Another K

October 31, 2018

I was wrong. Imagine that. I predicted a 3-K series in which Kershaw, Kenley and Kemp would play significant roles in the Dodgers play-off push. Perhaps their roles were significant in the final outcome but not in the manner I had envisioned.   Clayton demonstrated to us that he is not the Clayton of days gone by for whatever reason. One does question his health as at age-30 he should not…

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2018 Ogden Raptors Year in Review

September 27, 2018

In 2017 the Dodgers affiliate in Ogden won their first Pioneer League championship  since the Raptors were born in 1994. They were after a repeat championship in 2018 and came oh so close qualifying for a play-off berth with a 26-12 record in the first half of the season. They finished the season with a league best 46-30 record. However, a second consecutive championship was not to be. They dropped…

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Another French Canadian Reliever For The Dodgers?

March 16, 2018

Last week DC discussed a Dodger reliever from every level in the organization.  Every reliever on that list has the potential to be at least a MLB middle reliever.  Some may become high leverage relievers.  Zach Pop was certainly drafted last year for just that reason.  One other that I started to follow last year in the DSL was Elio Serrano, who could be special.  But at 19 he has…

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Dodger Chatter: Relief is on the Way

March 6, 2018

What is the value of each  minor league player? That is, how important is each player? For me, the answer to the question is that none are more important than others. Sure, we like to see prospect lists with rankings but perhaps we should  look at team rosters and draft lists, players that are signed as non-drafted free agents and minor league players signed after being released by other teams….

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