As soon as news broke that Rays GM Andrew Friedman is going to Los Angeles to join the Dodgers staff, speculation started that manager Joe Maddon would follow suit. However, Maddon told
Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune gives us the latest as former Rays GM Andrew Friedman takes over as President of Baseball Operations for the Dodgers.
Now that Andrew Friedman is a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers front office, Joe Maddon could be the next member of the Rays staff to go to LA.
Though Andrew Friedman has worked for the Tampa Bay Rays since 2005, he is leaving the team to go work for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
They were the two teams that weren’t supposed to make it past the first round, but to everyone’s surprise they did. The St.Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants both dispatched of their opponents in four games. The Giants set
The L.A. Dodgers early exit in the NLDS may lead to Ned Colletti's firing. If so, Rays Andrew Friedman becomes Dodgers top choice.
With his three-run home run in the seventh inning of Game 4 of the NLDS Tuesday evening, Matt Adams lifted the Cardinals to their fourth straight NLCS.
Yasiel Puig didn't perform in the first three games of the NLDS, so Don Mattingly has benched him in Game 4 with the Dodgers' season on the line.
With his Game 4 start this evening, Clayton Kershaw holds the fate of the Los Angeles Dodgers World Series hopes in the palm of his hands.
In the bottom of the seventh inning Kolten Wong gave the Cardinals a late 3-1 lead over the Dodgers with his first career postseason home run.