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With the Winter Meetings rapidly approaching, we could see a major player come to the Dodgers soon. The biggest rumor this offseason for Los Angeles has been centered around Cleveland’s starting pitchers, specifically Trevor Bauer and Corey Kluber. So if the Dodgers are willing to pay up, which one should they go after?
Let’s start with Kluber, the 2-time Cy Young award winner. He is the older of the two, being 32 years old. Last season, he went 20-7 with a solid 2.89 ERA. He also had 222 strikeouts in 215 innings pitched. More importantly, he’s finished among the top 10 in AL Cy Young award balloting in each of the past 5 seasons.
Bauer on the other hand, is just 27 years old, and while he doesn’t have the track record of Kluber, he had a breakout season in 2018, and has room to grow with his young age. In 175 innings pitched last season, he had an incredible 221 punchouts and posted a 12-6 record with a 2.21 ERA. He’s also familiar in the California atmosphere, having come from UCLA.
So if the Dodgers were to acquire one of them, who would you rather have?
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I know this is probably the last post you want to see right now. I know we’re mad. I know we’re disappointed. The Dodgers have just lost their second World Series in a row. But look at how far we came. 9 games back of the division in May. Nobody thought we were even making the postseason. That doesn’t make this loss sting any less than it already does, but it shows how resilient this team is. They may not have been this series, and there are obvious holes to fill, but I truly believe they will come back stronger in 2019.
As for this page, I want to thank all of my followers for sticking with me through the good times and the bad this season. This account had just over 1,000 followers back in April and now we’re at over 3,500. Your support throughout the year was incredible, and is the whole reason I do this. For the future, it will be similar to this year: same posts, same coverage. I’m looking forward to the 2019 season and what lies ahead.
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Tonight, @Dodgers Fans welcomed the @MLBRBI West Regional Tournament Champions, YOUR #DodgersRBI Softball team! We wish you the best of luck in Minnesota at the MLB RBI World Series! Good Luck! #LADetermined
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This season, in partnership with @lacopublicworks, #DodgersRBI players competed by gathering beverage containers and returning them to collection facilities for redemption. Over 46,000 pounds of beverage containers were recycled and over $28,000 in California redemption value money was earned and returned to these athletes, five and ten cents at a time. Last night the top team was recognized on field prior to the game! Way to go “Blue Bombers” from Roosevelt Park! #BiggerThanBaseball@am570lasports@iheartradio@lacountyparks