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    Despite Disappointment And Dejection, Hope Abound For Dodgers

    PAGES: 1 | 2 As we all know (and were reminded of Thursday night), elimination sucks. As ESPN Stats & Info pointed out after the Game 5 heartbreaker, the Los Angeles Dodgers know playoff elimination as well as anyone — tying the all-time record for playoff appearances without a trip to the World Series (nine). […] More

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    Dodgers’ 2015 Season Set Up Nicely For Postseason Success

    PAGES: 1 | 2 According to the betting experts, the Los Angeles Dodgers are the fourth-most likely team to win the 2015 World Series — tied with the New York Mets at 6-to-1 odds. Ahead of them are two American League teams (Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals) as well as the No. 1 […] More

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    Eye on October: The Battle Of The Dodgers’ No. 3 Starter For NLDS

    PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers figure to have some tough decisions on their hands when it presumably will come time to set their 25-man roster for the National League Division Series. Included in that is which pitcher to go with as the No. 3 starter. Now, if you’re new to this, you […] More

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    Dodgers’ Postseason Roster Getting Murkier By The Day

    PAGES: 1 | 2 It can be assumed two months ago 95 percent of Los Angeles Dodgers fans had never heard of Justin Ruggiano (and that might be generous), but today, Ruggiano is the face of what is quickly becoming a compelling competition for the 25 spots on the team’s playoff roster. While many sports […] More

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    Mike Bolsinger And Other Reasons For Optimism In Dodgers’ Bullpen

    PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers just suffered a four-game losing streak, Jim Johnson gave up plenty of runs, and the Joc Pederson/Yasiel Puig duo has largely continued to slump, but I’ve got a message for Dodger fans: relaaaaaxxxxxxx. Yes, none of those aforementioned issues are positives, and yet the Dodgers are still […] More

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    Making Sense Of The Dodgers Reported Three-Team Trade

    PAGES: 1 | 2 Nerd Alert! Nerd Alert! Nerd Alert! With the Dodgers’ divisional lead shrinking by the day, you knew the Dodgers weren’t going to stay quiet for long — the question wasn’t if the team would add pitching, but which pitching it would be. Many speculated about Cole Hamels and David Price, but, […] More

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    Dodgers Dilemma: Which Two Players Have All-Star Snub Cases?

    No day in baseball season makes more people mad than when the All-Star Game selections are announced, and, well, count me among the annoyed this year. As some have pointed out, there are snubs every season and blah, blah, blah — those snubs typically aren’t reigning MVPs, guys who have three Cy Young awards in […] More

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    Dodgers Dilemma: Improving In 2015 Shouldn’t Hurt The Future

    With the month of July and the countdown to the trade deadline (July 31) nearly upon us, we’re sure to hear the rumor mill around the Los Angeles Dodgers swirl as ferociously as ever. With that said, however, it needs to be remembered that this team is built for both the present and the future. […] More

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    Examining If The Dodgers’ Pitching Staff Can Sustain Its Success

    PAGES: 1 | 2 Entering the 2015 season, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitching staff appeared to be an anchor for what many believed would be a World Series contender. Two injured starters later, the Dodgers still (somehow) look like one of the best teams in the league, but the question is, is the pitching staff […] More

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    Breaking Down Trading Juan Uribe And Chris Withrow For Spare Parts

    PAGES: 1 | 2 Juan Uribe for Alberto Callaspo is a really bad trade. Uribe is better defensively, he’s better offensively and he’s definitely better for the clubhouse. Thank goodness the Los Angeles Dodgers didn’t trade Uribe for Callaspo, then. While many are reporting the trade as if that’s the summary, the reality is that […] More

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