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    Social Media Reacts to Dodgers Wild 4-3 Win Over the Nationals

    Of course, the dugout and what was left of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ bullpen erupted as Clayton Kershaw struck out the final batter to preserve a 4-3 win over the Washington Nationals. Manager Dave Roberts had to make some desperate moves in order to ensure the Dodgers’ playoff future. The moves included using Joe Blanton […] More

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    Complete Team Effort Leads the Dodgers to the NLCS, 4-3 Over Nationals

    The Los Angeles Dodgers were able to overcome a rough start by Rich Hill and were able to fend off the Washington Nationals 4-3. With the win Los Angeles has punched their ticket to the National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs. Outfielder Joc Pederson finally brought an end to what looked to be […] More

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    Chase Utley’s RBI Single Forces Game 5 in Washington

    When the Los Angeles Dodgers needed it the most, the veteran Chase Utley came through with a big RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning. The Dodgers were able to escape with a narrow 6-5 victory over the Washington Nationals. Andrew Toles reached base after being hit by a pitch and Andre Ethier singled […] More

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    Dodgers News: Vin Scully To Appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live

    For the first time since calling his final game Sunday, Oct. 2, Vin Scully will be making an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Scully just called it quits on a 67-year broadcasting career for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Vin Scully to appear Thursday on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ https://t.co/c7rFagCNPq pic.twitter.com/SbBv68bDIl — Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) October 11, […] More

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    Down 2-1 To Washington, LA Turns To Clayton Kershaw For Game 4

    On the brink of elimination, the Los Angeles Dodgers have chosen to go with Clayton Kershaw to start game four of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals. Joe Ross will take the mound for the Nats. The Dodgers are looking to win in the friendly confines of Chavez Ravine. If won, game five would take place […] More

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    This Day in History: Dodgers Announce Move to Los Angeles From Brooklyn

    On Oct. 8, 1957, Walter O’Malley announced the Brooklyn Dodgers were becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers. 59 years later the Dodgers are still a consistent contender in the National League. O’Malley would go onto be named to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008. What made the move easy for O’Malley was the city […] More

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    Dodgers News: Andre Ethier Ready to Put Rough 2016 Season Behind Him

    The 2016 regular season was not the kindest to Los Angeles Dodgers’ outfielder Andre Ethier. However, after being named to the postseason roster, the man also known as “Captain Clutch” is looking to turn it around in October. Ethier, who only played in 16 games this season, had a .208 batting average, hitting one home […] More

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    Vin Scully’s Final Game Took Center Stage in Dodgers Series Finale vs. Giants

    One could imagine that despite the Los Angeles Dodger getting swept by the San Francisco Giants, not too many fans are upset. The Dodgers clinched the National League West on Sept. 25 and punched their ticket to the postseason. So with a playoff spot already sewn up the attention can fully turn to Vin Scully’s final […] More

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    Dodgers News: Postseason Stakes for LA and SF in Season Finale

    Heading into the final series of the regular season both the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants are playing with purpose. For the Dodgers, having already clinched the National League West title, are looking up at the Washington Nationals for home-field advantage in the National League Divisional Series. While the Giants are locked in […] More

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    Dodgers Road Trip to Chicago is Set with Pantone 294

    Not even a full month after successfully taking over Yankee Stadium in New York, Pantone 294 has its sights set even higher. Over 1,300 people made the 2,789 mile trek to the opposite side of the country. For the next trip the group is hoping for an even bigger turnout as it travels to Chicago to […] More

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    Dodgers News: LA Clinches Fourth Straight National League West Crown

    After months of agonizing waiting and speculation, the Los Angeles Dodgers have finally clinched the National League West. How fitting, the Dodgers successfully clinch their fourth straight division title on Vin Scully’s last home game ending Vin Scully Weekend on the highest of notes. Who would’ve thought former San Francisco Giant and Colorado Rocky Charlie […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rich Hill Scratched From Start, Brandon McCarthy Will Start Instead

    Due to precautionary reasons, starting pitcher Rich Hill has been scratched from Friday’s start. Instead, the Dodgers will activate Brandon McCarthy from the 15-day disabled list (hip) and he will make his first start since Aug. 13 The concern is still over the blisters of Hill, this time citing a blister on his left index […] More

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