Tag Archives: Jose Peraza

Schebler and Joc, a starting path with similar forks

Joc Pederson and Scott Schebler were both drafted by the Dodgers in 2010, they were both left-handed outfielders, and neither were high draft picks. Joc was drafted in the 10th round, and Scott Schebler way back in the 26th round.  They both had high strikeout rates headed into 2018 and they have both dropped their …

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Lamb and Schebler once again

Three years ago I wrote a piece about Jake Lamb and Scott Schebler when they were slugging home runs in the Southern League One thing stood out for me. Jake Lamb and Scott Schebler are the exact same baseball age at 23. 67. Jake Lamb was promoted two weeks ago to be the Diamondbacks starting …

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Is Enrique Hernandez the next Dodger traded?

The current LAD front office has made a habit of trading players they traded for in the first place. With Chris Taylor hitting like a healthy Cory Seager, Charlie Culberson showing that he’ll never embarrass you no matter where you play him, and Darnell Sweeney displaying his versatility, this may leave Enrique Hernandez on the outside …

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Ryu ready before Kazmir

As of Monday morning,  I got this information from rotowire: Ryu is scheduled to pitch in Wednesday’s Cactus League matchup with the Giants, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register reports. but that was based on this tweet from Bill Plunkett. Hyun-Jin Ryu and Scott Kazmir will both pitch on Wednesday, one for #Dodgers in …

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Tyler Chatwood once again dominates on the road

leading the Rockies to a 2 – 0 victory over the Giants.  Chatwood saved his best for last putting up a season high game score of 83.  For the season Chatwood made 13 starts on the road and gave up four runs once, three runs once, and every other game was two runs or less. …

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Schebler & Peraza torment team that traded them to no avail

They both have hit a home run, and they both have hit a double so far this series. In total, they had 14 hits,  while driving in six runs, and scoring six times. It did seem that Peraza was on base every time in the three games he played. Yet the Dodgers still won the …

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