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    Should the Dodgers be Shopping Chris Taylor?

    If the Dodgers want to add an impact player via the trade market this offseason, they should consider moving Chris Taylor. Earlier this week an article published on RedReporter made a strong case for the Cincinnati Reds to pursue Chris Taylor.  Having recently non-tendered outfielder Billy Hamilton the Reds are in search of outfield depth, […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews: Austin Barnes

    After a breakout performance in 2017, in which he posted a .289/.408/.486 slash line and an impressive 2.6 bWAR, Austin Barnes fell well short of expectations this season.  In 2018, Barnes regressed in virtually every offensive statistical category, and despite splitting catching duties in the Postseason with a struggling Grandal, he continued to look overmatched […] More

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    Kenley Jansen Volunteers at Annual Turkey Giveaway

    This past Friday, All-Star closer Kenley Jansen joined former Dodgers’ Ron Cey and Dennis Powell at Dodger Stadium. Jansen, Cey, and Powell partnered with a group of volunteers from the organization. Together, they helped distribute turkeys, fixings, and Dodger Dogs to 1,200 pre-selected families, and not-for-profit organizations in Los Angeles. The event, now in its […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Season Exit Interviews: Isaac

    With the 2018 Dodgers season in our rear view mirror, the Dodgers Nation Staff will be conducting ‘Exit Interviews’. These will highlight our high points and low points, and we will do our best to sum up what was one of the wildest seasons in Los Angeles Dodgers history.  This was my first season covering […] More

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    Dodgers: Max Muncy Named Finalist for Hank Aaron Award

    Max Muncy is one of 30 finalists for the 2018 Hank Aaron Award, given to the most outstanding offensive players in each league.  The award, which was introduced in 1999 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Aaron’s record-breaking home run, is based on the results of a vote between fans, broadcasters, and analysts. Muncy will […] More

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    Game Preview: Dodgers Shuffle Rotation, Hill to Pitch for Division Title

    Following yesterday afternoon’s champagne-filled celebration, the Dodgers made a significant, last-minute tweak to the starting rotation for game 162.  Rich Hill, and not Walker Buehler as was previously announced, will take the mound in San Francisco looking to add a sixth straight division championship to the team’s resume. The move gives the Dodgers the flexibility […] More

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    Recap: Dodgers Rally Late to Take Series Opener in Arizona

    Monday evening’s series opener in Arizona had every indication it would be a pitcher’s duel.  Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw took the mound against the hot-handed Robbie Ray – the two southpaw’s battled over 5+ innings with Kershaw ultimately getting the upper hand. In the 1st, the Dodgers’ offense looked to be carrying over the momentum […] More

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    Recap: Dodgers Rout San Diego, Maintain NL West Lead

    Saturday evening’s matchup between the first-place Dodgers and last-place Padres, played out exactly as we expected.  The Dodgers’ offense got ahead early, taking advantage of the Padres lackluster starting pitching, and Rich Hill kept the Padres off the scoreboard, outside of a mistake in the 6th. The Dodgers’ bats were loud from the beginning.  On […] More

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    Dodgers Beloved Spanish-Broadcaster Jaime Jarrín Agrees to Extension

    Baseball’s longest-tenured broadcaster, Jaime Jarrín, will return to the Dodgers for his 61st and 62nd season. The news comes just a day before the Dodgers are set to commemorate the Hall of Fame broadcaster’s 60 year-long career with an induction into the “Ring of Honor” before Friday afternoon’s series against the Padres. He’ll be just […] More

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    Recap: Dodgers Offense Flexes Its Muscle as Dodgers Take Pivotal Series Opener

    With the NL West on the line, Monday evening’s series opener between the division’s top contenders was an opportunity to make a statement.  The Dodgers’ bats were loud and the pitching assertive en route to a dominant 8-2 victory, lifting the Dodgers into sole possession of 1st. There were plenty of highlights in this one […] More

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    Alex Wood Sent to ‘Pen, Stripling to Take His Spot

    Alex Wood will rejoin fellow starter Kenta Maeda in the bullpen for the remainder of the season.  The move follows yesterday’s announcement that Wood will be skipping his next planned start in St. Louis, making way for Ross Stripling to follow up on his solid performance in Cincinnati. Just a year removed from an All-Star […] More

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    Dodgers News: Chris Taylor Selected to MLB All-Star Tour in Japan

    Chris Taylor will be headed to Japan this Fall, to represent the Dodgers in the 2018 MLB All-Star Tour.  Taylor was among the first 8 roster selections, in a group that also includes Yadier Molina, Rhys Hoskins, Christian Yelich, Eugenio Suarez, Ronald Acuña Jr., Whit Merrifield, and Carlos Santana. Under former Dodgers’ manager Don Mattingly, […] More

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