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    Dodgers News: Team Had a Closed-Door Meeting

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are now on a six-game losing streak after falling to the San Diego Padres in back-to-back games. But, it was after getting swept by the Miami Marlins that the Dodgers held a closed-door meeting where they were able to freely discuss everything that seemed to be going wrong with the club […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team Must Keep Playing Their Game

    During their current five-game losing streak, the Los Angeles Dodgers have managed to only score nine runs. No matter what kind of team you are, even if you have a fantastic all-around pitching staff, scoring 1.8 runs per game is definitely not something that is a viable way to sustain success. This has been a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Andre Ethier Due Back In June

    Believe it or not, the Los Angeles Dodgers did get a little bit of good news in the last little while as they learned that outfielder Andre Ethier will most likely be back by June. The exact date or time is obviously not yet known, but this is still wonderful news because it means that […] More

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    Dodgers News: Urias Has Successful Bullpen Stint

    On Thursday night in Omaha, Nebraska, 19-year old left-handed pitching phenom Julio Urias took the mound in a way that wasn’t entirely normal. You see, he’s a starting pitcher and has been used primarily as such ever since the Los Angeles Dodgers signed him several years ago on the same scouting trip they signed Yasiel […] More

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    Dodgers News: Is It Time To Bench Kendrick?

    It has not been a glorious time since returning to the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup for Howie Kendrick. To put it simply, he has been woeful all over the place. In his first four games back, Kendrick was 4-for-16. While that’s still only a .250 batting average, it was still the best he has done […] More

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    Dodgers News: Injury Updates on Ethier, Ryu and McCarthy

    The Los Angeles Dodgers began this season with a ridiculous amount of players on the disabled list. Three of them were outfielder Andre Ethier, left-handed pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu, and right-handed pitcher Brandon McCarthy. As each one attempts to make their way back this season, it was learned that they’re all progressing quite well. The good […] More

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    Dodgers News: An Update on Yimi Garcia

    Right-handed reliever Yimi Garcia of the Los Angeles Dodgers recently had to be removed from a game against the Colorado Rockies because of right biceps soreness. He was subsequently placed on the disabled list as a result of the injury, and slowly news has started to trickle in regarding how fast he might be able […] More

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    Dodgers News: Roberts Talks Center Field Dynamic

    Whatever you do, do not tell Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts that there is a platoon taking place in center field between Joc Pederson and Trayce Thompson. As it stands, the two young outfielders are doing their best to earn playing time on a consistent basis, but Roberts says there is definitely not a […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Talks Offensive Woes

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are scuffling on offense right now. They’ve only scored five runs over the last three games, and that includes last night’s contest where they got shutout 2-0 by the Miami Marlins. Teams go through these stretches all the time. After all, it is baseball. This happens. However, it is a tad […] More

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    Dodgers News: Ryu Throws Another Bullpen Session

    The road back for Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Hyun-jin Ryu has been a very long and difficult one. After missing the entire duration of the 2015 season due to shoulder surgery, the valuable pitcher is still on the road to a full recovery. It has just taken a very long time, but now there is […] More

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    Dodgers News: Crawford Talks About Tampa Days

    Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford has been an interesting point of contention throughout his time on the team ever since he got traded by the Boston Red Sox. His injury issues, and lack of overall production, has effectively driven people away from his corner when discussing how he might be able to help the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kershaw Takes Blame For Loss

    Last night, Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw was cruising through five innings with nary a worry in sight. He had just retired 12 batters in a row, was looking downright dominant, and the only hit he allowed was a misplayed ball in left field by Carl Crawford that ended up as a triple for […] More

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