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    Dodgers: Did the Astros Get What They Deserved for Cheating?

    Well, it finally happened. After two whole months of trash can memes, apologies to Yu Darvish, painful flashbacks to the 2017 World Series, and more, MLB has finally handed down its punishment to the Houston Astros. In addition to losing first and second round picks in the 2020 and 2021 drafts and a $5 million […] More

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    Dodgers: A Farewell to Ace and Cultural Phenom, Hyun-Jin Ryu

    When the news broke that Hyun-Jin Ryu had signed with a team not called the Los Angeles Dodgers, a lot of emotions we’re swirling — we had lost our loveable Korean Monster. If there is one element that has distinguished the Dodgers franchise compared to others, it is their ahead-of-the-curve embrace of racial and ethnic […] More

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    Dodgers: Top Moments of the Decade – Part 2

    In part 1, I highlighted the best moments from 2010-2014. Now it’s time for the cream of the crop from 2015-2019. Let’s dig in! Charlie Culberson’s Walk-Off Sends Vin Scully Out in Style  2016 was a crucial year for the Los Angeles Dodgers in many regards. After two straight first round exits under Don Mattingly, […] More

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    Dodgers: Top Moments of the Decade – Part 1

    The 2010s was a decade that resoundingly proved Vin Scully’s saying that for the Dodgers — both Brooklyn and Los Angeles — nothing comes easy. It was a decade that saw the franchise undergo enormous changes, from ownership to the front office to the announcer’s booth. With Yankee-level money and cutting-edge analytics, the team put […] More

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    For Gerrit Cole, Dodgers Ownership Needs to Do Whatever it Takes

    After last off-season, when the most prized free agents didn’t sign until well after the Winter Meetings, this year is shaping up to be different. Top free agency prize Gerrit Cole is being courted aggressively, with offers slated to begin this week.  At the moment, the Yankees are looking like the slam dunk favorite to […] More

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    Dodgers: Evaluating Every Friedman Era Off-Season Acquisition

    This Sunday, the MLB off-season will officially kick into a frenzy (at least hopefully) with the Winter Meetings in San Diego. After the anticlimax of last year’s meetings in Las Vegas (in which hometown hero Bryce Harper was the coveted FA target), this year will hopefully help set a better tone, perhaps ideally with SD […] More

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    Dodgers: Kenta Maeda is a Reliever Until Proven Otherwise

    So far, the off-season for the Dodgers is shaping up to be a tumultuous one, for better and worse. The continued unraveling of the Astros scandal is opening up 2017 wounds for many, yet also providing a weird chance at closure at the same time. This on top of rumors linking Los Angeles to Mookie […] More

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    Should the Dodgers Consider Free Agent Cole Hamels for 2020 Rotation?

    It is an indisputable fact that the Dodgers need to sign one of Gerrit Cole or Stephen Strasburg this off-season. It’s been seven years since the last big FA pitching splash when Zack Greinke was given a then-record deal for right-handed pitchers.  However, even if one of those aces is rightfully acquired by Los Angeles, there’s […] More

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    Dodgers: With Astros 2017 Sign Stealing Scandal, A Chance for Closure

    No Dodger fan of any background, age or expectation can escape the shadow of the 2017 World Series. Its manifold shocking twists and turns, the agony of being so close in so many ways…if the Dodgers don’t win it all in this current window, it would likely have the potential to haunt the fandom like […] More

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    Dodgers: Top Off-Season Moves From the Past 10 Years

    It has become a common refrain that the Dodgers’ ownership and front office, despite access to pools of money and the urgency of a growing title drought, doesn’t do nearly enough to put the optimal product out on the field.  I’m not here to disagree with that. The last two off-seasons, geared more around resetting […] More

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