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NLDS Preview: Comparing The Starting Pitching & Bullpen

PAGES: 1 | 2 On Friday at 3:37 PM PT the Los Angeles Dodgers will take on the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the NLDS. The Dodgers won the NL West and the Cardinals were the NL Central champions, and both head into the postseason with World Series aspirations. As the day draws nearer, we continue to preview the series by breaking down categories. Today, we take a look at the starting pitchers and bullpen ...

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2014 NLDS Preview: Breaking Down The Bench, Coaching & More

PAGES: 1 | 2 After winning 94 games and cementing themselves as the second seed in the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers will take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLDS. The Dodgers fell in six games to the Cardinals in the NLCS in 2013 in a series that seemed to be lost when Hanley Ramirez went down with a broken rib in Game 1. While both squads return to the postseason, they look different than th ...

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Dodgers Bullpen: A Postseason Kiss of Death?

PAGES: 1 | 2 Stop me if you've heard this before, but the Los Angeles Dodgers' bullpen is shaky and inconsistent. Okay, okay — so this isn't breaking news, but the question is, can it be fixed? With the St. Louis Cardinals looming in the NLDS, let's take a look at the pieces the Dodgers have to work with — keep in mind the Dodgers took just 11 pitchers into the NLDS last season, which is something I project ...

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Dodgers Nation Roundtable: Setting The NLDS Roster

PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers repeated as NL West division champions with a win over long-time rival San Francisco Giants Wednesday. In the win, Clayton Kershaw added to his résumé for NL MVP by throwing eight innings and helping his cause with an RBI triple that tied the game. Have You Heard About Our Blowout Sale? Check It Out! Along with clinching the division, Wednesday's win also secured home-fi ...

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Best Seat Locations To Catch A Foul Ball At Dodger Stadium

Since taking purchasing the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Guggenheim group has made significant strides in improving the environment and fan experience at Dodger Stadium. After a bit of a delay, the stadium's Wi-Fi system has been up and running since Opening Day this season and new dinning options were added. However, what can't be controlled what's arguably one of the biggest draws for fans in attendance is th ...

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FanGraphs: Clayton Kershaw Undervalued For 2014 Season

In his final start of the regular season, Clayton Kershaw turned in a complete performance as the Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the National League West title for a second consecutive season. Kershaw allowed one run in his eight innings of work as he earned an MLB-best 21st win this season and finished with a 1.77 ERA, becoming the first pitcher to hold the lowest ERA in four straight seasons. The reigning N ...

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Dodgers Nation Wishes Matt Kemp A Happy 30th Birthday

In the gloomy days of Los Angeles Dodgers baseball in the 2000s, few stars separated themselves from the rest. One of those superstars was Matt Kemp and after a slow start to the 2014 season, he's once again a key contributor. Kemp was the sixth round pick of the Dodgers in the 2003 draft and made his Major League debut in May of 2006. The right-handed slugger then burst onto the scene in the 2009 season. A ...

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Dodgers Nation Wishes Tommy Lasorda A Happy 87th Birthday

For many Dodger fans, Tommy Lasorda has been a name and face that has become synonymous with the franchise. His time with the Los Angeles Dodgers seem be endless as his ties to the organization date back to when the franchise was still located in Brooklyn. Lasorda made his Major League debut August 1954 as a pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers and was a member of the team that won the 1955 World Series. After ...

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Justin Turner’s 2014 Season An Outlier?

PAGES: 1 | 2 There have been some calls for Justin Turner to be extended by GM Ned Colletti. Turner, who turns 30 in August, is having the best season of his career by far and has provided the Los Angeles Dodgers with a very valuable bench bat. However, let’s not get ahead of ourselves in dubbing him a cornerstone of the franchise. It’s time to take a deep breath and keep the numbers he’s put up in context. ...

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Dodgers Player Rankings: Where Does Adrian Gonzalez Stand?

PAGES: 1 | 2 For many teams, the debate about who their best player can be a fairly spirited one. Thanks to Clayton Kershaw, however, it's safe to say there isn't much debate when it comes to the Los Angeles Dodgers best player. Thanks to Dodger Digest's Chad Moriyama, however, a similar debate was sparked in my mind when he tweeted the following: - @joelydanger Could argue A-Gon is the eighth-best player o ...

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