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    Feels Like Home: A Thank You Letter to the Los Angeles Dodgers

    To my beloved Los Angeles Dodgers organization, Consider this a belated thank you note, one I’ve sat down to compose on many occasions since the first week of April, until I realized just how massive of an undertaking it is to properly express my gratitude for everything Dodgers baseball has brought into my life. As […] More

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    The 2018 Dodgers: Life Goes On

    Contributing this guest piece to Dodgers Nation is Gail Johnson. Gail has written as a full time contributor for Dodgers Nation in the past, and we welcome her back with open arms! “If baseball has taught me anything, it’s that the failures on the field will pale in comparison with what life will throw at […] More

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    The 2018 Dodgers: A Rollercoaster Ride of Emotions

    A baseball season, as well as the mere concept of being a diehard fan of one its teams, if nothing if not a rollercoaster ride, eliciting a full spectrum of emotions from those who choose to take the ride. A nightly visit to Twitter during games, among many other things, is proof of how much […] More

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    The 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers: Great Expectations

    “In the history of the Dodgers, nothing has ever come easy”. – Vin Scully “Nothing gold can stay” – Robert Frost, 1874-1963 A few weeks ago I touched on the idea of a World Series Hangover and what it means for Dodgers fans. Last year’s season-long party had ended so suddenly and on such a […] More

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    The Wide World of Dodgers Twitter and Who is Worth a Follow

    Let’s just say I had no idea what I was getting myself into. 4 years ago this month as I started watching more baseball games than I had since my teens, I discovered the wonderful land of Twitter, and my life hasn’t been the same since…in the very best way possible. As the journey progressed, […] More

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    Dodgers Fans and the Dreaded World Series Hangover

    It can be deeply unpleasant and often brings out the worst in its victims, who swear they are never going to put themselves through this kind of pain ever again. Certain death feels imminent. Life as you know it is over. What I’ve described here, friends, is not the Dodgers on a bad losing stretch, but […] More

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    Dodger Stadium in the Twilight

    “Feel the strength In the twilight Break the chain That binds your heart to the dead of night Come feel the hope In the twilight Let it take your soul And we’ll go on forever and ever…” From “In The Twilight” by BLVD. Twilight, the “soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is […] More

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    Dodgers Fan Feature: One Last Game with Dad

    Baseball, in its unique and storied past, has dates that stand out above all others. Depending on our ages and personal history with the sport, we each have our own moments, memories, and places in time that will forever be etched in our hearts and minds. If we’re fortunate to have experienced these types of […] More

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    Dodgers Fan Feature: In Dad’s Arms

    It’s July 7, 2016. The Dodgers are 48-40 and sitting in 1st place in the NL West. Vin Scully in his bittersweet last season as Dodgers announcer, as was his custom, is keeping the audience engaged in the game. Never mind that the Padres would go on to shut out the Dodgers 6-0 at Dodger […] More

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    Dodgers Nation – A Special Place To Be

    Behind every true baseball fan is a story, and some stories span generations. Everyone has his or her own unique tale about how they became a Dodgers fan, and each is special – after all, they all involve this storied, historic and special organization we all know and love. When I started contributing to Dodgers Nation last spring and told […] More

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    The Home Run That Changed Everything

    Many baseball fans have a unique story about how they came to love their team, and as a Dodgers fan living so far from my team – about 3,500 miles away from Dodger Stadium, in another country – I am often asked “Why the Dodgers?”. It’s a fair question and one I am proud to answer, […] More

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    After 110 Days, Here Comes The Sun

    110 Days. On February 19, the day the full Dodgers squad officially reported to Spring Training, it had been 110 days since Game 7 broke our blue hearts. 110 days since Kenley Jansen threw the last Dodger pitch of an incredibly memorable, historic season, and 110 days since Corey Seager made the team’s last contact. […] More

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