio Santos to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training on Thursday.
1/8/2015 | Mattingly: LA 'more of a team' after roster turnover
New management turned over half the roster, including the trade of Matt Kemp to division rival San Diego. But Dodgers manager Mattingly said he's been consulted on every move and agrees with CEO Stan Kasten and president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman that the club will function better in 2015 and beyond.
1/8/2015 | Spring workout dates announced for all clubs
Spring is officially on the horizon. Major League Baseball announced the first Spring Training workout dates for all 30 of its clubs on Thursday. Pitchers and catchers for the reigning World Series champion Giants -- along with the Phillies, Pirates and Reds -- will be the first to work out, with a Feb. 19 start date. Thirteen other clubs will work out pitchers and catchers for the first time the following day.
1/8/2015 | Brotherly bond helped Pedro on path to Cooperstown
From their days in the Dominican Republic to being Major League teammates on the Dodgers and Red Sox, Ramon Martinez was always there to guide his younger brother, Pedro.
1/7/2015 | Rollins settles in under the LA spotlight
The Dodgers on Wednesday evening introduced one of several fresh faces who will take the field for the club in 2015. Jimmy Rollins, acquired from the Phillies last month, donned his No. 11 Dodgers uniform for the first time.
1/7/2015 | Kershaw, Trout honored as LA's top sportsmen
Angels outfielder Mike Trout and Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday were named as the Los Angeles Sports Council's 2014 Sportsmen of the Year.
1/6/2015 | Sheffield not elected to Hall in first year on ballot
Gary Sheffield said in November that it was an honor to be considered for the Hall of Fame. He received votes on 64 out of 549 ballots submitted, or 11.7 percent. It was more than enough to keep him on the ballot for next year, but not nearly enough to make him a serious candidate for induction for now.
1/6/2015 | Pedro's lofty accomplishments belied his small stature
Pedro Martinez was small in stature, but large in performance. His nicknames indicated both aspects: the diminutive "Petey" and the great performer "El Grande." He was one of those rare pitchers who combined both power and exquisite command.
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