Tag Archives: Jose De Leon

Can Dustin May break any of these LAD debut Game scores?

The Dodgers best pitching prospect will make his debut tonight at Dodger Stadium against the San Diego Padres, so I thought it might be a good idea to look at the best scores for a rookie debut, for a rookie debut at Dodger Stadium, for a rookie debut against the Padres,  for a rookie debut …

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Mitch White coming out party

The spring has been a buzz with what Mitch White brought to the Dodger banquet of all worldly pitching prospects and yesterday he showed major league hitters what might be in store for them in future. You would think that a 20-year-old phenom would still be the talk of the town, but Julio Urias is …

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Rotation attrition hits acceptable levels

The Dodger rotation depth headed into spring was eleven deep which was what allowed the front office to trade Jharel Cotton / Frankie Montas / Grant Holmes / Jose DeLeon / Chase De Jong over the past eight months. That and  Walker Buehler /  Yadier Alvarez / Trevor Oaks / Imani Abdullah / Mitchell White. …

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MLB Top 100 Prospects – Five Dodgers crack the list

The top 100 MLB prospect list The Dodgers: 13  – Cody Bellinger 49 – Yadier Alvarez 61 – Alex Verdugo 82 – Willie Calhoun 93 – Walker Buehler Dodger Prospects traded in the past year: 33  – Jose De Leon – Tampa Bay via Logan Forsythe trade 85 – Grant Holmes – Oakland via Rich …

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Rotational Depth?

Depending on who you ask the Dodgers have plenty of pitching or not enough. This comes up because as the Dozier talks heat up I hear several arguments. The Dodgers should be targeting more pitching not hitting The Dodgers should not be trading almost major league talents like De Leon and Stewart for hitting even …

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Kenley Jansen

was a bit of a baseball fairy tale story. A light switch-hitting minor league catcher with a gun for an arm who first gained notoriety when he played in the 2009 World Cup for the Dutch and was seen throwing out baserunners from his knees. The Dodgers converted him to a pitcher that summer and …

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Year of the Rookie

Unless something happens significantly in the postseason, the 2016 LAD season will always be known as the year of the rookie. The Dodgers got an MVP type season from their rookie shortstop. Corey Seager will make the postseason roster. The Dodgers got 1190 plate appearances from rookie position players The Dodgers got 432 innings from …

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See you in March, Mr. McCarthy

Any chance of Brandon McCarthy making the postseason roster went up in smoke last night. A sad ending to a tough year for the good-natured McCarthy. He started the season in rehabilitation over the TJ surgery he had last spring and surprised everyone by being able to pitch his first major league game of 2016 on …

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No one expected the cavalry to be the kiddie corps

but that is what happened when the original calvary all came up lame while Clayton was shelved. At first, it was going to be Ryu then McCarthy, then Anderson. None of them survived their charge and all went back to the DL they came from.  Instead, it was rookies Urias / Stewart / Stripling who rode …

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This is insane!!! De Leon / Urias / Kershaw

Pitching in Yankee Stadium in the middle of September, in the middle of a pennant race. Sure, we all envisioned this could happen in 2018, optimistic folk might have felt it could happen in 2017. Yet, this is 2016. The future is already here and it came blazingly fast On the mound last night was …

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