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    Its Not As Bad As It Seems For the Dodgers

    It is no secret the Los Angeles Dodgers have had a miserable time batting against left-hand pitching this season, finishing dead last in the league in all major statistical hitting categories. Luckily for the Dodgers heading into game 6 of the National League Championship Series, the Cubs will throw out right handed pitchers Kyle Hendricks […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kenta Maeda Gets The Ball for Game 5

    The Dodgers have confirmed that Kenta Maeda will take the mound and start in game 5 of the National League Series verses the Chicago Cubs. Maeda has struggled this postseason with an ERA of 9 and giving up 7 runs in just seven innings pitched over 2 starts, however he understand he must deliver verses […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Favorites to Win The World Series

    After a big game 3 win over the Chicago Cubs last night, the Dodgers have not only taken control of the series but they have also swayed the momentum in their favor. According to SportsLine, the Dodgers are favorites to win the World Series at 7-4 odds. The Dodgers have a 70% to win the National League Champion […] More

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    Veterans are Leading the Dodgers to Victory

    The Dodgers opened up this postseason with seven rookies on the roster, however it has been the veterans like Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner and Adrian Gonzalez who have carried the team thus far. The Dodgers are looking to rewrite the postseason narrative after winning the National League Western Division in four straight season […] More

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    Why Rich Hill Will Dominate This Postseaon

    As the Los Angeles Dodgers open up postseason play in Washington D.C. versus the Nationals, LA will look to Rich Hill in game two. Clayton Kershaw already secured the win in a 4-3 game one victory over the Nats. The Kershaw and Hill one-two punch is probably not what most Dodgers fans would have had anticipated […] More

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    Vin Scully Interview With Dan Patrick on Final Broadcast and More

    This morning in an interview on the Dan Patrick Show, Vin Scully spoke about his plans for his final home stand broadcast at Dodgers Stadium and final broadcast in San Francisco. In his 67th and final season as the Dodgers broadcaster, for Vin Scully the love for baseball started nearly 80 years ago as a […] More

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    Vin Scully Memorable Moments and Life After Broadcasting

    On October 2nd, 2016, Vin Scully will take one last trip to the broadcast booth to call his final Dodgers game. Over the course of 67 years of broadcasting for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, Vin has complied numerous historical calls that will forever be immortalized in not only Dodgers history, but Major League […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rich Hill on Perfect Game via MLB Network Radio

    In Rich Hill’s latest start down in Miami on Saturday night, the veteran left-hander flirted with perfection pitching 7 scoreless innings with 9 strikeouts on 89 pitches, before being taken out by manager Dave Roberts. Hill, 36, has been on the disable list twice this season due to a lingering blister laceration on his left […] More

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    Dodgers News: Andre Ethier Expected to be Added to Roster This Weekend

    According to Dodgers insiders, Andre Ethier is on his way to Miami joining the Dodgers for the 3 game series and could possibly be reinstated by as early as tonight. Ethier has been sidelined with a fractured tibia after fouling  a foul ball off his shin in a spring training game on March 18, against […] More

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    Get To Know Carlos Ruiz

    This week the Dodgers acquired former Philadelphia Phillie catcher, Carlos Ruiz in exchange for A.J Ellis and pitching prospect Tommy Bergjans, along with a player to be named later. With emotions still on high because of the departure of beloved Dodger, A.J Ellis, here is who the Dodgers are getting in return. Carlos Ruiz, 37, signed […] More

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    State Assembly Votes To Name Portion of 210 Freeway After Jackie Robinson

    The California Assembly Tuesday passed a resolution to name a portion of the 210 Freeway  after Brooklyn Dodgers legend, Jackie Robinson. The Hall Of Famer grew up in Pasadena where he attended John Muir High School, Pasadena City College and UCLA. Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, breaking the color barrier by becoming the […] More