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    The Dodgers’ Lesson Of “The Best Team Money Can Buy”

    PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 If you haven’t already, hop on Amazon.com and order Molly Knight’s “The Best Team Money Can Buy.” It’s a incredible look inside one of the most fascinating two-yearish stretches not just in Dodgers history, but in the history of any franchise across professional sports. Re-live, if you dare, the […] More

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    Examining How Aggressively The Dodgers Need To Address Shortcomings

    PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers started the 2015 season winning 22 of their first 32 games. In the 58 games since, including Sunday’s first half-capping comeback win over Milwaukee, they are 29-29. The offense particularly, but also the starting rotation and bullpen have all in one form or another been sources of […] More

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    Five Wild Cards Who Could Determine The Dodgers season

    PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 The Los Angeles Dodgers have no shortage of critically important players, without whom won’t be successful, no matter how big the payroll. If Clayton Kershaw gets hurt or inexplicably loses form, the Blue are damaged. Zack Greinke. Adrian Gonzalez. Yasiel Puig. These are core players, […] More

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    Four Burning Questions The Dodgers Face For The 2015 Season

    PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Rule 1 of Spring Training Baseball Previews: Questions can’t just be questions, they must be burning questions. You might have other questions. There might be other questions. They might be good, fair, relevant questions. We’re talking, after all, about a Los Angeles Dodgers team rightly expected to […] More

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    The Dodgers Have Plenty To Teach The Lakers About Vision

    PAGES: 1 | 2 In the early days of Hot Stove season, the Dodgers were criticized for not doing enough to improve their title chances. Then they went bonkers in the trade and free agency markets, and have since been criticized for doing too much. Sometimes there’s no pleasing people. The highlights, with short commentary: […] More

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    The Dodgers Can’t Go Big Just To Make A Splash

    PAGES: 1 | 2 The problem with money is sometimes it’s all people see. The Dodgers, at a few shekels over $229 million, spent nearly $30 million more in total team payroll in 2014 than baseball’s next spendiest squad, a little mom-and-pop shop known as the New York Yankees. For this, they were rewarded with […] More