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    Know Thy Enemy: What Are The Dodgers N.L. Foes Doing This Off-Season?

    If the Dodgers are hypothetically sitting around the Thanksgiving dinner table with all of the other MLB teams, they should remember this famous saying: “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.” We are in the middle of the offseason and the Dodgers haven’t made any moves yet. Josh Reddick has left for the Astros, and […] More

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    Baseball Is The Most Unpredictable Sport

    With today’s fast-paced lifestyle and things constantly grabbing our attention it is easy to call baseball “boring” and “slow.” And to a degree, the haters are right. It’s a change of pace from what we are used to today, which makes sense because baseball is America’s national pastime. But baseball’s slow natured game and its […] More

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    Justin Turner Absolutely Needs To Be Re-Signed

    The 2016 MLB season may be over tonight between the Cubs and the Indians, but this doesn’t mean that the Dodgers are sitting back and relaxing in their offices. Baseball never stops. Now the attention is focused on the offseason, and the winter meetings are almost a month away. The Dodgers cannot lay low this […] More

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    Dodgers Postseason Report Card

    I don’t know about you, but the Dodgers losing to the Cubs in the NLCS still stings like a fresh wound. The Cubs did establish themselves as the superior team, but the Dodgers did seem to beat themselves, and fatigue was a factor. To recap the playoffs, I’ve written a report card that summarizes each […] More

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    It’s Time for Yasiel Puig to Step Up in the 2016 NLCS

    One of the major reasons why the Dodgers defeated the Nationals in five games in the NLDS is that everyone on the Dodgers 25 man roster delivered in some way or another. Andre Ethier hit a clutch single in Game 4, allowing Chase Utley to bat, and drive in Andrew Toles to extend the series. […] More

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    Trailing 2-1: Who Have Been The Dodgers’ Playoff Heroes So Far?

    No matter what happens Tuesday (and if we’re lucky) Thursday, some Los Angeles Dodgers deserve some praise. Without these players, the team would not be where it is right now, and these guys should deserve a shout out. Granted, some things may change depending on what happens during the rest of the series, but as of […] More

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    Why The Dodgers Will Survive Without Home-Field Advantage

    When Brandon McCarthy gave up six runs Friday, Sept. 30 against the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ fate was set. All hopes were dashed on catching the Washington Nationals for home-field advantage in the NLDS. Now the Dodgers have to travel across the country to play game one and two in Nationals. Losing home-field […] More

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    Kiké Hernandez Absolutely Deserves a Spot on the Playoff Roster

    Now since the Dodgers won the NL West title in dramatic fashion, it is time to look forward to the NLDS against the Washington Nationals. The only drama the Dodgers have for the rest of the season is… who gets home field advantage and who makes the playoff roster? For those who don’t know, a […] More

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    Who Can Be the Dodgers Unsung Heroes in October?

    Looking forward to the postseason (which is less than a month away), it is easy to turn to your team’s stars and expect them to carry the load. For the Cubs, it’s Kris Bryant, Jon Lester, and Aroldis Chapman. For the Nationals, it’s Bryce Harper, Daniel Murphy, and Max Scherzer. For the Boston Red Sox, […] More

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    Where does Andre Ethier fit When He Comes Back?

    Ever since Yasiel Puig has been called back up, the Dodgers’ outfield is starting to make more sense. Left field is covered by Howie Kendrick, center field is manned by Joc Pederson and Kike Hernandez when the Dodgers don’t want Pederson to hit off a lefty, and in right field the team has Josh Reddick […] More

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    The Case for Trading Yasiel Puig for Ryan Braun

    Trading Yasiel Puig feels like a touchy subject within the Dodger community. He, as Vin Scully puts it, is the wild horse. He is only 25 years old, and still has a boatload of potential. Dodgers fans like myself fell in love with them when he first joined the team in June of 2013, when […] More

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    Howie Kendrick: The Model for Consistency

    Whenever I sit down and watch the Dodgers play, I constantly think of the status of players and their future with the team. Like this: Corey Seager… amazing, not sure what we’d do without him. Kenta Maeda…. consistently solid. Some of these “thoughts” can change throughout the season… and a classic example of this is […] More

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