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    Dodgers Vs Astros World Series Preview: Position Players

    They’ve done it. After 29 long, trying years, the Dodgers have finally reached the World Series. Their counterpart, the Houston Astros, had their challenge as well, but the prevailed and the two teams are set to meet in a World Series for the first time ever. Well, that’s cheating seeing as the Astros couldn’t have […] More

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    Dodgers vs Astros World Series Preview: Pitchers and Catchers

    They’ve done it. After 29 long, trying years, the Dodgers have finally reached the World Series. Their counterpart, the Houston Astros, had their challenge as well, but they prevailed and the two teams are set to meet in a World Series for the first time ever. Well, that’s cheating seeing as the Astros couldn’t have […] More

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    Dodgers Vs Cubs NLCS Preview: Pitchers and Catchers

    The Dodgers and Cubs will meet in a rematch of last year’s NLCS. Unlike 2016, the Dodgers hold home-field advantage through the entirety of the playoffs, so the first two games will be played in Los Angeles on October 14th and 15th, with Games 3 through 5 moving to Wrigley on October 17th, 18th and […] More

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    Dodgers Vs Cubs NLCS Preview: Position Players

    The Dodgers and Cubs will meet in a rematch of last year’s NLCS. Unlike 2016, the Dodgers hold home-field advantage through the entirety of the playoffs, so the first two games will be played in Los Angeles on October 14th and 15th, with Games 3 through 5 moving to Wrigley on October 17th, 18th and […] More

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    Dodgers Vs. Diamondbacks NLDS Preview: Position Players

    The Dodgers and Diamondbacks will meet in the playoffs for the first time in this year’s NLDS. The Dodgers hold home-field advantage through the entirety of the playoffs, so the first two games will be played in Los Angeles on October 6th and 7th, with a return to Hell (aka Chase Field) on October 9th […] More

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    Dodgers Vs. Diamondbacks NLDS Preview: Pitchers and Catchers

    The Dodgers and Diamondbacks will meet in the playoffs for the first time in this year’s NLDS. The Dodgers hold home-field advantage through the entirety of the playoffs, so the first two games will be played in Los Angeles on October 6th and 7th, with a return to Hell (aka Chase Field) on October 9th […] More

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    The Dodgers’ 2017 Season And The World Series

    Los Angeles isn’t often a city that is synonymous with “Title Town,” mostly due to raw numbers. The city doesn’t possess the hard numbers that a city like New York or Boston does, primarily because professional sports didn’t make its way west until the Dodgers made their famed move from Brooklyn in 1958. The presence […] More

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    Dodgers Deadline Deep Dive

    The non-waiver deadline came and went like a tidal wave, slowly ebbing in only to completely engulf the world before it was too late to evacuate. The story has long since been told, as the Dodgers acquired a right-handed starter and two left-handed relievers to reinforce a pitching staff that has been near the tops […] More

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    Trade Deadline: Potential Starting Pitcher Targets

    As the trade deadline approaches, the Dodgers will undoubtedly be linked to nearly every player on the block. With the prospects and financial resources to pull off nearly any deal and team currently pacing the National League, the Dodgers could look to upgrade in their starting rotation.   Ideally, any upgrade that the Dodgers should […] More

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    Investigating the Dodgers All-Star Snubs

    All star voting is always a touchy subject around baseball fans. It creates the fun kind of controversies that generate clicks and conversation that Major League Baseball so badly craves. But it can also generate a lot of angst, blame, and hot takes.   As the Dodgers have the most wins in the National League […] More

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    Mailbag: Lorenzo Cain, Dre and Kemp, Pine Tar and more!

    Dodgers Nation Mailbag is where fans on Facebook can ask questions and one of our writers will answer with their honest opinions! I like Lorenzo Cain a lot actually, who I am assuming this gentleman meant. However, I don’t think this trade is what the Royals would look for in exchange for one of their […] More

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    Battle of Los Angeles: Dodger Stadium vs Angel Stadium

    The Los Angeles metropolitan area is massive stretch of land, home to almost 19 million people stretched across nearly 34,000 square miles. With 26 championships across 4 major sports, the LA metro area has as rich of a history as any metro basin in the United States. In baseball, the two area teams have developed […] More

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