As trade talks heat up and roster movement starts to play a big role in team success, Crash Course is back with another round-up from around the game.
by: Jason Martinez — MLB Trade Rumors 15 Jun
ROSTER MOVES BY TEAM (June 13th-June 14th) NATIONAL LEAGUE ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS | Depth Chart Reinstated from Paternity List: C Jeff Mathis Activated …
by: Bill Plunkett — Orange Country Register 14 Jun
President of baseball operations expects the team to get healthy starting pitchers back over the next month, so starting pitching is not expected to be a need as the trade deadline approaches.
by: Eric Stephen — SB Nation: True Blue LA 14 Jun
The Dodgers finish off a two-game interleague series against the Rangers on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium.
by: Alex Campos — Dodgers Digest 14 Jun
The Dodgers continued their torrid hitting last night, scoring seven runs in the fourth inning off B
by: Andy McCullough — Los Angeles Times 14 Jun
In what could be his final test before rejoining the Dodgers rotation, Rich Hill is scheduled to pitch a rehab assignment on Thursday with Class A Rancho Cucamonga. Hill has not pitched in a game since May 19, when a blister on his left middle finger...
by: N/A — MLB: Dodgers 14 Jun
LOS ANGELES -- It was a busy Wednesday for recovering Dodgers pitchers, as Kenta Maeda was activated off the disabled list, Clayton Kershaw threw a bullpen session and Rich Hill was cleared for a Minor League rehab start. Maeda was activated off the...
Dodgers Activate Kenta Maeda From 10-Day Disabled List, Option Daniel Corcino To Triple-A Oklahoma City
by: Daniel Starkand — DodgerBlue 13 Jun
The Los Angeles Dodgers activated Kenta Maeda off the 10-day disabled list and optioned Daniel Corcino back to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 13 Jun
Joc Pederson, Max Muncy and Yasiel Puig homered off ageless wonder Bartolo Colon, and the Los Angeles Dodgers broke loose for seven runs in the fourth inning to rout the last-place Texas Rangers 12-5
by: Oscar Martinez — LA Dodger Report 13 Jun
Colon, Beltre Visit LA. Dodgers Welcome Them with Plenty of Bombs