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    The Dodgers Front Office Needs to Have a Big Off-Season

    After a stunning first-round exit in 2019, it’s clear the Los Angeles Dodgers need to retool many facets of their organizational philosophy. While Dave Roberts was quickly assured of his job, one major change may come in Andrew Friedman being courted by the Boston Red Sox.  I’ll be honest: I don’t think this franchise is […] More

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    It’s Time for the Dodgers to Move on From Dave Roberts

    I’m going to start this article in a way most probably wouldn’t expect it to, by saying this: In all of his time as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, I never, ever, wanted Dave Roberts to be fired.  To the contrary, I’ve advocated for him right from the beginning. In the aftermath of Don […] More

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    This Day in Dodgers Postseason History: Lima Time Ignites the 2004 NLDS

    As a result of the franchise’s current run of success, it’s easy to let certain details of past Dodger futility slip down the memory hole. One that is particularly hard to comprehend is that, following that ‘88 championship, the Dodgers not only didn’t win another playoff series for 20 years. For 16 of those years, […] More

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    Dodgers 2019 NLDS: Believe in Walker Buehler

    When the Dodgers cruised their way to a franchise record 106 wins in the regular season, there was optimism that it would translate into a similarly smooth October. The 2017 team, despite losing their historic dominance during the 1-16 nosedive, managed to snap back into form to almost go undefeated for the entire NL playoffs.  […] More

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    Dodgers Postseason: LA’s History in Winner-Take-All Game 5

    After such a dominant win in game three, the stars seemed aligned for the Dodgers to punch their ticket to the NLCS the next game. But Max Scherzer and Ryan Zimmerman had other plans, and now it’s back to Chavez Ravine for a win-or-go-home game five.  It will be Walker Buehler versus Stephen Strasburg in […] More

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    Examining the Top Dodgers Postseason Villains

    As the Dodgers kick off their seventh straight postseason, expectations are high…as is fan anxiety. One reason for this isn’t just the many heartbreaks the Dodger faithful have endured. It’s that so many of these heartbreaks seem to be dished out primarily by one-man shows.  It’s one thing when you just get beaten by a […] More

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    5 Dodgers Players to Be Excited About This October

    With the regular season officially over and a franchise record 106 wins, the real work begins this Thursday. Given the multitude of heartbreaks Dodgers fans have suffered the past three decades, there’s understandably much anxiety going into October.  It makes sense, as there are no shortage of question marks. Can Kenley Jansen keep it together? […] More

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    Dodgers: What Went Wrong With the Rest of the NL West

    The Dodgers’ seventh consecutive NL West title was perhaps their easiest yet, chiefly on the strength of their consistent play from Opening Day to game 162 (in which they can set the franchise record for single season wins).  But it was also made easier by the fact that no one else in the division gave […] More

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    Dodgers: Kenley Jansen’s Greatest Career Moments

    No eminent Dodgers player has had a more tumultuous 2019 than Kenley Jansen. Despite some great moments, he’s gotten more flack for the lows, reaching a new career high in blown saves. But in San Diego this past week, he enjoyed a well-earned feat when he notched his 300th career save.  Tonight was a definitively […] More

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    This Dodgers Bullpen is Better Suited for October Success

    Since taking over as President of Baseball Operations in 2014, Andrew Friedman has been resourceful and brilliant in assembling every last part of the roster. But if there’s one area where he doesn’t get a passing grade, it’s the bullpen. As I observed a few months ago, his track record is mixed at best.  2019 […] More

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