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    Dodgers Bullpen: Preliminary Outlook

    It’s never too early to start assessing and speculating what changes, if any, need to be considered in the Dodgers’s bullpen. The most storied aspect of the club this year was the adaption to the number of pitching changes Manager Dave Roberts had to make. Manager Dave Roberts and his pitching staff used 31 different pitchers to replenish […] More

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    Kenley Jansen Powering Dodgers in the Playoffs

    One of the highlighted players on the Dodgers team this postseason has been none other than Kenley Jansen. The 6 foot 5 closer has been instrumental for the club both in the division series against the Washington Nationals and in the current National League Conference series against the Cubs. Jansen earned his first post season […] More

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    Julio Urías Is the Key to Strengthening the Postseason Bullpen

    It was just this past weekend the Dodgers clinched the National League West Division with a win over the Colorado Rockies and the bottles of champagne started popping in the locker room after the game. During the celebration, first baseman Adrián “Titán” González reminded the young pitcher from Culiacán, Sinaloa, México that…well, he’s not old enough to […] More

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Minor League Player of the Year: Edwin Rios

    On Saturday, September 24, 2016, Edwin Rios will be honored with the Los Angeles Dodgers Branch Rickey Minor League Player of the Year Award at Dodger Stadium before the first pitch against the Colorado Rockies. I asked Rios, what does it mean to receive such an honor: Rios says, “I’m still a bit numb to […] More

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    Snapshot: Roberts and Pitching Staff Hurdle Into September

    As Major League Baseball teams expand from an active 25-man roster to a 40-man roster, the Dodgers hurdle into September aiming to clinch to the National League West Division with 29 games remaining. The ball club set a record by putting 27 players on the Disabled List, including 3-time Cy Young winner, Clayton Kershaw. Yet, the […] More

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    Dodgers v. Giants: An Old-Fashioned Rivalry

    In December of 1956, Jackie Robinson was traded from the Brooklyn Dodgers to the New York Giants baseball club. Instead of playing for the Giants, Jackie Robinson retired in January of 1957 before the start of the season.  The historical and heated rivalry between the Dodgers and Giants stretches as far back as the 1880s. […] More