Last Game Postponed

Mon, May 25
  • Coors Field
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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
SF 0-0 0-0
SD 0-0 0-0
ARI 0-0 0-0
LAD 0-0 0-0
COL 0-0 0-0

Schedule

Regular season
vs PHI
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vs PHI
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vs CLE
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vs CLE
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vs CLE
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@ COL
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@ COL
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@ COL
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@ COL
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@ NYM
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Top Dodgers News

  • Dodgers' Blake Treinen: Could fill flexible relief role

    Treinen could be used as a setup man, high-leverage middle reliever and occasional closer during a potential 2020 season, Cary Osborne of Dodger Insider reports.

    Following a disappointing 2019 campaign, Treinen signed with the Dodgers on a one-year contract in December. While the team's ninth-inning role is firmly held by Kenley Jansen, Treinen's experience as a closer and 2018 dominance could allow him to function as the club's top bullpen option behind Jansen. That could not only lead to a fair amount of holds, it may also put Treinen in the position to register a handful of saves, especially given Jansen's struggles last season and the likelihood of fewer off days during an abbreviated 2020 campaign.

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  • Dodgers' Adam Kolarek: Staying sharp during hiatus

    Kolarek has been throwing a bullpen session "every third day or so" since the start of May, he stated in an interview with John Hartung of Spectrum SportsNet LA.

    Kolarek is at home in Maryland for the time being, but he has been able to access a high school field with the help of a college teammate who is now a local coach. That has allowed the southpaw to maintain a regular throwing schedule in order to build strength in anticipation of a possible return to action. Should a 2020 season take place, Kolarek may face a shift in his role as a new MLB rule is likely to prevent him from being used solely as a left-handed specialist.

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  • Dodgers' Kenley Jansen: Staying ready during hiatus

    Jansen has been working out "every day" and throwing occasional bullpens in anticipation of a resumption of play, he stated in an interview with John Hartung of Spectrum SportsNet LA.

    Jansen's bullpen sessions have been far from traditional -- he explained that they have taken place on the street in front of his home -- but he has nonetheless been able to maintain a consistent workout schedule despite a lack of access to team facilities. If a 2020 season is able to be played, Jansen will once again function as the Dodgers' closer and will look to bounce back from a mildly disappointing 2019 campaign in which he suffered a career-worst eight blown saves.

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  • Dodgers' Terrance Gore: Could benefit from expanded rosters

    Gore has a chance to make the big-league squad if the 2020 season takes place with expanded rosters, Pedro Moura of The Athletic reports.

    The Dodgers signed Gore to a minor-league contract in February, and the veteran was initially considered an extreme longshot to break camp with the club. However, the possibility of expanded rosters could make room for a specialist such as Gore, who has stolen 40 bases in 100 career games. Given Gore's struggles at the plate -- he owns a career .224 batting average -- and the Dodgers' outfield depth, he would likely be used almost exclusively off the bench if he does make the team.

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  • Dodgers' Max Muncy: Staying fresh during hiatus

    Muncy stated that he has been hitting in a cage "a couple times a week" but is "trying not to overdo it" in an interview with John Hartung of Spectrum SportsNet LA.

    "Once things start up...it's going to be a lot of games in a short period of time," Muncy theorized in explaining his rationale for wanting to stay fresh during MLB's hiatus. The 29-year-old is slated to take on a near-everyday role as the Dodgers' starting first baseman in 2020, with occasional time at second base.

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  • Dodgers' Justin Turner: Maintaining limited workouts

    Turner has been hitting off a tee in his backyard and playing catch at a local park, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    With MLB stadiums and facilities mostly shut down, Turner -- like most other players -- has had to rely on home equipment and local spaces to stay in shape. If the 2020 season takes place, the veteran will once again fill an everyday role as the Dodgers' starting third baseman.

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  • Dodgers' Ross Stripling: Maintaining workout schedule

    Stripling has been throwing off a mound twice a week, playing catch every day and lifting weights regularly, Andy McCullough and Pedro Moura of The Athletic report.

    Stripling indicated that he is staying in shape during the MLB hiatus, suggesting that he'd be "as ready as I can be" if spring training were to resume immediately. The right-hander isn't expected to be in the Dodgers' starting rotation at the start of a potential 2020 season, but he is nonetheless an important component on the team's versatile pitching staff.

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  • Dodgers' DJ Peters: No clear path to majors

    Peters has demonstrated prodigious power in the minor leagues, but his route to the majors could be blocked by the Dodgers' outfield depth, Rowan Kavner of Dodger Insider reports.

    There is little doubt about Peters' ability to hit for power -- his 79 home runs over the last three seasons ranks sixth in the minors -- but his outlook is dampened by a modest .254 batting average and troubling 32.5 percent strikeout rate over that period. Further complicating Peters' path to the big leagues in 2020 is a deep Dodger outfield that includes plenty of power from the likes of Mookie Betts, Cody Bellinger and Joc Pederson. Nonetheless, Los Angeles added the 24-year-old to its 40-man roster during the offseason, so it's not infeasible that he could make his major-league debut during the upcoming campaign.

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  • Dodgers' Cody Bellinger: Hitting in cage

    Bellinger has been able to take swings in a batting cage twice per week during MLB's hiatus, he stated in an interview with John Hartung of Spectrum Sportsnet LA.

    In addition to the twice-per-week batting sessions with hitting coach Brant Brown, Bellinger has also been working out in an Arizona gym with teammate Enrique Hernandez. The reigning National League MVP indicated that he is "down for whatever" in terms of rumored plans to restart the season. Bellinger slashed .250/.280/.500 with one home run and four RBI in Cactus League play before spring training was suspended.

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