CBSSports.com "The Dodgers have offered to pay down "about half" the $56 million remaining over three years on Andre Ethier's contract in efforts to trade him, sources familiar with the talks say. Ethier appears to be the likely odd man out in a slightly less crowded Dodgers outfield situation, with coveted..." March 05
True Blue L.A. "Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier showed up early to Dodgers camp on Monday, two days before the required reporting date for position players at Camelback Ranch. Ethier will be part of a competition for a starting spot in the outfield with rookie Joc Pederson, and manager Don Mattingly said he..." February 24
ESPN Los Angeles "The Los Angeles Dodgers were hoping they were done with the drama that comes with having an excess of well-paid outfielders after they traded Matt Kemp to the San Diego Padres over the winter, but the storyline could linger. Andre Ethier, who was the odd man out for most of the second half of..." February 24
Los Angeles Times "Andre Ethier thinks he’ll have a chance to be an everyday player in the Dodgers' outfield. “I would hope so and think so,” Ethier said. “With me still being here, I have to assume that they’re at least considering it.” The Dodgers traded Matt Kemp to the San Diego Padres over the winter, but..." February 24
Los Angeles Times "Andre Ethier was on the move. He had flown into town Thursday to dedicate the Maggie and Andre Ethier Learning Center at the Union Rescue Mission but was catching a quick flight back to Phoenix. “Hustling back to be home for a playoff game for my oldest son -- coach-pitch Little League,” he..." December 05
Matt Kemp plus Ethier, Crawford and Beckett cleared waivers but Hanley Ramirez was claimed/blocked. Blog coming @CBSSports
ESPN.com "Andre Ethier said he agrees with teammate Matt Kemp. He doesn't want to be the odd man out either when the Los Angeles Dodgers try to fit four outfielders into three spots. In fact, after Kemp sent the first ripples through camp by saying he would not accept a role as a fourth outfielder, he..." February 22
Gammons Daily "Luis Sardinas obviously is not the only trade chip in the Rangers’ search for power. There have been a lot of rumors concerning retooling the offense that dropped to 7th in the league in runs—in a hitter-friendly ballpark. One rumor that keeps cropping up is for the Rangers to send Ian Kinsler to..." November 19
Los Angeles Times "Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford have drawn interest on the trade market over the first two days of the general managers' meetings. The Dodgers have fielded inquiries about all four of their outfielders, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke on the..." November 13
Fox Sports "In case you missed it, I wrote earlier that right-hander Ervin Santana is seeking $100 million and righty Ricky Nolasco $80 million on the free-agent market. Need we say more about why trades will be a major topic of discussion at next week's general managers' meetings? By now, you know..." November 08
Hardball Talk "Ken Rosenthal reports that the Dodgers are listening to offers for their outfielders. But before you start bombarding your team’s GM to trade your overpaid second baseUggla for Yasiel Puig, know that he only means Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford. Damn. But yeah, gotta make room for..." November 08
Mattingly said he expects Ethier and Ramirez to play tomorrow. He sounded more confident about Ethier than Ramirez.
Ramirez and Ethier will start tonight.
Ethier might be in lineup Mattingly said.
Dodgers don't expect Ethier to be able to play CF at start of NLCS but enough improvement shouldn't have to PR for him if he gets on base.
MLB.com "Hobbled Hanley Ramirez was kept indoors but healing Andre Ethier was running down fly balls in the gap Wednesday as the Dodgers worked out at Dodger Stadium in preparation for Friday's start of the National League Championship Series. As he did throughout the NL Division Series Ramirez is..." October 10
Andre Ethier is working out in center field during #Dodgers batting practice.
Ethier on roster
Don Mattingly said Andre Ethier came through today's workout "as we expected" so he is all but assured to be on roster as pinch hitter.
Andre Ethier played catch and took batting practice nothing more. Does not appear as though he'll be ready to start Thursday
Andre Ethier is not expected to play before the end of the regular season according to Don Mattingly.
Ethier in L.A. being examined by #DrNealElAttrache.
Andre Ethier still wearing protective walking boot on his sprained left ankle.
Los Angeles Times "Some of Andre Ethier's fondest childhood memories are of days when Ethier would be picked up early by his father from his middle school in Phoenix. They would head to the Seattle Mariners' spring-training complex where he could spend hours studying every move of his favorite player Ken Griffey..." September 06
True Blue L.A. "Ethier who has started 50 games in right field and 47 games in center field this season for the Dodgers is expected to return to the lineup either Wednesday or Friday. Andre Ethier missed Tuesday's game against the Mets with what was first termed as tightness in his left calf. But it turned..." August 14
Matt Kemp out of lineup, Yasiel Puig starts in CF, Skip Schumaker in RF, Andre Ethier DH.
ESPN Los Angeles "The Los Angeles Dodgers are deep into trade talks with the Miami Marlins about pitcher Ricky Nolasco, a source confirmed Wednesday. Nolasco, 30, is 4-7 with a 3.68 ERA for the 27-50 Marlins. The Southern California native is set to become a free agent after the season. The Marlins reportedly..." June 27
CBSSports.com "It's only one day into the new Dodgers phenomenon that should heretofore be known as Puigmania. But you know it will come up. You just know Andre Ethier's name is going to start to work its way into trade speculation. Already, Ethier has to hold the record for hearing his name most in trade..." June 04
Andre Ethier makes his second career start in CF today. Scott Van Slyke has been in RF for both.
