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Influx of players from Cuba could continue to grow steadily in MLB

tampabay.com — LOS ANGELES - In the not-too-distant future, the Los Angeles Dodgers could field a lineup with Cuban-born players at catcher, second base, third base and rightfield.

Influx of Cuban players to MLB could increase steadily

chicagotribune.com — In the not-too-distant future, the Dodgers could field a lineup with Cuban-born players at catcher, second base, third base and right field.

Influx of Cuban players to MLB could increase steadily

baltimoresun.com — In the not-too-distant future, the Dodgers could field a lineup with Cuban-born players at catcher, second base, third base and right field.

Dodgers could learn from Golden State Warriors

latimes.com — In 1989, the year after the Dodgers last won the World Series, Peter Guber produced the "Batman" movie that starred Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. As Guber sat in the second row at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday, he had a touch of the superhero look about him.

In baseball, buying American can be cheaper

latimes.com — Dansby Swanson, selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks with the top pick in last week's baseball draft, is 21. The signing bonus recommended for Swanson by Major League Baseball: $8.6 million. Yoan Moncada was 19 when the Boston Red Sox signed the Cuban infielder in February. His bonus: $31.5 million.

Influx of Cuban players to MLB could increase steadily

latimes.com — In the not-too-distant future, the Dodgers could field a lineup with Cuban-born players at catcher, second base, third base and right field.

Jimmy Rollins sits but remains Dodgers' starting shortstop

latimes.com — On Tuesday, for the first time in his distinguished 16-year career, Jimmy Rollins started a game batting ninth. On Wednesday, the shortstop did not start at all, the third consecutive time the Dodgers have left him out of the lineup against a left-handed pitcher, this time against a pitcher Rollins had tagged for eight hits in 18 at-bats.

Texas Rangers get to Clayton Kershaw, beat Dodgers 5-3

latimes.com — KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers trailed, 4-0, after five innings. They scored three runs in the sixth - two on a home run from Scott Van Slyke , one on a single from pinch-hitter extraordinaire Alex Guerrero - and they had the potential tying and go-ahead runs on base with one out.

Angels' vice president of marketing and ticket sales resigns

latimes.com — Robert Alvarado, the Angels' vice president of marketing and ticket sales, resigned Wednesday. The move came two weeks after he was quoted by The Times and Orange County Register in articles exploring the Angels' decline in attendance this season. "He made a personal decision to resign from the organization," said Tim Mead, Angels' vice president of communications.

Angels, Dodgers are responsible for their own cyber security

latimes.com — When Jerry Dipoto retired as a player and started his climb up the front-office ladder 15 years ago, the Angels' general manager discovered that teams would store their most treasured data on hand-written index cards. Now? "I will literally go weeks without writing," Dipoto said Tuesday. "Even signatures on contracts are done electronically."
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