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    Dodgers News: Don Mattingly At A Loss For Words After Devastating Loss

    The Los Angeles Dodgers went through the grind of a 162-game regular season, were crowned National League West champions, then had their year come to a grinding halt only five games into the postseason. “It’s disappointing. I don’t think it matters what it is. It’s just disappointing,” said Dodgers manager Don Mattingly after his club’s […] More

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    Dodgers News: A.J. Ellis Impressed By Kiké Hernandez, Joc Pederson

    Under a revamped front office and overhauled roster, the Los Angeles Dodgers again were crowned National League West champions and made a third straight trip to the postseason. Amid high expectations and a roster full of talent, the Dodgers flamed out, getting eliminated by the New York Mets on Thursday night. Prior to the Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Behind Chase Utley ‘100 Percent’

    Since Chase Utley slid into second base in the seventh inning of Game 2 of the National League Division Series, he’s been at the center of headlines. Those headlines have often been less-than-flattering. Utley was suspended two games by Major League Baseball on Sunday, but appealed, and is available for Game 3 on Monday night […] More

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    Slowing Down The Attacks On Chase Utley Over His Slide

    Vicious. Malicious. Dirty. These are just handful of the accusatory adjectives used by the media, current and former players, to describe the slide of Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Chase Utley into second base on Saturday night. Not only did the umpires not determine Utley’s slide to be egregious at the time, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly […] More

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    Dodgers News: Adrian Gonzales Feels Healthy, But Upset With Swing

    In a battle of aces in Game 1 of the National League Division Series, New York Mets’ Jacob deGrom overpowered the Los Angeles Dodgers, striking out 13. DeGrom’s fastball sat above 95 mph for much of the seven shutout innings he tossed, and among those who particularly struggled was Adrian Gonzalez. The Dodgers’ first baseman […] More

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    Dodgers News: Don Mattingly Addresses Anxiety Over Postseason

    For teams that qualify for postseason play, there’s little rest for the weary after navigating the grind of a 162-game regular season schedule. In the case of the Los Angeles Dodgers, October baseball not only means brighter lights, but extremely high expectations. The Dodgers won the National League West a third consecutive season, but have […] More

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    Dodgers Video: Clayton Kershaw Reaches 300 Strikeouts

    Reigning National League MVP and three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw, walked to the mound on Sunday afternoon six strikeouts short of reaching 300 strikeouts in a single season. Well within Kershaw’s grasp was joining an elite club of pitchers and becoming the first to reach that benchmark since Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson […] More

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    Dodgers News: Nancy Bea Hefley To Retire After 2015 Season

    After news in June of this year that Los Angeles Dodgers organist Nancy Bea Hefley would return in 2016 on a lifetime contract, she reversed course Friday night and announced her plans to retire at the end of the 2015 season. The Silver Springs, Nev., native rents a second home during homestands and said she […] More