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    4/5 of the rotation is set in mid-November, not bad. I'm guessing they go with an open #5 spot , letting guys like Ely battle it out with a few vets reclamation projects.

    Seems like Loney has a good chance to be dealt, maybe for some pitching depth. There are plenty of 1B on the market, so Ned probably feels he can get a bargain, maybe on a guy like Derrek Lee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frolov24 View Post
    4/5 of the rotation is set in mid-November, not bad. I'm guessing they go with an open #5 spot , letting guys like Ely battle it out with a few vets reclamation projects.

    Seems like Loney has a good chance to be dealt, maybe for some pitching depth. There are plenty of 1B on the market, so Ned probably feels he can get a bargain, maybe on a guy like Derrek Lee.
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    Didn't he want to sign here really bad two years ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frolov24 View Post
    4/5 of the rotation is set in mid-November, not bad. I'm guessing they go with an open #5 spot , letting guys like Ely battle it out with a few vets reclamation projects.

    Seems like Loney has a good chance to be dealt, maybe for some pitching depth. There are plenty of 1B on the market, so Ned probably feels he can get a bargain, maybe on a guy like Derrek Lee.
    If there are plenty of available free agent first basemen, why would another GM trade a valuable pitcher for Loney?

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    On last night's 11 oclock news Loney was mentioned as being on the block. Maybe Ned can include Broxton in any deal. I can't stomach that guy for another year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanteHicks View Post
    If there are plenty of available free agent first basemen, why would another GM trade a valuable pitcher for Loney?
    He's only 26, plays great defense, is still under club control, and his home/away splits heavily show much better offensive numbers away from Dodger Stadium (.268/.334/.377 home, .301/.361/.493 away). There are teams out there that would be much more interested in a young 1B with Loney's potential over a mid-30s guy like Lee or Konerko. The Dodgers would be interested in trading him, as it'd open up 1B for a needed power upgrade to the lineup. Unless they can find a LF to be that guy.

    Also, interesting pondering in this article debating a Kemp for Utley deal. Isn't as crazy as it might initially seem, though still highly unlikely.

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    It would've been nice to get in on Dan Uggla, considering how cheap the price Atlanta paid for him.

    http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/story/U...mates-28278797

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    At least they brought back Davey Lopes. Before Fernando-mania, my dad was just a casual baseball fan but he loved the way Lopes hustled and played the game. I'm too young to remember but if he's my pops' 2nd favorite all-time Dodger, that's good enough for me. Maybe he can light a fire under Kemp and get Martin to take the darn J off his jersey.

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    Very pleased Donnie Baseball brought Lopes back in. Now if they could just convince the ownership to sell to someone who has some money and is willing to spend on a championship. As long as the "the parking lot attendant" owns the team our favorite baseball team will suck.

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