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    Dodgers: Breaking Down Why Dave Roberts is Returning as Manager

    The Dodgers seemed to have not even considered moving on from Dave Roberts even after his awful National League Division Series (NLDS) game 5 performance. There was plenty of blame to go around but a number of Dodgers fans were ready to move on from Doc. Does Dave Roberts keep his job? — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) […] More

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    Dodgers: 2020 Payroll Outlook As The Off-Season Begins

    As we are all still recovering from the early Dodgers playoff exit to end the 2019 season it is also time to start looking forward. The new free agency class is headed by Anthony Rendon and Gerrit Cole and they won’t come cheap. Do you believe the Dodgers will make any real attempt to sign […] More

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    Dodger Fan Reactions Test Patience with Latest Kershaw Performance

    Whenever Clayton Kershaw pitches there are very high expectations for the future Hall of Famer. He has been so good for so long for the Dodgers. As such, he is probably the best pitcher of this decade. View this post on Instagram Go get ‘em, Kersh. #game2 #goat #kershaw #claytonkershaw #dodgers #losangeles #mlb #baseball #playoffs […] More

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    Dodgers Postseason: The Roster Is Filled With Homegrown Players

    The Dodgers have had so many great moments in 2019 from some of their rookies like Alex Verdugo, Will Smith and Matt Beaty. Who could ever forget their three walk-off home runs in a row? Friday Matt Beaty, Saturday Alex Verdugo, today, Will Smith. Dodgers with back to back to back walkoff bombs from the […] More

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    Dodgers Postseason 2019: Best Usage for David Freese

    Last year the Dodgers got some excellent production from David Freese in the postseason. His triple slash line last October was .364/.423/.773 (AVG/OBP/SLG). He did this during his age 35 season, and proved to benefit from some odd usage leading to regular time off. Most Postseason Games by Active Players: 1) Yadier Molina – 892) […] More

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    Dodgers: Some Unlikely Post-Season Hero Candidates

    For a team to make it all the way through the playoffs a lot of different players need to step up. If you look at the last two World Series losses for the Dodgers players such as Charlie Morton, Marwin Gonzalez, Nathan Eovaldi and Steve Pearce were key pieces for their teams. None of them, […] More

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    Dodgers: Corey Seager Is Peaking At The Right Time

    One of the differences between the Dodgers going into the playoffs in 2019 verses 2018 is that they have Corey Seager at shortstop instead of Manny Machado. The lost 2018 season is well documented as Seager had both Tommy John and hip surgery. Machado was acquired in July of 2018 to fill in before he […] More

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    Dodgers: Joc Pederson’s Surprise Improvements In 2019

    One of the most maligned players on the Dodgers is Joc Pederson. We say he can’t hit left-handed pitching. His defense and speed gets criticized and he’s probably the guy many would trade in a heartbeat. Heck, I thought he would have been traded before the season started but Joc is still a Dodger. pic.twitter.com/0ZgY8o0swA […] More

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    Dodgers: The Case For Ross Stripling As A Playoff Starter

    This is a short series where we identify number 4 starting pitcher options for the Dodgers’ postseason roster, and make the argument for individuals.  With the very possible reality that Rich Hill will not be available as the Dodgers’ fourth starter in the playoffs, who should fill that spot? Dodgers Nation has taken a look […] More

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