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    Dodgers: Where Were You For Clayton Kershaw’s No-Hitter?

    Five years ago today was a game no Dodger fan will ever forget: Clayton Kershaw’s historically dominant no-hitter. As such, it’s a game you’ll never forget where you were as it unfolded moment for moment. In addition to my This Day in Dodgers History recap, I asked the denizens of Dodgers Twitter to share their […] More

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    Dodgers: Exploring What Could Be Wrong with Dylan Floro

    As atrocious as the Dodgers bullpen has been this season and last, one of the few names to consistently elicit praise rather than vitriol is Dylan Floro. Armed with a near-unhittable sinker, he blossomed in 2018 with a 1.63 ERA after being reacquired from Cincinnati at the deadline. His incredibly nondescript face has made him […] More

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    Dodgers: A History of the Los Angeles Club vs. the Anaheim Angels

    Summer is almost here, and in addition to a slew of games against NL West teams, that means it’s time for a Freeway Series with the Anaheim Angels who lay an arbitrary claim to Los Angeles. OK, it didn’t take me long to make fun of their name, but we’ll get to that later. Arriving […] More

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    The Dodgers Should Explore a Tony Watson Reunion

    For decades, the idea of the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants trading with each other has been treated as anathema. The paucity of transactions between them is often considered an apt measure of the rivalry’s intensity. Since their commensurate move west in 1958, they’ve pulled the trigger on just three deals. Well, there […] More

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    The Dodgers Were Right to Pass on Bryce Harper Contract

    With the Philadelphia Phillies rolling into town for a weekend series tonight, one name draws as much attention as ever: Bryce Harper. The name that loomed over Dodger fans and pundits this past offseason is finally back at Dodger Stadium, now clad in Philly red pinstripes. When Harper inked his record 13-year contract with the […] More

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    Dodgers: A Long and Sometimes Painful History vs. Phillies

    The history of Philadelphia and Brooklyn/Los Angeles battling is almost entirely old as the teams themselves. The Philadelphia Phillies have tread the diamond since 1883, while Brooklyn started the following year of 1884. That’s good enough for 2,102 games, and the Boys in Blue hold the head-to-head edge decisively at 1,169-918. Given the decades of […] More

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    Dodgers: A Farewell to Dodger Great Bill Buckner

    As fans settled in for an extended weekend of baseball on Memorial Day, one of the game’s unsung heroes passed on. Bill Buckner, a native of Vallejo, CA who played with the Dodgers in 8 of his 22 seasons, passed away aged 69 from dementia. Not even 70 years old … farewell, Bill Buckner. https://t.co/YDXiQqn8qs […] More

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    Dodgers: The History Between the Dodgers and New York Mets

    After a resoundingly successful road trip, the Dodgers return to Elysian Park to square off against the New York Mets. With the Amazins currently at .500 and in the middle of the NL East standings, the series doesn’t necessarily carry any urgency. But since we’ll be hosting the orange and blue for four games, it’s […] More

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    Dodgers: Evaluating Every Friedman Era Bullpen Acquisition

    The 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers look like a championship team in every way so far. Well…almost every way. It’s no secret their bullpen is starting to resemble those of 2014 or 2015, and yesterday’s game in Tampa Bay only made that clearer. Kiermaier hits a 3 run home run. It's 8-1 Rays. Our bullpen needs […] More

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    Dodgers: Top 10 Longest Scoreless Innings Streaks in L.A. Dodgers History

    Nothing is as quintessential to Dodger greatness as dominant starting pitching. The 2019 team’s rotation has been almost too good for words as of late, with Walker Buehler rounding into form at last, Rich Hill shaking off his rust, and Clayton Kershaw being as not-great-but-really-good as he can be at this point. From @DodgersPR: With […] More

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    This Month in Dodgers History: Brooklyn’s Roy Campanella

    The canard of a certain sports team having “the greatest fans in the world” is a heinously tired one. Not only is it uttered by players from every team, but there’s no real way of qualifying it. Is it best determined by annual attendance, or perhaps merchandise sales? Perhaps its size in numbers outside of […] More

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