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    Dodger Fan Profile: Pantone 294’s New York Takeover

    The Los Angeles Dodgers season might not have ended in a fairytale, but the Boys in Blue managed to make a strong run in the postseason. During the regular season the Dodgers had numerous memorable moments from Vin Scully’s last game to having fans represent them well in New York. Pantone 294 was the group […] More

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    Dodgers Top 20 Vin Scully Broadcasting Calls: No. 1-10

    The Los Angeles Dodgers counted down the top 20 Vin Scully broadcasting calls leading up to Vin Scully’s last game at Dodger Stadium. Scully closes out his 67th and final season with the Dodgers by ending his amazing broadcasting career in San Francisco. As the end of the 2016 approaches many media outlets have taken […] More

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    Dodgers Social: Filmmaker Ron Howard Pays Tribute to Vin Scully

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are in San Francisco for their final series of the 2016 regular season. As Vin Scully broadcasts his final series of his career vs. the Giants, filmmaker and actor Ron Howard took to social media to pay tribute to Scully and say thank you. Howard took to Twitter to tell a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team and Players React to Death of Marlins Ace José Fernández

    Early Sunday morning, news broke that Miami Marlins right-hander José Fernández had died. Fernández just turned 24-years-old on July 31. With reports still coming in FOX reporter Ken Rosenthal reported first that Fernández was killed in a boating accident. He was one of three people who died in the accident. Sickening news: Source confirms that #Marlins' Jose Fernandez […] More

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    Dodgers News: Vin Scully Weekend, Vin’s Last Game and More

    September is finally here and it’s bitter sweet for Dodger fans. With the Los Angeles Dodgers holding on to first place in the NL West, fans will gladly welcome the post season, but sadly say goodbye to the great Vin Scully. Scully is closing out his 67th and final season as the Dodgers broadcaster and the team […] More

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    Dodgers Top 20 Vin Scully Broadcasting Calls: No. 20-11

    The Los Angeles Dodgers will say goodbye to legendary announcer Vin Scully at the end of the 2016 MLB season. Scully has been the Dodgers broadcaster for 67 years and his hall of fame career can be compared to no one. Vin Scully has been the soundtrack to Dodgers baseball for so many years and […] More

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    Dodgers Nation Promotion: Vin Scully Edition

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are hosting a series of events honoring Vin Scully as he enters his final month as the Dodgers announcer. The Dodgers will kick things off giving out a Vin Scully bobblehead on September 20th. Scully will be closing out his 67th season with the team. So in honor of Scully we […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Is the Team Trying to Give Yasiel Puig Away?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers official plans for Yasiel Puig remain unclear as the 25-year-old continues his stint with the OKC Dodgers. Puig has been thriving while in the minors, and recently Los Angeles Dodgers President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman traveled to OKC to meet with Puig. Unfortunately for the one they call “The Wild Horse”, […] More

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    Dodgers News: Andre Ethier Running Bases, No Rehab Assignment Set

    As the Los Angeles Dodgers inch closer to the end of the season they hope to peak at the right moment. They are off to a good start following the 2016 All-Star Break. The Dodgers have clawed their way back to first place in the NL West after trailing 8 games behind the San Francisco […] More

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    Dodgers News: Julio Urias Place in Rotation Unclear Despite Strong Performance vs. Reds

    The Los Angeles Dodgers secured a win on Sunday and with a San Francisco Giants loss hold the No. 1 spot in the NL West. The Dodgers defeated the Cincinnati Reds 4-0, breaking their 3-game losing streak, behind a strong performance by pitcher Julio Urias. The left-hander they called “The Teenager” turned 20-years-old last week and […] More

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