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    Dodgers: Top 5 Starting Pitchers of the Last 10 Seasons

    This week we posed the question on Twitter as to who would be in your starting rotation out of all of the quality starting pitchers the Dodgers have sent to the mound over the last 10 years. Who is your Dodgers All-Decade (2010-2019) starting rotation? 1.2.3.4.5. We're looking for good reasons to embed into our […] More

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    Dodgers Nation: How to Combat Social Distancing

    One of the most interesting, entertaining and most surprising aspects of becoming a Dodgers fan is the ever-growing social media community that I’ve encountered over the last 7 years with its unique cast of characters, different perspectives and degrees of passion for our team. Human beings are not all built the same so the online […] More

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    Dodgers Twitter Watch Party: The 1988 Kirk Gibson Game

    For this fan, Dodgers baseball is so much more than the game in the field; it’s the community and the connection with people from all walks of life who all share a passion for the team. And like everyone else, while the world is on pause, I have been missing that connection more than words […] More

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    The Dodgers and Baseball: We Need You

    Like anyone my age, regardless of life path or background, I’ve lived a life full of ups and downs. It’s only been in my 40’s that I’ve been able to face those challenges with the right amount of strength and perspective, and this maturity, I feel, has even helped me thrive and become stronger the […] More

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    Dodgers: Baseball Fans Everywhere React to Games Being Cancelled

    Just 24 hours ago, in simpler times, I was confirming my travel plans for an eagerly awaited trip out to Opening Weekend in LA in just 14 short days, and here I sit after what feels like a full two weeks has already past, stunned, sad, and confused. Like most baseball and Dodgers fans, I […] More

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    2020 Dodgers: On Survival and Renewed Hope

    When the BBWAA highlights aired on MLB Network back in January, I had originally tuned in to watch our boy Cody Bellinger accept his NL MVP Award, and was pleasantly surprised to see Jerry Seinfeld, one of the greatest comedians of my generation and renowned baseball fan – present at the head table. Known for […] More

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    Dodgers: Social Media Reacts to Mookie Betts Trade (Again)

    Last week, when news broke across social media that Andrew Friedman had pulled off an improbable heist on the Boston Red Sox, reactions across the baseball world began to pour in. The excitement receded quickly, however, as the trade hit a snag which resulted in one of the wilder weeks in recent Dodger (and baseball) fandom. […] More

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    Dodgers: On Karma – Revisited; Fans Finally Get What They Deserve

    There’s a line in an old episode of Sex and the City that has struck a chord with me any time I’ve heard it. Perennially single, often cynical Miranda is having an anxiety attack while getting ready for a date with an extremely handsome guy she met, and she’s not used to this kind of […] More

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    Dodgers: Players and Fans React to Mookie Betts Trade on Social Media

    It was an otherwise quiet Tuesday. Though the countdown to the start of spring training was mercifully, finally, down to single digits, as has been the norm throughout this off-season, Dodgers fans were feeling restless. Several baseball writers’ tweets over the last week continued to tease us into imagining a world where Mookie Betts and […] More

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    To The People of Los Angeles: Sorry For Your Loss

    Back in early 1984, along with watching a lot of Expos games with me, my best childhood friend  won an all expenses paid trip for two to attend the 1984 Summer Olympics in the great city of Los Angeles – the mythical, sunny land that, to this then young 13-year old, seemed so far, far […] More

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