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The Dodgers agreed to trade Gordon to the Marlins on Wednesday, Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports.

Other names in the trade have not yet been confirmed, but pitching prospect Andrew Heaney is believed to be headed to Los Angeles in the deal. Gordon certainly represents an upgrade at second base for the Marlins, who relied heavily on the likes of Donovan Solano, Jeff Baker and Jordany Valdespin at the position last season. The league leader in stolen bases in 2014, Gordon also posted a career-high .704 OPS, more than 90 points above his 2013 mark.

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Gordon is in the starting lineup for game one of the NLDS Friday against the Cardinals.

Gordon was hampered by a hip injury at the end of the regular season, but was expected to be able to return for game one. He'll return to the lineup, leading off for the Dodgers.

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Gordon (hip) has been officially cleared for Friday's Game 1 of the NLDS against the Cardinals, the Dodgers' official site reports.

Good news for the Dodgers, who can then utilize Justin Turner's hot bat later in the game. Gordon finished 2014 as the league's leader in stolen bases (64), triples (12), and infield hits (62).

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Gordon (hip) fully expects to play Friday in Game 1 of the NLDS, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Gordon was cleared to resume running on his injured hip Tuesday, and he said he felt fine after going through a full workout. The Dodgers sent Gordon for an MRI after he suffered to injury Saturday, but they were adamant that it was strictly precautionary.

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Gordon (hip) has been cleared to run, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.

The Dodgers were concerned enough about Gordon's ailing hip to send him for an MRI after he left Saturday's game, but fortunately, nothing serious was found. Manager Don Mattingly said Sunday that he was "optimistic" Gordon would be ready for Game 1 of the NLDS, and Gordon's ability to resume running bodes well for his chances of being at second base and atop the order come Friday.

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Dodgers' manager Don Mattingly is "optimistic" Gordon (hip) will return to the lineup Friday for Game 1 of the NLDS, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.

Gordon was not in the starting lineup of Sunday's regular season finale after hip discomfort forced an early exit from Saturday's contest. He anticipates being ready for the playoffs, however, where the speedy 26-year-old would return to his regular role atop the batting order.

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Gordon (hip) is out of the lineup Sunday against the Rockies.

Gordon left Saturday's game with a right hip injury, and later underwent a precautionary MRI. The results of the MRI have yet to be disclosed, but the team doesn't expect the injury to be overly serious. Nonetheless, the Gordon will sit Sunday in favor of Darwin Barney at the keystone, as the Dodgers will take a conservative approach to preserve their regular second baseman for the playoffs.

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Gordon underwent an MRI on his right hip Saturday night, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.

Gordon doesn't appear to be overly concerned about the the ailment, claiming it's something that he's dealt with in the past. The announcement does cloud his playing status for Sunday, however. We'll be sure to update once the Dodgers' official lineup is released, but don't be surprised if the team elects to take a conservative approach with the division title already in hand.

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Gordon left Saturday's game with a right hip irritation and he is listed as day-to-day, SB Nation's Craig Minami reports.

He suffered the injury early in Saturday's game and was replaced by Miguel Rojas at shortstop. Owners will want to keep tabs on his status in advance of Sunday's game, but it would seem practical for the team to hold him out as there won't be anything but pride on the line.

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Gordon went 3-for-4 with two runs scored against the Rockies on Friday night.

The Dodgers' second baseman struggled some earlier in the month, but Gordon did hit a nice run of games to bring his average backup. Friday's game brings Gordon to .289 on the year, to go along with 92 runs and 64 stolen bases.