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Dodgers Acquire Brian Dozier

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired second baseman Brian Dozier, according to Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN.

The Dodgers have tried to acquire Dozier in the past, making a big push to land him during the 2016-2017 offseason.

Dozier is playing out the final season of a four-year, $20M he signed with the Minnesota Twins, and the Dodgers are hoping that despite his struggles of late, he can return to form.

The Twins will take on the contract of Logan Forsythe and will receive prospects Luke Raley and Devin Smeltzer in the trade.

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Dodgers Recall Julio Urias

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have recalled left-hander Julio Urias from Triple-A Oklahoma City, marking his first stint in the majors since he underwent shoulder surgery last June.

Urias was one of the major’s 10 best prospects prior to his debut back in 2016, and when he arrived in May of 2016 he posted an impressive 3.39 ERA over 77 innings with 84 strikeouts against only 31 walks, making many believe he would be a building block for the Dodgers’.

His shoulder surgery put everything on hold and will now look to recapture the magic that he flashed in 2016.

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Dodgers Release Adam Liberatore

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have released left-handed reliever Adam Libertore, who was designated for assignment last weeks following the Dodgers’ acquisition of Ryan Madseon via trade from the Washington Nationals, after numerous issues with injuries.

Liberatore, 31, lost much of the 2017 season due to a forearm strain, and although he sports a 2.77 ERa over 13 innings in the majors this season, he owns a 5.19 ERA and a 17-to-6 K/BB ratio this season.

 

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Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig Suspended for Two Games

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Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasile Puig has been suspended for two-games and fined for “fighting and inciting a bench-clearing incident” during a recent confrontation with the San Francisco Giants, according to the Los Angeles Times’ Bill Shaikin.

Additionally, Giants catcher Nick Hundley received a fine. Puig indicated the he would appeal the suspension. If he does, he can keep playing until the appeal is resolved.

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