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    Dodgers: Walker Buehler Focused on Avoiding Early Season Struggles

    Recently, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Walker Buehler talked about his first bullpen session of spring training. Moreover, he mentions an off-season routine he picked up from Washington Nationals’ ace Max Scherzer. Undeniably, it’s getting harder and harder not to just write ‘young superstar’ in front of Buehler’s name every time I write it in […] More

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    Dodgers: Walker Buehler Took Off-Season Routine From Max Scherzer

    Who can go back to the memory bank to remember June 21, 2019? Indeed, that was the night Walker Buehler ruled the earth. It was in that game at Dodger Stadium that Buehler struck out 16 Colorado Rockies in a 4-2 Los Angeles win. It was one of those nights where you say to yourself […] More

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    Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Proud that People are Upset About Cheating in Baseball

    Recently, Los Angeles Dodgers’ president and part-owner Stan Kasten talked to his players and asked for them to do their best to move on from the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. Manager Dave Roberts shared the same sentiment. Therefore as one might expect, one of the heart and soul leaders of the clubhouse in Clayton Kershaw […] More

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    Dodgers: Tyler White Skirts Questions About Being Former Houston Astro

    An interesting ripple effect of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros’ rivalry is one player who crossed over from one organization to the next in 2019. Of course that player is Tyler White, working hard to earn a spot with the 2020 Dodgers. Now put yourself in White’s place. He’s surrounded by a clubhouse […] More

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    Dodgers: Joc Pederson Talks Awkward Angels Trade Rumors, Moreno Confirms Deal Dead

    Already, the Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman has said that the whole Joc Pederson and Ross Stripling trade to the Angels was ‘awkward‘. Apparently, ‘awkward’ is the correct verbiage for the situation surrounding the trade that never happened. Indeed, Pederson recently spoke with Bill Plunkett of the OC Register as well […] More

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    Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Talks First Bullpen Session & Excitement for 2020

    Last we heard from the boss of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ starting rotation – Clayton Kershaw – he was freshly arriving at Camelback Ranch and talking some Houston Astros. Now, the topic is a lot more light-hearted although still important. Recently, Kershaw threw his first bullpen of Spring Training. In addition, he talked to SportsNet […] More

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    Dodgers: Cody Bellinger Doesn’t Regret Houston Astros Cheating Comments

    Over the weekend, business picked up at Camelback Ranch in Arizona. Of course we are talking about when Cody Bellinger kicked off the weekend by going hard on the Houston Astros and MLB commissioner Rob Manfred. From there, a ripple effect seemed to happen off Bellinger’s original comments. For instance, Carlos Correa clapped back at […] More

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    Dodgers: Dave Roberts Talks Brusdar Graterol and Role in 2020

    It’s early, but thus far the reviews on ‘Brother Gatorade’ Brusdar Graterol are rave reviews. For instance, listen to what Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has to say about the newly acquired reliever on SportsNet Los Angeles about the 21-year old reliever. Dave Roberts discusses two World Series champions joining an already talented #Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers: Kenley Jansen Slams Astros Punishment, Weighs Levels of Cheating

    Thus far, several prominent members of the Los Angeles Dodgers have weighed in on the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing and subsequent lack of believable apology. Already, Cody Bellinger and Clayton Kershaw have given their differing but genuine thoughts on the subject. Now, closer Kenley Jansen got in on the action. In short, he’s not impressed. Kenley […] More

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    Dodgers Analysts Talk Julio Urias Expectations in 2020, LA Depth

    Obviously, the 2020 Los Angeles Dodgers are loaded with names and talent. Right now if it seems like they have too many players – which should be a good problem – it’s because they do. Indeed, the numbers game in the organization’s favor should serve to do two things. First, it’s going to create a […] More

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