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    My Dodgers Player Attribute Adjustments a la MLB: The Show

    If your love of sports is equal to your love of video games, then you are a lot like me. To me, there is no better way to unwind than putting in your favorite game while listening to AM 570 on iHeartRadio. One of my favorite game franchises of all-time is MLB: The Show for […] More

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    Forsythe The More Sensible Solution to Dodgers Second Base Vacancy

    For almost three months now, the writers and fans have been asking, “who will be playing second base for the Dodgers in 2017?” While many have stated that the Dodgers would be just fine with either Kike Hernandez or the veteran Chase Utley in the spot, folks in upper management have been tying up every […] More

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    Adrian Gonzalez: A Sleeper Trade Candidate in 2017?

    Adrian Gonzalez is most definitely the model of consistency within the Dodgers lineup. As Vin Scully would say, he’s their “butter-and-egg man.” He is a lifetime .290 hitter and averages around 28 home runs a season. Throw in four Gold Glove Awards and you’ve found yourself a model employee in Gonzalez. Over the past couple […] More

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    Is Jose De Leon Next to be Traded?

    Going into an off-season with a less-than-fruitful free agent market could signal that the Dodgers may be inclined to improve the ballclub via trade rather than free agency. However, this conjecture did little to vanquish the thought of third baseman Justin Turner and closer Kenley Jansen possibly ending up elsewhere. Both men did incredible work […] More

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    The Dodgers Winter To-Do List

    With the 2016 baseball season behind us now, owners, players and fans now enter one of the most exciting offseasons the wide world of sports has to offer. Every team is to be represented at the Winter Meetings this December 4th through 8th. At these meetings, teams will be exploring all possible opportunities to improve their personnel, […] More

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    What to Look Out for This Postseason

    “Turbulent” is the word I’d choose to describe the Dodgers’ season to this point. An absolute avalanche of injuries, the demotion, promotion and sudden improvement of a polarizing cuban superstar, and the extended absence of the league’s best pitcher from the Dodger roster has all transpired over the last six months. Another word I would […] More

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    How to Watch the Dodgers in Los Angeles During the Cable Mess

    As we now enter the final stretch of the MLB regular season, Dodgers fans are cherishing every last syllable from the golden voice of baseball, Vin Scully. Unfortunately, for the past few seasons, 70% of the Dodgers television market are unable to watch Vin and their home team as Vin calls the few remaining games […] More

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    With Kershaw Sidelined Indefinitely, Dodgers Feeling Pressure to Make Splash at Deadline

    If we could choose one word to describe the Los Angeles Dodgers this season, said word would have to be “symptomatic.” Other words finding their way into the conversation at Dodgers fans’ dinner tables are “tendonitis,” “inflammation,” “rehab” and the dreaded three-word phrase, “Tommy John Surgery.” The Dodgers players have felt the bite of it all. […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Mid-Season Report Card

    When your tenure in academia is spent with your own father as your principal, you acquire certain skills that prove useful at any given moment. Like, for instance, the ability to explain why some grades are the way they are. (As well as the skill to be invited to parties after convincing everyone you aren’t […] More

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    Urias Finding Success With ‘Catch-As-Catch-Can’ Style

    Normally, a line that includes six walks is nothing to feel boastful about. When it ends up earning you your first career win, however, then that will do nicely. Julio Urias, the teenage rookie phenom went up against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday and had a pretty impressive performance, despite giving away six free baserunners. […] More

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    Julio Urias learning on the Fly in Trial by Fire

    With his first two MLB starts under his belt now, it is clear that even the Dodgers’ left-handed super prospect Julio Urias is susceptible to the steepest of learning curves. In his first outing in front of a brutal New York crowd, the Mets gave the kid a rude welcome as they chased him from […] More

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    Urias Has Some Things to Work on, But a Lot to Feel Good About

    In the months (perhaps years) leading up to his major league debut, 19-year-old pitching phenom Julio Urias has been compared to many pitchers alike. With both players coming to the MLB from Mexico, Fernando Valenzuela’s name has been almost synonymous with Urias as of late. Both left-handers made their debut at the age of 19. […] More

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