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Dodgers NLDS Roster Announced


The Dodgers announced their NLDS roster this morning. Take a look at who made the cut. Not many surprises. Andre Ethier is on the roster, but it looks like for now as a pinch-hitter. Skip Schumaker will man center field for now. The Dodgers are going with Chris Capuano as a long man, and Dee Gordon made the cut as well. The Dodgers chose Michael Young and Scott Van Slyke as backups, and no Jerry Hairston. Take a look below and let us know what you think. Did the Dodgers make the right decisions? Was there someone who was left off that you would have had on the roster?


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  • Lucas Talbot

    Uribe, Hanley, A-Gon are poised for a big postseason run. Kershaw and Greinke are also poised to make a huge run for top pitching duo in the postseason and Nolasco is going to break out of the slump he’s had in september. I looking forward to what Puig is going to do. Same goes for Crawford. Whether Crawford at this point is going to start stealing bases so he can put himself in scoring position for the guys after to bring him in. i think the factor is A.J. Ellis and Yasiel Puig more than anyone because ellis is going to be extreme careful on what pitches to call is the best catcher in the NL in defense. Leads the league throwing runners out. Ellis is heating up with the bat as well. I know Hanley and A-gon will be themselves. Puig on the other hand, needs to be really smart at the plate. As Puig goes, the team follows suit, but this is what like about this team, if Puig struggles, then other players will step up. Reminds me of the Oregon Ducks football team. When De’Anthony Thomas went down with a bad injury last weekend, no one panicked, the next guy in line, Byron Marshall, stepped up and had the confidence to get the job done.