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    2014 Dodgers Season Preview: Health Will Be Key To Success

    The Los Angeles Dodgers head into 2014 looking to capitalize on the success of 2013, when they came two wins away from a World Series appearance.  The Dodgers lineup and pitching staff are stacked and they’re easily favored to win the NL West for a second straight year.  However, as Dodgers fans know, one key […] More

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    Surplus Goods: Why the Dodgers Shouldn’t & Won’t Trade an Outfielder

    The MLB hot stove has been sizzling this off-season.  Huge deals have gone down all around the league from the Prince Fielder/Ian Kinsler trade to the Mariners snagging Robinson Cano for 10 years/$240 million. All the while, people have been waiting for the team with the biggest pockets in baseball to make a big move. […] More

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    NLCS Recap: Dodgers Fall In Six Games To Cardinals, 2013 Over

    The Dodgers dropped Game 6 of the NLCS to the St. Louis Cardinals 9-0, losing the series 4-2 and ending the 2013 season.  Things got out of hand quickly as Clayton Kershaw just didn’t have it, getting tagged up for 10 hits and seven runs in only four innings of work.  Throw in a couple of ill-advised […] More

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    NLCS Game 3 Preview: Dodgers Face Must Win Situation at Home

    The Dodgers will return to home and try and put a highly disappointing weekend behind them. Hyun-Jin Ryu will take the mound for the Dodgers tonight in hopes of turning around the NLCS and avoiding a 3-0 series deficit.  The Cardinals will send their ace, Adam Wainwright, one of the best big-game pitchers to the […] More

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    NLCS Game 1 Preview: Dodgers’ Look to Ruffle Cardinals’ Young Arms

    The Dodgers and Cardinals are set to face off in the NLCS in Game 1 tonight as the Dodgers have been resting since clinching their series against the Braves on Monday night. St. Louis beat the Pirates in Game 5 of their NLDS series Wednesday behind a complete game shutout from Adam Wainwright. Since Wainwright […] More

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    NLDS Series Recap: Dodgers Chop Down Braves For 3-1 Series Win

    Southern California is abuzz as the Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves 4-3 Monday night to advance to the NLCS where they will face either the St. Louis Cardinals or the Pittsburgh Pirates.  The Dodgers offense outscored Atlanta 26-14 in the four game series, while Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke have formed a devastating one-two punch for the […] More

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    Dodgers-Braves NLDS Game 3 Preview: Dodgers Must Capitalize at Home

    With the Dodgers and Braves tied at a game apiece, the NLDS will move to Dodger Stadium tonight. Hyun-Jin Ryu (14-8, 3.00 ERA) will take the mound and hopefully dominate like he did at home all season long. Ryu was 7-4 with a 2.32 ERA at home this year, compared to a 3.69 ERA on the road. Pitching […] More

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    Dodgers-Braves NLDS Game 1 Preview: Kershaw Must Set the Tone

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, playoff baseball is here!  Fans in Los Angeles will be treated to watching the Dodgers in their quest for their first World Series appearance since 1988.  That’s the plan at least, but it would be unusual if the Dodgers didn’t face a few bumps in the road. […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Drop Two Of Three To Rockies, Eye Playoffs

    The 2013 season finally came to a close with the Dodgers dropping the final game of the season 2-1 to the Colorado Rockies.  Despite the loss, the atmosphere was jubilant at Dodger Stadium as Arsenio Hall led a post-game rally in celebration of the season and the upcoming playoffs. The Dodgers will open up postseason play […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Can’t Break Through, Giants Take 2 Of 3

    The Dodgers’ slog toward the postseason continued with another frustrating series loss, but  this time at the hands of the San Francisco Giants up at AT&T Park. Things looked promising Tuesday night as the Dodgers opened up the series with a 2-1 win led by Hyun-Jin Ryu’s seven solid innings of work. However, Ricky Nolasco’s […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Tune Up for Playoffs, Take 2 Of 3 From Padres

    Three days after clinching the NL West and taking a dip in the Chase Field pool, the Dodgers looked ready for playoff action.  The starting pitching was formidable as Los Angeles took two of three games against the San Diego Padres at PETCO Park. Don Mattingly rested everybody Friday night in a 2-0 loss.  The “A-Team” would come back […] More

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