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Los Angeles Dodgers State Of The Union For 2016

The Dodgers need to start spending money like right now, otherwise they stand to jeopardize themselves winning a 4th straight NL West title in 2016. Both the Giants and D'Backs have signed ace pitchers this year, and added another good Starting Pitcher besides the point. The club does have several young pieces and Depth at Roster to pull off a blockbuster trade forth coming - or they still have enough resources to acquire players for their 2016 run. The clock is officially ticking gentelmen

The Dodgers need to start spending money like right now, otherwise they stand to jeopardize themselves winning a 4th straight NL West title in 2016. Both the Giants and D’Backs have signed ace pitchers this year, and added another good Starting Pitcher besides the point. The club does have several young pieces and Depth at Roster to pull off a blockbuster trade forth coming – or they still have enough resources to acquire players for their 2016 run. The clock is officially ticking gentlemen.

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The Dodgers are having the same kind of offseason the Baltimore Orioles had in 2014 – going into 2015.

If everyone remembers that year, they rejected a couple year contract with Grant Balfour, when he failed a physical, and they did the same thing with Grady Sizemore.

That club also traded back to back 50 Saves guy Jim Johnson.  By the way, the 2014 O’s won the AL East with a 97 – 65 record.

Key cogs in the wheel were new Closer Zach Britton, and Super Utility man Steve Pearce.  A lot of parallels can be made between that squad and the Dodgers.

Late last week, the Dodgers pulled out of a three year deal wish Hisashi Iwakuma because they had concerns with a physical.

For the whole winter they have watched the Giants sign Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija, while the Diamondbacks stole Zack Greinke way from them, while trading a kings ransom for Shelby Miller. Read the rest of this entry

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – November 18, 2015

Boston Herald Staff Photo by Matt Stone

Boston Herald Staff Photo by Matt Stone

 

Big Papi is probably going to hang them up after the 2016 seasons. Savor this rare event Red Sox fans: A beloved player may retire WITH the Red Sox! Imagine that! It doesn’t happen often.

Plus the Brandon Crawford signing shows the Giants are creating a core for the ages.

It is a multiple title episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – September 2, 2015

CHRIS CARLSON/AP

CHRIS CARLSON/AP

 

The Giants season and Championship defense might be slipping away. Go support this team, Giants fans. It might look a lot different soon.

It is a leaving your heart in San Francisco episode  of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Zack Greinke, Darin Ruf, Drew Smyly, J. P. Arencibia, Madison Bumgarner, Yan Gomes, Rick Porcello and Matt Kemp all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball
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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – August 26, 2014

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Tim Lincecum is heading to the bullpen and the Giants have just 32 games left to find their winning ways.

It is a stretch run episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Delmon Young, Clay Buchholz, A.J. Burnett, Giancarlo Stanton, Edwin Encarnacion, Francisco Liriano, Andrew McCutchen and Scott Feldman all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – August 23, 2014

Michael Macor, San Francisco Chronicle

Michael Macor, San Francisco Chronicle

 

The Giants are gearing up for another playoff push. But should they use this off season as an opportunity to retool and try and put together a third championship team for this decade?

It is a no nostalgia and forward thinking episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Drew Smyly, Mike Minor, Eduardo Escobar, Josh Harrison, Carlos Carrasco, Jose Abreu and Nolan Arenado all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 10, 2014

Carlos Avila Gonzalez, San Francisco Chronicle

Carlos Avila Gonzalez, San Francisco Chronicle

The current Giants squad has nothing to prove nor accomplish to ensure an historical legacy. The A’s need to make the World Series NOW.

How we remember our great teams is painted entirely in October.

It is a legacy episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Salvador Perez, Troy Tulowitzki, Max Scherzer Roberto Hernandez, Seth Smith, Kevin Kiermaier, Chris Sale and Nathan Eovaldi   all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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