Dodgers Rumors: Tony Gonsolin Contract Includes Point System For Incentives
The Los Angeles Dodgers avoided an arbitration hearing with Tony Gonsolin by signing him to a two-year, $6.65 million contract extension that runs through the 2024 season.Gonsolin was the only member of the Dodgers' 10 arbitration-eligible players who did not agree to terms by the January 13 exchange deadline.
The Outfielders Are Expected to Lead the Team in Homers
As the 2023 baseball season quickly approaches, it's that time of year people start setting their predictions for who to keep an eye on.According to a recent article from MLB.com, FanGraphs' Steamer projections recently named some of the top hitters (in terms of home runs) to watch out for on each team.
Dodgers News: Fernando Valenzuela's No 34 Will Be Retired This Season
The Dodgers got this one right.On Saturday at Dodger FanFest, in front of a crowd of thousands of Dodger fans, Team President Stan Kasten got on stage for a special announcement.To help with the announcement, he called Dodger legend Fernando Valenzuela to the stage.After a little back and forth, sharing some history about why Valenzuela's jersey has not yet been retired, Kasten made the announcement that Dodgers fans have wanted to hear for decades: The team is retiring Valenzuela's No. 34 jersey.
Plaschke: Dodgers are finally retiring Fernando Valenzuela's number
It is more than digits on a uniform, it is a symbol of community, a monument to connection, a deep blue landmark that has long bonded a city and its baseball team.Thirty-four is the Dodgers ' true magic number.And now, finally, officially, gloriously, it will live forever with Fernando Valenzuela.In a long-awaited move that will rock Chavez Ravine at its Fernandomania roots, the Dodgers announced Saturday that they are retiring Valenzuela's No. 34.
2023 Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Non-Roster Invitees
The Los Angeles Dodgers announced their group of non-roster invitees to 2023 Spring Training, which is comprised of 27 players and includes a blend of top prospects, veterans and organizational depth.Notable Dodgers prospects invited to big league camp are Landon Knack, Bobby Miller and Gavin Stone.
Dodgers To Retire Fernando Valenzuela's No. 34 During 'Fernandomania' Weekend
Los Angeles Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten announced during FanFest at Dodger Stadium that Fernando Valenzuela's No. 34 will be retired during a special three-day celebration dubbed "Fernandomania" weekend from August 11-13 when they host the Colorado Rockies.The festivities will kick off with the Ring of Honor ceremony prior to the series opener on Friday, followed by a collector's edition bobblehead giveaway on Saturday and a replica Valenzuela 1981 World Series ring giveaway before Sunday's finale.
Cartaya Calls Miller and Vargas Future Stars In The League
The Los Angeles Dodgers have one of the best farm systems in the league.Crazy to think about when LA isn't anywhere near a rebuild mode and is still viable to win a World Series title.However, it's still nice to know the Dodgers will be great for a long time barring a trade from someone in the farm system.
Dodgers Sign Miguel Rojas To Contract Extension
The Dodgers and infielder Miguel Rojas have agreed to a contract extension that will keep Rojas in Los Angeles through at least the 2024 season, according to Daniel Alvarez-Montes of El Extrabase ( Twitter link and link to the Spanish-langugage full story).Rojas was already set to earn $5MM in 2023, but this new deal reworks that money into a $3.5MM salary and a $1.5MM signing bonus.
Dodgers News: Miguel Rojas Agrees to 2 Year Extension With LA
The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly agreed to a contract extension with SS Miguel Rojas.Juan Toribio was among those to confirm the initial report about the agreement.Can confirm @DanielAlvarezEE report that the #Dodgers and Miguel Rojas have agreed to a two-year, $11 million extension.There's a club option for the 2025 season.-
Miguel Rojas agrees to two-year contract extension with Dodgers
On the same day he was reintroduced to fans at the Dodgers' FanFest event at Chavez Ravine on Saturday, infielder Miguel Rojas also ensured his return to Los Angeles could last at least a couple of seasons.The Dodgers agreed to a two-year contract extension with Rojas that will cover this season and the 2024 campaign, guaranteeing the 33-year-old at least $11 million.
Fernando Valenzuela's number retirement celebrated by Jaime Jarrin and Julio Urias
Jaime Jarrín summed up the biggest news from the Dodgers FanFest event at Chavez Ravine on Saturday in just one sentence."This," the Dodgers' recently retired Spanish radio voice said after the team announced it would retire Fernando Valenzuela's No. 34 this coming season, "is something overdue."