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    5 Dodgers Players That Have the Most to Prove This October

    The Dodgers have some unfinished business this October. Coming off back-to-back World Series loses, there’s no “get em’ next year” mentality or moral victories to be had. It’s Championship or bust. So, the entire team as a whole has something to prove. Yet, there’s still some players that may have a little more weight on […] More

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    Dodgers Will Smith Deserves Patience based on Potential

    When Will Smith debuted earlier this year, he made a pretty big splash. After a couple of brief call ups he finally took over the starting catcher duties back in late July. The rookie clubbed 12 homeruns in his first 28 games, including two walk-off dingers that made him an instant fan favorite. Through the […] More

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    Dodgers: Comparing the Rich Hill and Alex Verdugo Injuries

    Coming into the final months of the regular season, with the division all but wrapped up, one of the primary concerns for the Dodgers was staying healthy. Sure, they still had home field advantage to play for, but getting everyone healthy for October was priority number one. Unfortunately, the Dodgers have had some players go […] More

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    Have the Dodgers Moved Away From Platoons?

    Back in January, I did a piece about the Dodgers’ left-handed heavy lineup and projected how Dave Roberts might employ platoons this year. I proposed that despite the Dodgers frequent use of platoons over the last few seasons and Roberts’ desire to go with match-ups, those platoons may not be needed as much this year. […] More

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    Four Bold Predictions for the LA Dodgers in the Season’s Second Half

    The Dodgers had a fantastic first half to the 2019 season and basically out-performed already high expectations. They currently have a comfortable 13.5 game lead in the division and also own the best record in baseball at 60-32. If you’re a Dodger fan, it’ll be hard not to look too far ahead and ponder October […] More

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    Dodgers Player of the Decade, Part 2: 1960s-2010s

    This is the second piece in a two-part series that covers the greatest Dodger player from each decade. The first article covered the timeframe from the 1910s to the 1950s. This one will cover the 1960s through the 2010s. 1960s:  Sandy Koufax Lifetime Stats: 165-87 record, 2.76 ERA, 2,396 K’s 3-time Cy Young Award winner […] More

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    Dodgers Player of the Decade, Part 1: 1910s-1950s

    The Dodgers history goes back a long time. From the old days of the Brooklyn Robins to their move out to the west coast, the franchise has seen its share of great players throughout the years. Every era had star players who have gone down in history as all-time greats on the team. But what […] More

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    Dodgers Report Card: First Quarter of the Season

    Time sure is flying this year. Seems like just yesterday we were talking about opening day and the start to another year. But after Friday’s game, the Dodgers are already a quarter of the way through the 2019 season. That means its quarterly report card time. Below, we look at how the Dodgers how done […] More

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    Four Interesting Stats for Four Dodgers in 2019

    The 2019 season is still very young. Only 18 games deep in fact, and when you’re talking about such a short sample size, stats can get weird. You see OPS’s sky above 1.500 and ERA’s balloon over 9.00. Non-sustainable type stuff. Nonetheless there’s some stats that really stick out even considering the short timeframe and […] More

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    Comparing A.J. Pollock’s Addition With Yasiel Puig’s Departure

    After it was reported yesterday that the Dodgers had signed A.J Pollock to a four-year deal worth $55 million, it was immediately met with mixed reactions from Dodgers fans everywhere. Are you happy that the Dodgers signed AJ Pollock? — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) January 24, 2019 Some hated it. Some liked it. But yeah, most […] More

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