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2018 Schedule
Ohtani roughed up by Rockies (1:04)

BBTN: Cubs refocused, surprise MVP candidate

Buster and Karl Ravech discuss the narratives of early 2018 including a refocused Cubs squad, a surprise MVP candidate in the AL and more (6:26). Plus, Jessica Mendoza's camp observations (28:04) and Ryan Divish with some "Inside Heat" on the Mariners (40:14).


BBTN: Greinke, Judge's Comments, Rules Changes

Before a chat with Cardinals OF Tommy Pham (37:18), Buster and Dave Schoenfield discuss Zack Greinke's injury, Aaron Judge's comments on Manny Machado, pace of play initiatives in the minor leagues and more (7:46). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (31:30).

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Dodgers renew Bellinger, Seager contracts

The Dodgers have renewed the contracts of 2017 NL Rookie of the Year Cody Bellinger for $585,000 and of 2016 NL Rookie of the Year Corey Seager for $605,000.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager played in the ‘B' game today at Camelback Ranch, his first action in the field of the spring. He had two chances during the outing, both times making smooth throws to first. Afterward, he said his elbow is fine and is hopeful that will be the case for the long haul. Dave Roberts talked this morning about resting Seager from time to time during the season, a plan the young star said he's not on board with, as you'd expect. Seager also reminded us why we pay such close attention: He went deep in his first plate appearance.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenley Jansen threw a clean inning in a ‘B' game for the Dodgers this morning. Jansen reported no problems with the sore hamstring that's had him sidelined lately. Jansen used the outing to work on his slider, throwing nine of them during the brief stint. He's slated to pitch again on Thursday.

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Dodgers closer Jansen scratched (hamstring)

Dodgers pitcher Kenley Jansen was scratched from what was supposed to be his first big spring game with an injured hamstring. Jansen battled flu-like symptoms earlier in spring training.


BBTN: Judge's Derby, Acuna's brilliance, Ohtani, more

Buster Olney and Keith Law discuss Aaron Judge's HR Derby decision, Ronald Acuna's promise, the Dodgers' Ohtani grudge and more (7:19). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (30:34) and Jesse Rogers on his new book profiling Joe Maddon (34:04).


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The Dodgers are "aggressively working" to bring the MLB All-Star Game back to L.A. in 2020.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Chicago White Sox lineup against the Dodgers, with Clayton Kershaw starting today.

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The most intriguing thing at every Cactus League camp

From L.A.'s outfield crowd to a slimmed-down Kyle Schwarber, managers and executives from the 15 teams training in Arizona share what has caught their attention early this spring.

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Kershaw classic as Seager brothers square off

The Dodgers-Mariners spring game saw classic Clayton Kershaw, who retired three hitters on 11 pitches, and brothers Corey and Kyle Seager face each other for the first time.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Dave Roberts on the pressure of repeating the success of 2017 and expectations of managing in Los Angeles: "It comes with the job. In our market to be under the microscope and have high expectations — that's the way it should be. It holds everyone accountable to understand each day is important."

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Lefty Watson reaches deal with Giants

Relief pitcher Tony Watson has reached an agreement with the Giants. The former All-Star with the Pirates was traded to the Dodgers last season at the July 31 deadline.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts on the club overcoming the pain of losing Game 7 of the World Series: "I think that each team, each player is going to use that experience in a different way. The feeling of being so close and losing a Game 7 is certainly fuel."

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Chase Utley's new contract with the Dodgers isn't official yet, but it's getting close to a conclusion. "The cleats are in his locker," said manager Dave Roberts. "The glove hasn't arrived. He keeps that close to the vest. But I assume we'll see (No.) 26 here soon."

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2826th
On Base Percentage.3516th
Slugging Percentage.5123rd
Earned Run Average5.6924th
Quality Starts0Tied-3rd