Tag Archives: Vidal Nuno

Ex-Dodgers flourish for Tampa for one night

Three ex-Dodgers who now all pitch for Tampa and had seen nothing but tough times put all that behind them for one night as the three combined to pitch a one-hit shutout over the Oakland Athletics. First up was Nathan Eovaldi the fireballing right-hander who was traded by the Dodgers to the Marlins almost exactly …

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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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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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For now, the Dodgers choose Segedin / Eibner over Nuno

In an effort to clear a spot on the 40 man roster for Franklyn Gutierrez the Dodgers traded Vidal Nuno to the Orioles for a Moseley.  Per the Dodgers press release: LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired minor league right-handed pitcher Ryan Moseley from the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for left-handed pitcher Vidal …

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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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