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    Dodgers: It’s Time to Stop Shuffling Players Around

    The 2019 Dodgers are team so deep and dominant, you’d think they were fairly consistent in their regular lineups because of it. Yet recently, the team has been effectively spinning the wheel with many players. And it’s high time they stopped it.  I'd honestly like to see the Dodgers stop dicking around with roles and […] More

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    A Complete History of Dodgers vs. Braves

    In a season where much of the National League is less than stellar, chiefly the surprisingly underachieving NL Central, two teams stand head and shoulders above the rest: the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Atlanta Braves. Treating any regular season series as an inevitable October prelude is always thinking too far ahead…but it might not […] More

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    Dodgers: How the 2019 Rookies Stack Up Against Other Classes

    Especially after a quiet off-season and a surprisingly slow trade deadline, the 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers have been defined by their seemingly endless supply of top-tier rookies. Starting with Alex Verdugo’s quick ascension to everyday player status, each month (or seemingly each week) has seen a new face win games night after night.  These rookies […] More

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    This Day in Dodgers History: Walter O’Malley Passes Away

    In recent decades, the subject of Dodgers ownership has been a rather checkered one. For a long stretch, the negligence of Fox and more egregiously Frank McCourt resulted in mediocrity on the field and eventual backlash from the fans. From 2012 to the present, the Guggenheim Group has brought the Dodgers back to perennial relevance […] More

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    The 2019 Dodgers are the Ultimate Walk-Off Team in Franchise History

    On Wednesday, the Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals in the best way possible. Down to their last strike on a day when they couldn’t hit a lick off Cards pitching, Russell Martin dribbled a ground ball through the middle for a sudden 2-1 victory.  How SWEEP it is!?: @Dodgers pic.twitter.com/ck7LGYxOQ4 […] More

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    Dodgers NL MVP Annals: Don Newcombe (1956)

    Welcome back to my series for Dodgers Nation, the Dodgers NL MVP Annals! In each installment, I take an in-depth look at every single MVP season by a Dodger and the player who won it. The Dodgers franchise can currently lay claim to 13 National League MVP awards, won by 11 different players. These span […] More

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    Dodgers Could Use Surplus Starting Pitching to Win in October

    With the Dodgers off to a hot start in August, spirits remain high amongst the Los Angeles faithful. Yet the continued excitement of perhaps the best team in franchise history is understandably muted for some by the relative inactivity at the non-waiver deadline. Refusing to meet Pittsburgh’s absurd asking price for Felipe Vasquez, they chose […] More

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    This Day in Dodgers History: Catcher Paul Lo Duca is Traded

    The buzz of trade season usually revolves around the anticipation of what big or surprising names any given team will pick up. In recent years, the Dodgers have grown accustomed to landing some of the biggest prizes on the non-waiver market, such as Yu Darvish and Manny Machado. Before that, they made a transformative splash […] More

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    Dodgers Legends Who Deserve a Statue at Dodger Stadium

    In addition to the enormous (and honestly much-needed) renovation plans for Dodger Stadium for the 2020 All-Star Game, the team made an equally big announcement by revealing that Sandy Koufax will officially have a statue by the new main entrance. It will be the second, following Jackie Robinson’s in 2017.  The new “Front Door” to […] More

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