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    Biggest Dodger Surprise: The Case for Clayton Kershaw

    When Clayton Kershaw inked a deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers in November of 2018, he spoke about the belief that he could regain some of his lost velocity. I’m not counting that out. It very well could. I have some ideas on maybe what I can do to improve on that, because there’s a […] More

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    Biggest Dodger Surprise: The Case For Cody Bellinger

    Continuing with the “Biggest Dodger Surprise” series, it’s fitting that we address Cody Bellinger, as his 24th birthday just passed. Bellinger’s 2019 is probably the least likely to be viewed as a “surprise.” Fans saw what he was capable of in his Rookie of the Year 2017 season and they also saw his minor sophomore slump last […] More

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    Biggest Dodger Surprise: The Case For Hyun-Jin Ryu

    The Los Angeles Dodgers may or may not have been surprised that Hyun-Jin Ryu accepted their $17.9M qualifying offer this past offseason. His injury-plagued history didn’t bode well in the free agent market, but in his performances when healthy he has shown himself to be a quality starter.  Whether or not to test free agency […] More

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    Biggest Dodger Surprise: The Case For Alex Verdugo

    Much had been heard about Alex Verdugo over the past few seasons.  He has graced many top prospect lists and as such, has also been a highly sought after prospect.  Nearly all of the Dodgers’ trade discussions over the past couple years have mentioned him, fortunately for Dodgers fans the front office didn’t bite. #Dodgers […] More

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    Biggest Dodger Surprise: The Case For Max Muncy

    Los Angeles Dodgers’ Max Muncy came into the 2019 season with big cleats to fill, his own.  Coming off of a break out 2018 season where he went from zero to hero, every Dodger fan wondered if he would be able to to replicate that performance.  Despite a slow Spring Training and April in which […] More

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    Dodgers: Joc Pederson Battles Vlad Guerrero Jr, Falls Short in Home Run Derby

    Last night, Los Angeles Dodgers’ Joc Pederson slugged an impressive 60 total home runs in Major League Baseball’s Home Run Derby, but unfortunately fell short in an incredible “derby for the ages”. First Round: Pederson vs Bregman Joc Pederson’s 21 first round home runs took down Houston Astros’ Alex Bregman as he couldn’t quite keep […] More

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    Dodgers Joc Pederson Breaks Home Run Derby Record with Heart

    Los Angeles Dodgers’ Joc Pederson participated in his second career Home Run Derby event.  He defeated Houston Astros’ Alex Bregman in the first round with 21 home runs to Bregman’s 16. While the second round ended in Pederson’s defeat, it will be his hard fought defeat that’s remembered, not Pete Alonso’s ultimate derby victory. 21 […] More

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    Dodgers: Joc Pederson Advances to Home Run Derby Semi-Final

    In today’s first round of Major League Baseball’s 2019 Home Run Derby, Los Angeles Dodgers’ Joc Pederson slugged an impressive 21 home runs. Joc Pederson with 21 dingers for a combined 1.6 miles in home runs @mlb pic.twitter.com/2RWTns5QOX — Daren Willman (@darenw) July 9, 2019 The average distance of which was 413 feet to go […] More

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    Dodgers’ Walk-Off Walk: A Team-First 101 Lesson

    Last night the Los Angeles Dodgers showed everyone another level of how dangerous they can be. Down by one with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, they worked 5 consecutive walks to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks. This was a “Team-First 101” lesson win. A Walk to Remember? Try five. pic.twitter.com/YanjxDqaRS — Los […] More

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    Dodgers: Max Muncy is Playing Like An All Star

    Much has been made of the season Cody Bellinger is having and rightfully so.  Bellinger has put together a quite an impressive 1st half.  What you likely haven’t heard much about is how incredible of a season Max Muncy is having. In fact, the most you’ve probably heard about him was his little clapback to […] More

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    Dodgers: Joc Pederson Struggles Through a Gloomy June

    Dodgers’ left-handed slugger Joc Pederson has never been known for a high batting average. His best value is his power against right-handed pitching and some big post-season moments. Through the end of May, Joc was putting up some great numbers, career numbers perhaps, and was even hitting for average. However, as solid as he looked […] More

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    Dodgers’ Chris Taylor Stepping Up When It Counts

    It’s no secret that Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop, Corey Seager, was just rounding into his old form before he suffered a hamstring strain that sideline him earlier this month. Leading up to the injury he was not only riding a 9-game hitting streak, he was hitting .330/.397/.589 with 11 doubles, 6 home runs, and 28 RBIs […] More

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