Los Angeles Times "Manager Don Mattingly benched Andre Ethier for the Dodgers’ series finale at Miller Park on Wednesday, saying he did so because he wanted to field a lineup “that’s going to fight and compete the whole day.” This will be the third time Ethier is out of the lineup on this six-game trip. The..." May 22
MLB.com "Dodgers right fielder Andre Ethier left Tuesday night's Cactus League game with what he called "a little soreness" in his right hamstring, but manager Don Mattingly said it was precautionary. Ethier wasn't cautious in the one at-bat he had, racing for a triple on his drive off the center-field..." March 27
L.A. Daily News "When it comes to how to hit left-handed pitching, everyone seems to have a plan for Andre Ethier. Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire has Ethier focusing on his mindset, not his mechanics. The rest of the National League West has a steady diet of southpaw specialists lined up for Ethier, who..." March 10
Los Angeles Times "There are many accents in the rich and diverse Dodgers clubhouse this spring. There are a babel of twangs and tones from the Far East to western Australia, from the Dominican Republic to Defiance, Ohio. But, make no mistake, there is only one voice. It announced itself recently by entering..." February 24
True Blue L.A. "The annual dance of whether or not manager Don Mattingly will sit Andre Ethier against left-handed pitchers began anew on Thursday at Dodgers camp at Camelback Ranch. Mattingly gave the expected answer. "We're definitely not going to be platooning Dre. He's going to get his ABs," Mattingly..." February 21
True Blue L.A. "While there are others on this current team who have been in the organization longer, Andre Ethier is the leader in the house with 1003 games played since 2006. While several players have played 1000+ games in that time period only 8 have done it for one team and of those 8, only 5 have remained..." February 14
Orange County Register "Say this about the off-season rumors that had the Dodgers shopping outfielder Andre Ethier – they were persistent. Ethier called them more "entertaining" than unsettling. He said his mind was set at ease early on when both Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten and GM Ned Colletti publicly shot down the..." January 30
Orange County Register "Say this about the off-season rumors that had the Dodgers shopping outfielder Andre Ethier – they were persistent. Ethier called them more "entertaining" than unsettling. He said his mind was set at ease early on when both Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten and GM Ned Colletti publicly shot down the..." January 28
CBSSports.com "For all the money the Dodgers have spent, they still don't have a leadoff hitter. Why not Michael Bourn? You could come up with a few reasons why not, starting with the point that the Dodgers already have three outfielders they're committed to paying a combined $54.6 million in 2013. But..." December 19
True Blue L.A. "It is the Christmas shopping season, so perhaps it's only fitting that the Dodgers are "shopping" Andre Ethier. At least that was the adjective used by both Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News and Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. But there is a difference between shopping and listening, and it..." December 18
Fox Sports "The Los Angeles Dodgers appear capable of anything. Even a trade of right fielder Andre Ethier is not out of the question. The Dodgers are shopping Ethier, major-league sources say — and their intent might be to clear a spot for a free agent such as first baseman/outfielder Nick Swisher or..." December 18
Rant Sports "Even though the Los Angeles Dodgers and Andre Ethier agreed to a 5-year contract extension earlier in the season, the team is willing to move their star rightfielder. This comes as a surprise to most Dodgers fans, but this would be a good move in the long run for Los Angeles. Personally, I..." October 30
Los Angeles Times "Andre Ethier smiled when asked about how Manager Don Mattingly hinted he might be turned into a platoon player next season. "Luckily, there are a lot of righties," Ethier said. Ethier entered Friday batting .214 against left-handers and .325 against right-handers. "Sometimes you hit,..." September 29
Los Angeles Times "Should Hanley Ramirez be moved from shortstop to third base next season? Should Andre Ethier be a platoon player? These are two questions the Dodgers might have to address in the near future, Manager Don Mattingly acknowledged Thursday. Ramirez was a shortstop his entire career until this..." September 28
True Blue L.A. "After scoring just six runs in their three-game series sweep at the hands of San Francisco, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly summed up the offense like so: "When your big guys don't hit, that's the way it goes," he said. Both Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier went 2-for-12 against the Giants, each..." August 23
Los Angeles Times "Andre Ethier opened his right hand, revealing a blister on his palm that popped three days earlier. The area of raw skin was about the size of a quarter, the exposed region large enough to cause him significant discomfort in his bottom hand when holding a bat. The ruptured blister was the..." August 23
Los Angeles Times "To prepare himself to be activated from the 15-day disabled list on Friday, Andre Ethier played two games with Class-A Rancho Cucamonga earlier in the week. Ethier, who was sidelined with a strained rib-cage muscle, returned from his two-day tour of the California League in a reflective..." July 14
Los Angeles Times "On the night Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier made their long-awaited returns, two other recently activated players had emotionally charged performances that lifted the Dodgers to a 2-1 victory over the San Diego Padres. But what was felt by second baseman Mark Ellis and reliever Javy Guerra on..." July 14
Los Angeles Times "The worst is behind them. Or so the Dodgers hope. They survived nearly two months without one of the best players in baseball, Matt Kemp, who was sidelined by a strained left hamstring. They also played their last 11 games without Andre Ethier, out because of a strained rib-cage muscle. They..." July 13
L.A. Daily News "Andre Ethier chose his words carefully. The Dodgers right fielder thinks he could have played Wednesday night and insisted his strained left oblique was feeling better each day. Yet Ethier didn't play in the series finale against the Cincinnati Reds, and won't play for another eight days at..." July 05
Los Angeles Times "Andre Ethier took batting practice Wednesday and performed the other baseball-related drills "I would regularly do if I was playing in the game," he said. But Ethier was not playing in the game, having been put on the 15-day disabled list earlier in the day because of a strained rib-cage..." July 05