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    Analyzing the Potential Chris Archer Trade

    Do the Dodgers need a starting pitcher? The Dodgers have basically needed a starting pitcher since Zack Greinke left to play in Arizona. Although they did sign Kenta Maeda and Scott Kazmir in the offseason, it wasn’t what they needed to make a deep playoff run. This is because neither pitcher is a true #2 […] More

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    Newly Bolstered Starting Rotation Could Lead Dodgers to Hot Streak

    If you only looked at your twitter feed you would be justified in thinking that the Dodgers were entering the second half of the season in last place in the NL West. However, the first half of the season for the Dodgers has been much better than the fans give them credit for. The Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers Starting Rotation Starting to Take Shape

    If there is one thing Dodgers fans have grown accustomed to, it is the fact that the Dodgers are dealing with a ton of injuries. Although the entire team has been affected in one way or another by the injury bug, no one has had it worse than the starting rotation. Even before the season […] More

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    Yasiel Puig’s Activation Leads to Trade Talks

    The Dodgers officially activated Yasiel Puig for last night’s game against the Nationals. Puig had not played in a game since June 2nd against Chicago. The Dodgers right fielder has been battling a hamstring injury which landed him on the 15-day disabled list. Puig was originally scheduled to be activated on Monday against the Nationals […] More

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    Dodgers Outfield: Have We Seen the Last of Andre Ethier?

    Over the last week, and especially after last night’s loss to former Dodger ace Zack Greinke, Dodgers fans are starting to get fed up. Over the last 7 games, the Dodgers have only managed to score 15 runs. That translates to an average of 2.1 runs per game and a record of 2-5. The weird […] More

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    Evaluating Dave Roberts’ Most Criticized Decisions

    When the team first announced this offseason that Dave Roberts was being hired as the newest Dodgers manager, most people seemed pretty excited. It is hard to tell whether that excitement stemmed from the fact Don Mattingly was finally out or if they truly liked the idea of Roberts landing his first managerial gig. But […] More

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    Trayce Thompson Is Here, and He Is Here to Stay

    When news first broke that the Dodgers were part of a three-team trade which included All-Star third baseman Todd Frazier, fans thought that the front office had finally made that big move. Dodgers fans assumed that if the Dodgers were involved in that type of trade, they would surely walk away with the best player […] More

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    Tim Lincecum Might Be Just What the Dodgers Need

    Earlier this week it was reported that Tim Lincecum would be holding a pitching showcase in Scottsdale, AZ on Friday. The two-time Cy Young Award winner, who is attempting to come back from arthroscopic hip surgery which he had last year, should draw a pretty big crowd when he takes the mound. As would be […] More

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    Dodgers News: Marlins Sweep Dodgers, Dee Gordon Suspended 80 Games

    The Los Angeles Dodgers were swept by the Miami Marlins Thursday in L.A. for the first time ever. Former skipper, Don Mattingly, leaves with a 10-11 record, and learning that they will be without Dee Gordon for 80 games. Dee Gordon was suspended 80 games about an hour after he hit the game-tying RBI here […] More

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