Tag Archives: Adam Liberatore

Ryu and Padres lead Dodgers back to respectability

The Dodgers started the week 5 – 9 and in last place in the NL West. They ended it 10 – 10 winning five of six games, and Hyun-Jin Ryu was a big reason why. Ryu got the Dodger week started on the right foot by winning Tuesday night. That was a win that even …

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Brock or Walker?

With Max Muncy joining the team on Tuesday night, and Adam Liberatore on Wednesday Night, which other Dodger minor leaguers are at the cusp of getting a call? Rich Hill has hit the 10 Day disabled list so the Dodgers have a need for a starting pitcher for at least one game sometime next week.  …

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As Dodgers regroup Walker Buehler makes his 2018 minor league debut

While the Dodgers get a travel day to figure out their offense and why they can’t win when the two best pitchers pitch, the minor league schedule opens with Walker Buehler highlighting the schedule. Buehler is the odds-on favorite to get the first call when the Dodgers need a starter. Heck if Kenley Jansen has …

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Dodgers remove four more

Adam Liberatore, Jake Peter, Dylan Baker, and Donovan Solano were removed from major league camp last night. The only surprise here was Liberatore who I thought would be one of the final cuts. We never got to see much of Dylan Baker but he will head to AAA as rotation depth. He has to prove …

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Bullpen Update

Tom Koehler the pitcher many hoped would replace the arm of Brandon Morrow had his season flushed when he hurt his right shoulder and will be out a minimum of two months. This will have a trickle down effect on the Dodger bullpen since Koehler was already penciled in as a lock. With Dave Roberts …

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Hatcher and Stripling survive final cuts

Adam Liberatore and Josh Fields were optioned to the minors yesterday giving the Dodgers their full pitching staff. Not quite full with Baez headed to the DL. The pitching staff looks set for the time being, but it won’t be long before changes are made. Starting Rotation – Kershaw, Maeda, Hill, Ryu, McCarthy Right-Hand Bullpen …

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Having fun with LAD spring stats

By March 20th it is fun to look at spring stats just because they are the only stats we got to work with.  Hitting: Grandal leads the team in hits with 14 Grandal leads the team in extra base hits with 7 Brett Eibner leads the team in doubles with 4 Erick Mejia has two …

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ha ha ha

If you are going to give up fourteen runs in a game, the best possible time to do it is in the 9th inning of a cactus league game when many of the sold out crowd were already heading home and with names like Istler, Griggs, Paredes, and Hooper. What a hitting parade by the …

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Building the LAD bullpen with BPV

One of the biggest questions headed into spring is who will comprise the LAD bullpen. Last week we looked at who the best options for the rotation were based on the BPV formula used by Baseball HQ to determine skills levels of pitchers. Again, this is how the BPV formula is calculated: Pitching BPV: ((Dominance …

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Adam Liberatore J.P. Howell hand in left handed hand

Adam Liberatore is breaking  LAD scoreless appearance records in 2016 that J.P. Howell was setting in 2015. Adam has appeared in 38 games this year, and given up a run only one time. He’s made 24 straight scoreless appearances. His strand rate is 92%. He’s been what J.P Howell was last year at just about …

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