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The Dodgers' Spring Training battle to watch The next five weeks will see lots of shuffling on Major League rosters. Here are the most intriguing positional battles on each of the 30 MLB clubs.

Dodgers say Andrew Toles hasn't reported to spring training because of 'personal matter' The Dodgers announced outfielder Andrew Toles did not report to camp on Monday because he is "dealing with a personal matter." "We aren't sure when Andrew will arrive but he has been in contact with t.

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Inside the Dodgers: The cautionary tale of Julio Urias There are good reasons to believe Urías will come back strong, including his performance in 10 games to end last season. If Urías was a big reason why pitching prospect rankings are being depressed, he can either validate or invalidate the idea that such a serious injury should downgrade the ranking of future pitching prospects.

MLBPA's Clark: Some teams don't justify tickets Players' union head Tony Clark said baseball fans should question whether it makes sense to purchase tickets for some teams, responding to commissioner Rob Manfred's assertion that players have failed.

Kershaw impressive throwing first live BP Clayton Kershaw on Monday was the first Dodger to throw live batting practice this spring, with opposing batters Russell Martin and Josh Thole issuing rave reviews while Kershaw was typically underwhe.

2019 MLB Spring Training battles to watch Stars might put fans in the seats, but baseball is a sport that rewards the most complete clubs. That's what makes Spring Training more than a series of exhibitions; big league jobs are on the line, and they could end up having a major impact on the season-end standings.

Notebook: Martin sees “classic Kershaw, ” Seager progress, pitch clock Nearly a decade has passed since Russell Martin caught Clayton Kershaw in a game, but on Monday morning he saw the same pitcher he's always remembered. Kershaw was among a group of Dodger pitchers throwing live batting practice to hitters, and he threw to catchers Martin and Josh Thole.

Clayton Kershaw strong throwing live BP Clayton Kershaw on Monday was the first Dodger to throw live batting practice this spring, with opposing batters Russell Martin and Josh Thole issuing rave reviews while Kershaw was typically underwhelmed. "He looked great," said Martin, who was last a teammate of Kershaw's in 2010.

MLB Players Association Executive Director Tony Clark Criticizes Commissioner Rob Manfred Over Free Agency Remarks MLB Players Association executive director Tony Clark had a critical response to MLB commissioner Rob Manfred in the wake of his comments about free agency.

Dodgers' Toles fails to report An unspecified personal matter has kept Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles from reporting to camp, with manager Dave Roberts saying Toles "has our full support."

Toles has personal matter, doesn't report to Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles did not report to spring training camp on Monday's voluntary full squad reporting day because of an unspecified personal matter. Manager Dave Roberts said t.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred Announces Pitch Clock Will Be Used During All 2019 Spring Training Games Pitchers in the Grapefruit League and Cactus League will now face a similar restriction, as Manfred announced all Spring Training games will include a 20-second pitch clock, per Gabe Lacques of USA TODAY Sports" The possibility of implementing such a tool was among the topics the league and Players Association recently discussed.

Dodgers notes: Urias viewed as starter, Toles to miss Spring Training With almost the entire Dodgers team having officially reported, here is the latest news and reports out of Camelback Ranch. The biggest piece to come out of Arizona this week is the fact that Andrew Toles will not be reporting to Spring Training. According to Dave Roberts, it's due to a personal matter.

Dodgers News: Cody Bellinger Confident He's 'Still Really Good' Even When Struggling, Thus Warranting Being In Lineup Every Day Cody Bellinger fell victim to platoons in 2018, but believes he should be in the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup every day this season.

Andrew Toles has personal matter, doesn't report to Los Angeles Dodgers - Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles did not report to spring training camp on Monday's voluntary full squad reporting day because of an unspecified personal matter. Manager Dave Roberts said there is no timeline for Toles' arrival. The mandatory reporting date is Saturday.

Dodgers: If Depth is Important Pederson Must not be Traded Joc is your average platoon guy that can be used in a starting role against just one side of the mound. But, those types of players are just as important as the rest especially when your center fielder has a tendency to be hurt. The Dodgers have a player in Pollock who has a tendency to find himself on the injured list.

Lessons Learned from the Past Two World Series Losses Today is the first day that all Dodgers players are to report to camp. All players have reported, with the exception of Andrew Toles. The team told reporters this morning that he was dealing with a personal issue, has been in contact with the team, and has the team's full support.

Blog Kiosk: 2/18/2019 - Dodgers Links and news - Some Odds and Ends Dodger Links - 2/11/2019 - Dodger Links - Some Odds and Ends "There's nothing like wearing a Dodger jersey. There's nothing like it in sports. I don't care that I've never been anywhere else. I don't care. There's nothing like wearing a Dodger jersey." - A.J.

Dodgers Spring Training News: Andrew Toles Not Reporting to Camp In breaking news out of the Dodgers' Spring Training camp, hard-luck, fan favorite, Andrew Toles, has not reported to camp, and there is no timetable on when he will. eval;. The unfortunate part of this story is Toles has a long history of these kinds of situations.

Toles out indefinitely due to personal matter Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles will be out indefinitely while dealing with a personal matter, according to the club.

Andrew Toles out of Dodgers camp indefinitely Toles will be out of camp indefinitely due to "a personal matter." "We aren't sure when Andrew will arrive but he has been in contact with the organization and has our full support," a team spokesman said.

Dodgers Spring Training: Andrew Toles Not In Camp Due To 'Personal Matter' Los Angeles Dodgers 2019 Spring Training is officially underway as pitchers and catchers reported to Camelback Ranch a week ago, and now position players officially arrived for the first time on Monday morning to begin preparing for Saturday's Cactus League opener.

Los Angeles Dodgers: Joc Pederson-White Sox trade creates dream lineup That trade is Joc Pederson to the Chicago White Sox. That rumored deal is still possible, according to the Chicago Tribune. With the Pollock playing center field and the Dodgers having a surplus of left-handed hitters, Joc Pederson naturally became the first on the potential chopping block for the Dodgers.

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