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    Dodgers To Host Annual Hollywood Stars Night June 6 At Dodger Stadium

    Although often times baseball teams “borrow” promotions and gimmicks from other teams, there are a few traditions each season which, for various reasons, are original and irreplicable (i.e. the Colorado Rockies’ spectacular mullet hat). Of all the Dodgers promotions, the one most unique to the team is undoubtedly Hollywood Stars Night, which pits two teams […] More

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    Dodgers Video: Corey Seager Hits Solo Home Run On Career Day

    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ farm system is flush with players who are expected to not only reach the Majors, but also make a significant impact. One of those players is shortstop Corey Seager, who, at his 21 years of age and first experience this season at the Triple-A, has been generating quite a buzz and […] More

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    Dodgers Video: Hyun-Jin Ryu And Juan Uribe’s Unlikely Bond

    For the most part, when you see a friendship develop between two teammates there are some noticeable similarities between the two that forge the bond. Sometimes they’re from the same country, other times they rose through the Minor League ranks together, or perhaps they share similar interests and hobbies off the field. When it came […] More

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    Former Dodgers First Baseman Eddie Murray Was Once Among Highest Paid

    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ MLB-leading $269 million payroll this season has virtually become common knowledge among baseball fans. Moreover, it makes the Dodgers the poster child for extravagance when it comes to spending on players. Well, to lend a little more context that and strengthen the case of those who criticize teams like the Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers News: Zack Greinke Talks Pitch Counts, Recent Starts

    Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke gave the Dodgers as good a chance to complete a sweep of the Atlanta Braves as they could’ve asked for, pitching six innings and allowing only a third-inning solo home run to Cameron Maybin in the process and striking out nine. Atlanta’s left-hander Alex Wood pitched as well […] More

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    Preview: Dodgers And Braves Meet For First Time In 2015 Season

    Despite the numerous injuries they’ve suffered and in spite of last week’s scoring drought, the Los Angeles Dodgers are doing just fine. Their two-game lead atop the National League West, 13-9 record in May and the fact that they’ve only dropped one series all month indicate that, although it hasn’t been an extraordinarily good month […] More

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    Dodgers Video: So Cal Native Austin Barnes Discusses MLB Debut

    If for nothing else than the result itself, Sunday’s 11-3 loss to the San Diego Padres was a forgettable game for the Los Angeles Dodgers. One Dodger, however, will look back upon this day with pride for the rest of his life. Austin Barnes, who was called up from Triple-A after catcher Yasmani Grandal was […] More

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    Dodgers News: Ellis And Mattingly Discuss Void Left By Ryu

    Please enable Javascript to watch this video It’s no secret the Los Angeles Dodgers have suffered tremendous blows to their starting rotation. First it was the shoulder injury to left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu, one that initially reported to keep him sidelined just a few weeks. Then came the season-ending elbow injury to Brandon McCarthy, which required […] More

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    Gonzalez Puts Dodgers’ Scoring Drought Into Optimistic Perspective

    Suffice to say, being shut out in three consecutive games hurts. When you’re the Los Angeles Dodgers, however, and you’ve just been swept and shut out three consecutive games against your archival, the San Francisco Giants, the feeling is exponentially worse. This has made the last few games a tough pill to swallow for Dodger […] More

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    Dodgers Video: Alex Guerrero Tries To Sell Catch To No Avail

    Through various methods, baseball players are constantly looking to get an edge over their opponent. Whether it’s through old, time-tested tricks from yesteryear or via new, innovative ways to help the team win, there is a plethora of things players can do to get an edge. Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Alex Guerrero is no […] More

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    Dodgers Rank Among Most Expensive Teams Around The World

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have the highest payroll in Major League Baseball by a wide margin. Aside from the New York Yankees ($219 million payroll) and Boston Red Sox ($187 million), the Dodgers’s MLB-record $272 million payroll is at least $100 million more than every other MLB team. Even on a global scale, the Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers Offense Remains Silent, Suffer Series Sweep To Giants

    PAGES: 1 | 2 Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers once again went up against Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants on Thursday at AT&T Park. The Dodgers squandered a golden opportunity to reignite their suddenly slumping offense right off the bat, as Kiké Hernandez hit a one-out double followed by a two-out […] More

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