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Dodgers News And Rumors: ESPN Ranks Schedule No. 13 In NL Reviewed by Momizat on . [new_royalslider id="46"] Wednesday marked the first day of Spring Training games and ESPN's Buster Olney provided his rankings of regular season schedules for [new_royalslider id="46"] Wednesday marked the first day of Spring Training games and ESPN's Buster Olney provided his rankings of regular season schedules for Rating: 0
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Dodgers News And Rumors: ESPN Ranks Schedule No. 13 In NL

Wednesday marked the first day of Spring Training games and ESPN’s Buster Olney provided his rankings of regular season schedules for National League teams.  According to Olney, the Los Angeles Dodgers have the No. 13 toughest schedule in the NL, ahead of only the Arizona Diamondbacks and Atlanta Braves. A large portion of the Dodgers’ games through April are against NL West opponents.

Although the Dodgers schedule appears to set up favorably, it remains to be seen how the team will respond to their two-game series in Australia.  The Dodgers won’t play another regular season game until March 30 in San Diego, but they’ll have a three-game exhibition series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to shake off any potential jet lag.  Assuming the Dodgers are able to remain healthy in the weeks leading up the start of the 2014 season, they should jump out to a markedly better record than they did in 2013, when they quickly fell below .500.

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