Los Angeles Dodgers

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Dodgers.2506671873.44
NL West4th4th1st1st
National League 7th8th1st5th

Schedule

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3:05 pm EST
Thu Mar 3
at CHW
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3:05 pm EST
Fri Mar 4
at TEX
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3:05 pm EST
Sat Mar 5
ARI
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3:05 pm EST
Sun Mar 6
at SF
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3:05 pm EST
Mon Mar 7
CLE
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3:05 pm EST
Tue Mar 8
at CHC
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3:10 pm EST
Wed Mar 9
at LAA
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3:05 pm EST
Thu Mar 10
at OAK
*
3:05 pm EST
Fri Mar 11
LAA
*
9:05 pm EST
Sat Mar 12
CHC
*
9:40 pm EST
Sat Mar 12
at SEA
*
4:10 pm EDT
Sun Mar 13
at COL

Standings

NL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Los Angeles82-6092-70
San Francisco71-7184-78
Arizona68-7479-83
San Diego67-7574-88
Colorado63-7968-94
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Dodgers' Frankie Montas: Out 2-4 months after rib surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Frankie Montas is out 2-4 months after rib surgery, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.

Montas made his MLB debut in 2015 with the White Sox as both a starter and reliever and was expected to have a shot at the Los Angeles Dodgers ' 25-man roster out of spring training. Given his potential as both a starter and reliever, his role in 2016 could be dictated by need when he recovers. This shouldn't affect the 22-year-old's future potential too much, but it's an ailment that could nag even after he returns.

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Dodgers' Brandon Hicks: Joins Dodgers on minor league deal
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Hicks signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers last week, Baseball America reports.

A .162/.280/.319 first half of 2014 led to Hicks' removal from the Giants' 40-man roster, and he failed to work his way back up in 2015. Now 30, Hicks can't really play shortstop anymore, but he will provide the Triple-A club with a depth option at second base and third in 2016.

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Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu: Lost 20 pounds during offseason
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Ryu (shoulder), who resumed throwing from a mound in mid-January, has reportedly lost 20 pounds this offseason, according to J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News.

Ryu had surgery in May to repair a torn labrum in his pitching shoulder, and the Dodgers haven't offered a timetable for his return. When asked about his recovery after his first mound session in January, Ryu said that he hopes to be ready for Opening Day. Nevertheless, the Dodgers' increased rotation depth affords them extra time if Ryu needs to begin the season on the disabled list and progress through the final stages of his recovery beyond the first week of April. If Ryu is healthy and ready to pitch on Day 1, Alex Wood may end up in the bullpen, or at Triple-A to begin the season, but it would hardly be surprising to see the Dodgers take a cautious approach with Ryu's recovery.

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Dodgers' Alex Guerrero: Might not make 25-man roster
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Guerrero might not make the 25-man roster when the 2016 season rolls around, Steve Dilbeck of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Guerrero briefly appeared to be a breakout star in the early stages of 2015, but a .206/.242/.286 second-half slash line and a lack of natural position left him without a regular role by the end of the season. Now, the Dodgers' build-up of depth in the corners could leave him without a roster spot. The 29-year-old is still owed $10 million over the next two years, but certain clauses in his contract make things much more complicated. He can declare free agency if he is left off the 25-man roster, and he can also end his deal after the season if he is traded away from Los Angeles, so moving him would be very tricky. The power he showed in 2016 should give him a role wherever he ends up, but there is plenty of uncertainty surrounding him right now.

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Dodgers' Jordan Schafer: Could transition to hybrid role
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Schafer, a non-roster invitee to Dodgers camp for spring training, could take on a hybrid role as a defense-first center fielder and a left-handed reliever, MLB.com reports.

The Dodgers reportedly plan to emphasize pitching with Schafer, who has not pitched in a competitive environment since high school. Schafer, now 29, was the Twins' Opening Day center fielder in 2015, but struggled mightily before a knee strain effectively ended his time with the organization. He has hit just .228/.308/.307 in parts of six major league seasons.

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