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    Los Angeles Dodgers Bullpen Outlook for 2018 Season

    The recent evolution of baseball has ushered in a greater reliance on bullpens than in previous eras. Luckily, the Los Angeles Dodgers have adapted well enough to that current trend. The Dodgers bullpen led big league bullpens in ERA in 2016 and ranked 4th in that same category in 2017. The unit comprises of some […] More

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    Yasmani Grandal Will Get Majority of Playing Time at Catcher to Start Year

    One of the more compelling positional battles for the Los Angeles Dodgers has seemingly concluded, with Yasmani Grandal claiming victory. Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times is reporting that Grandal is going to be getting most of the playing time at catcher to start the season, according to Dave Roberts. This comes after a […] More

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    Relief Pitcher Mark Lowe Released by Los Angeles Dodgers

    The major league comeback attempt of right-handed relief pitcher Mark Lowe has hit a bump in the road just a couple weeks before Opening Day. Jerry Crasnick of ESPN is also reporting that the Los Angeles Dodgers have released Lowe from his minor league contract. Lowe reportedly wants to continue his career, and would not […] More

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    Kenley Jansen Scratched from Game Due to Hamstring Injury

    Spring training can be a time for unbridled optimism or neurotic pessimism. The Kenley Jansen hamstring injury plays into the latter factor. An unheralded youngster who exceeds expectations can surely become the next franchise cornerstone, while simultaneously any injury or setback can bring with it the potential to unravel a once-promising season. We espouse any […] More

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    Tim Lincecum Has Some Interesting Comments About the Dodgers

    Tim Lincecum chose to sign with the Texas Rangers over the Los Angeles Dodgers last week. Since then, he has made some very pointed comments about the Dodgers. John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote a great piece about the emotional status of Lincecum as the multiple Cy Young winner copes with the death of […] More

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    Tim Lincecum Chooses to Sign with the Rangers Instead of the Dodgers

    It appears that any dreams of Tim Lincecum donning Dodger Blue to the chagrin of Giants’ faithful have been dashed for now. Jon Heyman is reporting that “The Freak” has chosen to sign with the Texas Rangers instead of the Dodgers, who were the other finalist to assist him in his big league comeback. Lincecum […] More

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Sign Rocky Gale to Minor League Deal

    The Los Angeles Dodgers made a move to bolster their depth at catcher, signing Rocky Gale to a minor league contract. The deal was first reported by Chris Cotillo of SB Nation. Gale will receive an invitation to the Dodgers big league Spring Training camp. It seems unlikely that Gale is going to be on […] More

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    Los Angeles Dodgers Lose Tony Watson to the San Francisco Giants

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have officially lost a pitcher who earned two out of their three World Series victories in 2017. Tony Watson will certainly be an interesting trivia answer for Dodgers faithful after his memorable stint with the club, but he’s now swapping out Dodger Blue for the Orange and Black. The San Francisco […] More

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    Five Dodgers Included on Schoenfield’s Way-too-Early All-Star Team

    In an off-season that has been unprecedentedly slow in terms of player movement, people need their fix of baseball discussion. If we can’t debate the merits of huge free agent signings or bold trades, then we have to frantically search for our baseball talk elsewhere. David Schoenfield of ESPN has come to the rescue at […] More

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    Why The Dodgers/Giants Rivalry Might be the Very Best in Baseball

    East coast bias is a very real thing, but it’s somewhat understandable. When major media corporations are based on the East coast, they’ll prioritize the coverage of franchises based on their proximity to New York City, undoubtedly the media capital of the world. Other factors are stacked against teams playing in the Pacific Time Zone, […] More

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    Should the Dodgers Shut Down Clayton Kershaw for the Rest of the Regular Season?

    Political theorists often base their beliefs on character and interaction not just on what they deem fundamental human nature, but also an idea of rational self interest. While most agree that actors will pursue a course of action that in some way benefits their self interest, a great deal of debate centers around the distinction between […] More

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    The NL West is Now Officially Up for Grabs

    Vin Scully once joyfully exclaimed “the impossible has happened!” Although the Los Angeles Dodgers catching the San Francisco Giants in the NL West standings isn’t quite Kirk Gibson hitting a pinch hit World Series home run off legendary closer Dennis Eckersley while injured, it still seemed like a highly improbable task just a month ago […] More

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