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    Preview: Cardinals And Dodgers Meet For First Time Since 2014 NLDS

    After an off-day Thursday, the Los Angeles Dodgers have their work cut out for them over the next 34 days as they’re set to average one game per day; they don’t play June 11, but have a doubleheader scheduled June 2. To make matters more interesting, they begin the stretch facing the St. Louis Cardinals, […] More

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    MLB All-Star Voting Update: Adrian Gonzalez Leads NL First Basemen

    With the Midsummer Classic set to take place on July 14 at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, MLB announced its first All-Star voting ballot update Wednesday. To little surprise, Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez holds a comfortable lead among players at his position, though is the only Dodger player who currently would […] More

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    Rick Honeycutt Believes Clayton Kershaw Will ‘Figure Things Out’

    It’s no secret that Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has been underperforming compared to his usual standards this year. The reigning NL MVP and Cy Young Award winner has struggled to find the rhythm he rode last season. During the month of May so far, the left hander has posted a 5.00 ERA and […] More

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    Dodgers News: Frias And Mattingly Not Worried Over Rough Outing

    The Los Angeles Dodgers were unable to complete a three-game sweep of the San Diego Padres on Sunday as they went down to their NL West rival in demoralizing fashion. Making his seventh career start, Carlos Frias faced off against Padres ace James Shields, who allowed no runs and just one hit through the sixth […] More

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    Preview: Kershaw Vs. Bumgarner Again As Dodgers Look To Avoid Sweep

    The Los Angeles Dodgers enter Thursday’s series finale against the San Francisco Giants having yet to score a single run in the series. Although the Giants were off to a rocky start to the season, they now sit just 2.5 games behind the Dodgers, and the Boys in Blue not only look to avoid a […] More

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    Recap: Frias Keeps Giants In Check But Dodgers Offense Is Nonexistent

    PAGES: 1 | 2 The Los Angeles Dodgers entered Tuesday night’s game with a 2-4 season record against the rival San Francisco Giants and looked to start the three-game series off on a positive note. With Tim Hudson on the mound, Joc Pederson led the game off with a line-drive double, and although Jimmy Rollins […] More

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    Dodgers News: Koufax Not In The Slightest Concerned About Kershaw

    Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw earned his 100th career win against the Colorado Rockies on Friday in his eighth start of the season. Although, many expected this milestone to come a bit sooner seeing as the reigning NL MVP and Cy Young Award winner entered the 2015 season with 98 career wins. The left-hander, […] More

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    Yasmani Grandal Leads Dodgers Offense In 14-Run Outburst

    PAGES: 1 | 2 In their series finale against the Milwaukee Brewers, the Los Angeles Dodgers looked to scrape by with a series tie as Carlos Frias toed the rubber against Mike Fiers. Joc Pederson, who went yard twice in Wednesday’s game, struck out to begin the game. Yasmani Grandal singled up the middle, but […] More

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    Preview: Carlos Frias Starts, Jimmy Rollins Sits In Finale

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have lost two of their last three games thus far against the Milwaukee Brewers and hope to scrape by with a series tie in Thursday’s early-start game. Last night’s road woes began early when Joe Wieland, making his Dodger debut, gave up a five runs in the first inning. The injury-ridden […] More

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    ESPN’s Jim Bowden Believes He Has Answer For Dodgers Rotation Need

    It’s no secret the Los Angeles Dodgers starting rotation is hurting with Hyun-Jin Ryu’s return unknown and essentially pushed back, and Brandon McCarthy out for the season due to Tommy John surgery. The organization has been shuffling through Triple-A to round out the backend of their rotation, and although this has not been entirely detrimental […] More

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    Eight Dodgers Listed As L.A.’s Most Powerful Sports Figures

    The city of Los Angeles is a hub for entertainment and sports, home to some of the most powerful and influential people in the nation. The Los Angeles Daily News compiled a list of the fifty most powerful sports figures in Los Angeles, including owners, executives, athletes, agents and institutions. Of the fifty names listed, […] More

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