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    The Dodgers, Numbers, Change And How They’re All Connected

    “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” – George Bernard Shaw Change is terrifying. It forces us from our comfort zone. Why change when the status quo seems to be working? In baseball, the unstoppable force is the analytics movement and the tsunami of information it brings […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kershaw, Bumgarner Set to Face Off

    Clayton Kershaw vs. Madison Bumgarner has become one of the most notable, interesting and exciting individual rivalries in all of baseball. They’re both left-handed, they’re both dominant, they’re both hulking figures and it doesn’t hurt they play for the Dodgers and Giants respectively. We’ve already seen this season’s first chapter of their rivalry, and it […] More

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    Dodgers News: Vin Scully Avenue Officially Unveiled

    When the Dodgers play their first home game of the season, players, coaches and fans will spend some time on Vin Scully Avenue. That has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Monday afternoon, Scully, Mayor Eric Garcetti and countless others were there, as the street was officially unveiled. Here are a few sights and […] More

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    Dodgers’ Roberts Made The Right Call Pulling Stripling

    You feel that random burst of warmth making it’s way across the southland despite the soggy fog we saw set in throughout the day? The explanation for it isn’t global warming. Nope. Baseball hot takes are back. The topic: Managerial decisions, for a change. [button color=”red” size=”big” alignment=”center” rel=”follow” openin=”newwindow” url=””]Inside Yasiel Puig’s Great 2016 […] More

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    Dodgers News: Carl Crawford Suffering Back Soreness

    Alright, go ahead. Make the obligatory Carl Crawford-hurt joke. The fact of the matter is: You probably won’t be entirely wrong in doing so. Crawford’s time really since leaving Tampa Bay has been excruciatingly frustrating, as any kind of success is often followed shortly thereafter by injury. Now, at this point in his time as […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Explains Wood Decision

    Turns out managing games in which the pitching staff gives up runs is a little tougher than when they don’t. Who knew? In his first bit of controversy as Dodgers manager, Dave Roberts opted to keep Wood in after a tough fifth inning, which featured the first runs scored on the Dodgers this season (the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Despite Needling, Gonzalez Believes in Team’s Direction

    For the Los Angeles Dodgers and their fans, Opening Day couldn’t really have gone much better. Yes, the Giants won, but a 15-run victory and watching the pitcher who got away get roughed up should suffice. Well, maybe not for everyone, that is. [button color=”red” size=”big” alignment=”center” rel=”follow” openin=”newwindow” url=””]NEXT: Scully Prepares for Final Season[/button] The […] More

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    Dodgers Announce Official 25-Man Roster

    You guys… We’ve just about made it! Opening Day is finally tomorrow and the Los Angeles Dodgers are making all necessary moves to have everyone ready for the big day. On such necessary move: Deciding on who is going to play. They announced via press release who all would represent Los Angeles at least to […] More

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    Dodgers News: Roberts Names Fifth Starter

    Alright, someone find Ross Stripling, wherever he is, and bubble wrap him until he can make his next start. There are few titles as dangerous as “Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher” it seems nowadays, so let’s hope this sticks for at least a little while. Yesterday, it was reported Dave Roberts was deciding between Carlos […] More

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    Dodgers Deuces Wild Podcast: TV Deal, Win-Now Mentality And More

    There are few better ways to pass the time on a slow Tuesday afternoon than a podcast when no one is looking or during a particularly tedious bit of work. Saying this from experience, of course. A podcast between two close friends talking about the Dodgers while we’re less than a week away from Opening […] More

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    Dodgers News: Yasiel Puig, Kiké Hernandez Expected Back Monday

    As large a part of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ spring training as injuries have been, it seems like many of those inflicted are coming back right at about the right time, doesn’t it? Okay, aside from the starting rotation. [button color=”blue” size=”big” alignment=”center” rel=”follow” openin=”newwindow” url=””]NEXT: Information On How To Win A Dodgers Throw Blanket[/button] […] More

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    Dodgers News: Avilán’s Struggles Putting Roberts Into Awkward Situation

    Luis Avilán’s spring training has not been very good. That’s probably putting it kindly. Sure, spring training is tough to gauge for both hitters and pitchers, but Avilán’s struggles have been pretty hard not to notice. [button color=”blue” size=”big” alignment=”center” rel=”follow” openin=”newwindow” url=””]NEXT: Information On How To Win A Dodgers Throw Blanket[/button] ESPN’s Doug Padilla […] More

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