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10/23/2014 | Report: Bundy to return as third-base coach

Lorenzo Bundy, while managing in the Mexican Winter League, was quoted as saying that he will return as the Dodgers third-base coach in 2015. The Dodgers had no comment on the report, but that is the first indication on the status of any of manager Don Mattingly's coaching staff.

10/23/2014 | Pair of Dodgers get bats going in Fall League victory

Two Dodgers carried the Glendale Desert Dogs to victory on Thursday. Left fielder Scott Schebler delivered a solo home run in the second inning, and Corey Seager pushed home the decisive run with a third-inning double in Glendale's 2-1 victory over the Peoria Javelinas.

10/23/2014 | Four Dodgers among finalists for NL Gold Glove

Dodgers pitchers Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, third baseman Juan Uribe and first baseman Adrian Gonzalez were named as finalists at their positions for the NL Gold Glove Awards.

10/22/2014 | Dodgers' Sweeney just misses cycle in Fall League play

Darnell Sweeney, the No. 13 prospect in the Dodgers' farm system according to, had four hits and four RBIs for the Glendale Desert Dogs on Wednesday in a 10-1 victory over the Peoria Javelinas.

10/22/2014 | Dodgers' Haren has surgery on non-throwing shoulder

Dodgers starter Dan Haren underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left (non-throwing) A/C shoulder joint Wednesday and is expected to be ready for Spring Training.

10/21/2014 | Byrnes takes in AFL game with Dodgers brass

Rumors that the Dodgers will hire Josh Byrnes for a front-office job gained traction Tuesday when he was seen watching an Arizona Fall League game with Dodgers president Stan Kasten and special advisor Pat Corrales. The Dodgers have not confirmed any reports.

10/21/2014 | Mattingly embraces big picture of recent shakeup

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said that last week's front-office shakeup in which Andrew Friedman was hired as president of baseball operations and Ned Colletti was moved to the role of senior advisor hasn't threatened his job security or shaken his belief in the organization's future.

10/18/2014 | Dodgers announce dedication of two new Dreamfields

The Dodgers dedicated their 35th and 36th Dodgers Dreamfields, the club announced Saturday. The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, in partnership with the LA84 Foundation, the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation and Security Benefit, dedicated its 35th and 36th Dodgers Dreamfields at Franklin D. Roosevelt Park in Los Angeles.

10/17/2014 | Dodgers OF prospect Schebler locates HR stroke

Outfielder Scott Schebler has come into his own as a power hitter in the last two years, slugging 27 home runs at Class A in 2013 and leading the Double-A Southern League with 28 homers this year. On Friday night, Schebler connected for his first HR in the Arizona Fall League as Glendale held off Scottsdale, 6-5.

10/17/2014 | Friedman ready to take on high expectations in LA

Following a cross-country voyage from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles this week, Andrew Friedman was introduced Friday at Dodger Stadium as the team's new president of baseball operations.

10/15/2014 | Hunsicker happy to be reunited with Friedman

When Andrew Friedman was promoted to Tampa Bay's general manager in 2005, Gerry Hunsicker was brought in to serve as executive vice president and mentor. Hunsicker joined the Dodgers two years ago as a senior advisor and now is reunited with Friedman, who was named Tuesday to the newly created job of Dodgers president of baseball operations.

10/14/2014 | Bernadina elects free agency

Outfielder Roger Bernadina elected free agency on Tuesday. Bernadina, 30, had cleared waivers and been outrighted to Triple-A, but he had enough Minor League time to leave the organization.

10/14/2014 | Kasten continues Dodgers' evolution with Friedman

Gerry Hunsicker, then senior advisor to Andrew Friedman, was hired away from Tampa Bay two years ago by Dodgers president Stan Kasten. It wasn't hard to imagine that one day Friedman might follow.

10/14/2014 | Colletti ready to help in new advisory role with Dodgers

The Dodgers' hiring of Andrew Friedman to run baseball operations was "purely about the long-term big picture" of the organization and not a reflection on the work of former general manager Ned Colletti, club president Stan Kasten said Tuesday.

10/14/2014 | Dodgers present completely new challenge for Friedman

The Los Angeles Dodgers have just hired a brilliant man, a brilliant baseball executive. Is Andrew Friedman baseball's best general manager? Put it this way: There's no way to have this conversation without including him. He's a rare individual on many levels.

10/14/2014 | Friedman named Dodgers' president of baseball operations

The Dodgers hired Andrew Friedman away from the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday to fill the newly created position of president of baseball operations, with current general manager Ned Colletti becoming a senior advisor to team president Stan Kasten.

10/13/2014 | Fife passes through waivers, continues recovery

Stephen Fife, recovering from Tommy John elbow reconstruction, was outrighted to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday after clearing waivers.

10/9/2014 | Mattingly doesn't expect change in GM's office

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly met with the media Thursday to discuss what went wrong in the postseason and how the club moves forward. He also said he "would be surprised" if there were a change in general manager, amid reports that Ned Colletti's job is in jeopardy.

10/9/2014 | Memorable season overshadowed by abrupt October

The Dodgers earned a second consecutive National League West title, but a first-round exit from the playoffs can only be viewed as a step backward for a team filled with stars.

10/9/2014 | Actress Spreitler joins 'Express Written Consent'

Actress Taylor Spreitler recently discussed her roles and baseball while taking in a game at Dodger Stadium on "Express Written Consent."

10/8/2014 | Lasorda receives Bob Feller Act of Valor Award

Tommy Lasorda, a Hall of Fame manager and one of the great ambassadors of baseball, is one of three recipients of the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award, established in 2013, to honor men who possess the values, integrity and dedication to serving the United States in a manner Feller displayed. Lasorda joins Indians first baseman Nick Swisher and Senior Chief Petty Officer Carl Thompson of the U.S. Navy.

10/8/2014 | Season-long 'pen woes led to Dodgers' disappointing end

A bullpen full of former closers was ultimately unreliable due to injuries and inconsistencies.

10/8/2014 | To McKeon, Beckett a standout competitor

No Marlins complete game is more memorable than Josh Beckett's World Series-clinching gem at Yankee Stadium in 2003. Now 34 and dealing with a torn labrum in his left hip, Beckett announced his retirement after the Dodgers were eliminated by the Cardinals on Tuesday night in the National League Division Series.

10/8/2014 | No relief: Bullpen struggles sink Tigers and Dodgers

The Tigers and Dodgers each entered the postseason with loaded lineups and multiple Cy Young Award winners. Unfortunately for both clubs, their season-long bullpen issues proved to be their fatal flaw.

10/8/2014 | Mattingly does admirable job, doesn't deserve blame

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly understands he'll be the focus of the postmortems. He had 10 different managers during his 14 seasons as a player for the Yankees. Billy Martin had three tours of duty during his time. So Mattingly understands that managers get dismissed for all sorts of reasons and that they get blamed for things they shouldn't be blamed for.

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