Tag Archives: Nate Eovaldi

Matt Guerrier Injury Delays Decision, But A Bullpen Mess Is In The Making

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With yet another curiously timed injury to a bullpen arm, this time Matt Guerrier, the Dodgers have managed to avoid making a bullpen decision for at least 15 more days. Dodgers reliever Matt Guerrier, signed in part to be the bullpen workhorse, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday because of right elbow flexor tendinitis. Guerrier had an MRI, ... Read More »

Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Notes: Lilly Iffy, Sellers 60%, Hawksworth Setback

Ken Gurnick of MLB.com has a bunch of injury news for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Dodgers pitcher Ted Lilly’s recurring stiff neck is more serious than originally believed and his status for the first series of the regular season is uncertain. It begins. Nate Eovaldi time? In other injury news, infielder Justin Sellers is “60 percent” healed from a skin ... Read More »

Around The Web: Minor League Ball’s Top Prospects, Stan Conte, Jose Abreu

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Minor League Ball: Three Los Angeles Dodgers prospects make Minor League Ball‘s 2012 Top 120 Prospects. Unsurprisingly, they are Zach Lee (75), Allen Webster (106), and Nate Eovaldi (87). ESPN The Magazine: Molly Knight on Dodgers trainer Stan Conte, who wants to banish injuries forever. Grantland: Jonah Keri on Jose Abreu, the best hitter you’ve never heard of. Read More »

Chattanooga Lookouts 2011 Season Review: Pitchers

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Dominican Summer League Dodgers: Pitchers Dominican Summer League Dodgers: Hitters Arizona League Dodgers: Pitchers Arizona League Dodgers: Hitters Ogden Raptors: Pitchers Ogden Raptors: Hitters Great Lakes Loons: Pitchers Great Lakes Loons: Hitters Rancho Cucamonga Quakes: Pitchers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes: Hitters ===== Today I continue my off-season recap of the Los Angeles Dodgers minor league affiliates, moving on to the pitchers ... Read More »

Los Angeles Dodgers land three prospects on Baseball America’s Top 100 list

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Baseball America released their ranking of the Top 100 prospects yesterday and three players from the Los Angeles Dodgers made the cut. Shouldn’t be a surprise that those three were right-handed pitchers Zach Lee, Allen Webster, and Nate Eovaldi. 62 Zach Lee rhp, Dodgers Age: 20. ETA: 2014. Would he have made the difference as Les Miles’ quarterback against Alabama? ... Read More »

Around The Web: 11 bidders remain, Logan White interview, and PITCHf/x player cards

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Los Angeles Times: And then there were eleven. The lineup of Dodgers bidders, as of Wednesday: Magic Johnson/Stan Kasten: Could soon be joined by richest man in L.A., Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong. Rick Caruso/Joe Torre: Not out of the running in the Soon-Shiong sweepstakes. Steven Cohen/Arn Tellem: Cohen about to invest $20 million in Mets, able to spend 75-100 times as ... Read More »

Zach Lee, Nathan Eovaldi, And Allen Webster Land On MLB.com’s Top 100 Prospects List

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Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com has named three members of the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system to his annual Top 100 Prospects list, all of whom are right-handed pitchers. Zach Lee clocked in at #45, Nathan Eovaldi showed up at #70, and Allen Webster rounded out the trio at #74. ===== Zach Lee Statistically speaking: After missing a few weeks with ... Read More »

Los Angeles Dodgers Sign Mike MacDougal To 1 Year/$1 Million Contract + Analysis

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Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports that right-handed reliever Mike MacDougal will return to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012 on a one-year deal worth $650,000. The team has an option for 2013 worth $2.35 million with a buyout of $350,000, meaning he’s guaranteed a cool million dollars. — To begin, let me say that I actually like ... Read More »

2011 Los Angeles Dodgers Season Review: Starting Pitchers

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Clayton Kershaw Was there anyone else to begin this review with? Just 23-years-old and consistently underrated and overlooked by the mainstream media entering 2011, Clayton Kershaw silenced all of his remaining critics with one of the best seasons for a pitcher in recent memory, Dodger or otherwise. Consistent from start to finish, Clayton improved in every respect from his fantastic ... Read More »