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    Dodgers: Trade or No Trade, They’ll Be Good

    Christmas came and went quietly for Dodgers fans. Any that were like myself, spent a lot of time looking on Twitter for news on the potential Francisco Lindor & Mike Clevinger trade rumors. Well, no such luck. Those Christmas wishes of the Dodgers tipping the scales in their favor with a blockbuster trade are still […] More

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    Theories on Dodgers Perceived Struggles With Free Agents

    It’s December 16, 2019.  So far, the Dodgers have swung and missed on Stephen Strasburg, Gerrit Cole, Anthony Rendon, and Madison Bumgarner. All players the Dodgers were reportedly “in on” or “meeting with”. Why do the Dodgers struggle with trades? Why can’t they attract top-tier free agents? Is it simply greed and every team wants to […] More

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    Dodgers: Former Outfielder, Matt Kemp Visits Winter Meetings

    The past week at Winter Meetings was full of surprises and disappointments. While it was mostly disappointments for Dodger fans, one surprise was the pop-in visit by former Dodger Matt Kemp. Free agent Matt Kemp just showed up at the meetings. pic.twitter.com/WaXh6FAPMh — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 10, 2019 Matt Kemp appeared to be at […] More

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    Dodgers: The Fallout From Missing On Strasburg and Cole

    This week the Dodgers were outbid by the Yankees in their pursuit of right-handed pitcher Gerrit Cole. Not exactly a shocker for Dodger fans. Since the start of the Friedman era, the Dodgers have yet to really outbid anyone, let alone the Yankees. They have typically opted to scrape the bargain bin for the diamond in the roughs. […] More

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    Dodgers: Could Max Muncy Be The Key At Third Base?

    In my last article, I outlined the reasons third base is such a focus for the Dodgers to upgrade. Justin Turner’s defense has waned; his offense is good, but not great; and the Dodgers would like another power hitting right-handed batter in the line-up. While he’s not a right-handed hitter, moving Max Muncy to third […] More

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    Dodgers: Why The Focus on Third Basemen

    For all the trade talk surrounding the Dodgers this off-season, little has manifested. In fact, the biggest “splash” has been the re-signing of Rocky Gale to a minor league contract. So far, the big rumors have been the Dodgers targeting a right-handed power bat for third base.  The domino effect would of course shift Justin Turner […] More

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    Why the Dodgers Should Give Corey Seager Another Season at Shortstop

    Since the 2019 season ended, much has been made about Corey Seager’s subpar, return-from-injury season. This has led fans and sports analysts to project him being traded for an upgrade at shortstop. Though options are available for an “upgrade”, the Dodgers should wait and give Seager another year to right the ship. Seager’s History Corey Seager […] More

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    The Dodgers Finally Need a True Leadoff Hitter

    In 2019, Joc Pederson found himself as the Dodgers leadoff hitter nearly two-thirds of the time. Yes, he had the pop and in turn, a respectable OPS, but he lacked other key qualities for that batting slot. Wondering if he was the right man for the job was one of burning the questions fans had […] More

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    2017 Dodgers Woes Return Amidst Astros Cheating Allegations

    Leave it to the Houston Astros to pull me out of my 2019 baseball season slumber. It’s been over a month since my last editorial. Over a month since I watched ANY baseball. Over a month since the Dodgers were defeated by a Nationals team that I felt was very beatable. With that loss, came […] More

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    Dodgers vs Nationals 2019 NLDS: It Comes Down to This

    Well, the feeling is back. The butterflies that have accompanied Dodger fans’ stomachs for the past 7 Octobers have returned. There was certainly a flutter in Game 2 and again early in Game 3, but after Washington’s 4-run 5th and then another blown bases-loaded opportunity in the 7th for the Dodgers yesterday, those butterflies feel […] More

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    Dodgers Riding Regular Season Momentum in Postseason

    The dog days of Summer and the slow games of September have passed. October baseball is here, and the Los Angeles Dodgers now begin the sprint toward their highly anticipated 3rd consecutive World Series appearance. So far, this 2019 Dodgers team has played the season like a veteran runner tackles a marathon, with poise and […] More

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