Tonight, the Dodgers enter a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies. The start of the series not only marks the last regular season home games for the Dodgers but also, Vin Scully’s last homestand. Every fan can follow the voice of the Dodgers as KTLA airs his final games.
In other happier news, Vin Scully will be leaving the broadcast booth on a light note while showing of some dance moves during announcing, Dave Roberts may be proving his reign may be as great as Tommy Lasorda and Joe Torre’s and Yasiel Puig is also shaping up doing all his best to help his teammates gain the NL title. The clinch is much anticipated. To keep with all news Dodgers, check the links below.
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Blogs and Local Media:
- Dodgers Dugout: There’s no better feeling than beating the Giants (except winning a World Series) | LA Times
- One Dodgers great thinks this club has the look of ’88 champions | LA Times
- With 20 pitchers (and counting) on September roster, Dodger staff is both ridiculous and sublime | Dodgers Insider
- With time running out, Dodgers will test rotation options | ESPN
- Dodgers rout Giants to extend NL West lead to 6 games | USA Today
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