JUAN URIBE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Juan Uribe and Hyun-Jin Ryu returned from the disabled list to join the Dodgers’ starting lineup Sunday. That put the Dodgers in an unusual, coveted position.
The regular season is five months old, a time when injuries have forced some major-league clubs to reach for Plans B and C. The starting rotation in Anaheim comes to mind as one example.
The Dodgers are mostly healthy and...
The BFFs are back on the same day, as Hyun-jin Ryu and Juan Uribe both were activated from the disabled list on Sunday. For Ryu, it couldn’t have come at a better time.
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As expected, the Dodgers activated left-hander Hyun-jin Ryu and third baseman Juan Uribe for Sunday's match against the San Diego Padres, according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. The Dodgers, who have lost two games to the Padres, lead the NL West by 2.5 games over the San Francisco Giants.In corresponding roster moves, the team sent reliever Carlos Frias and infielder...
After an off-day on Thursday, the Los Angeles Dodgers got plenty of injury news for three players who they are counting in the final month. Adrian Gonzalez, who was out of the lineup on Wednesday should be back in the lineup tonight after dealing with back tightness. The two days of rest should be enough to help Gonzalez, who is second in the National League in RBIs be recharged...
The Los Angeles Dodgers entered game two of a weekend series against the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday with a record of 70-54, five games ahead of the San Francisco Giants in the National League West. The Dodgers have had to overcome numerous injuries this season, and have been hit again, as Juan Uribe has been placed on the DL with a hamstring injury.#494224945 / gettyimages.comOur...
Hey, remember that guy up above? It’s our old friend Juan Uribe — yep, still sounds weird to say that — and we haven’t seen him in over a month thanks to a hamstring injury. He’s been rehabbing at Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, and is expected to be activated tomorrow when the Dodgers return home to face the Cardinals.
When he rejoins the roster, a move is going to have to...
Los Angeles Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti (mlb.com)
Entering the offseason many envisioned the Los Angeles Dodgers would be big spenders and extremely active.
The winter meetings have come and gone, but the Dodgers have been relatively quiet.
Outside of re-signing key contributors J.P Howell, Juan Uribe, and Brian Wilson, the Dodgers have yet to make a big splash.
In a move that was overdue, the Dodgers on Saturday re-signed Juan Uribe to a 2-year contract. It's the smart, somewhat safe play, but I find myself feeling a touch disappointed about this deal.Uribe had been holding out for three years. As the best free agent third baseman, he would have been foolish not to. He drew alleged interest from the Marlins, Rays and White Sox.I'...
It's no secret I've been against the Juan Uribe deal since he signed with the team two winters ago. I'm not usually in the business of saying "I told you so," but, well, it's quite fitting at this time.
Uribe is mired in a miserable slump (yes, even more miserable than his Dodger career totals). Since rejoining the team from injury on June 11, he&...
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Juan Uribe's face brightened when he was told he looked different than he did last year.
"Skinnier?" he asked.
Uribe said he lost weight over the winter, though he wouldn't specify how many pounds he dropped.His arms and shoulders looked as if they gained definition.
"I feel good," Uribe said in Spanish. "I worked hard to regain what I lost last...