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    Scott Kazmir: Unspectacular, Yet Solid for the Dodgers

    If you were to ask a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers what their thoughts on the starting rotation (minus Clayton Kershaw) were, they would probably say something to the effect of “good, they get the job done, but not great.” Which is a perfect encapsulation of what the myriad of starters that the Dodgers […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: The Boys in Blue Are Back in First

    After the Los Angeles Dodgers ran the Philadelphia Phillies off the field and Jung-Ho Kang and the Pittsburgh Pirates saw off the San Francisco Giants, there was a shift in the paradigm. The Dodgers found themselves somewhere that they hadn’t been in quite some time: first place. The Boys in Blue now hold a half […] More

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    Dodgers Power Ranking Roundup: Week 19

    For the first time since May 10th, the Los Angeles Dodgers are in sole possession of first place in the NL West. After a 15-5 dismantling of the Philadelphia Phillies Tuesday night, coupled with a Giants 4-3 loss to the Pirates, the Dodgers now have a .5 game lead over the hated ones. While there […] More

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    A Timeline of Yasiel Puig’s Tumultuous 2016 Season

    It’s once again time to talk about the Los Angeles Dodgers favorite Cuban defector, Yasiel Puig! Any number of think pieces and articles by any number of sports writers and observers (yours truly included) have been written about what exactly the Dodgers should do with their rambunctious 25-year-old. The only consensus is that there is […] More

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    Clayton Kershaw Hosts 4th Annual “Ping Pong for Purpose” Tournament

    With the Los Angeles Dodgers having an off-day on Thursday, stud pitcher and all around amazing person Clayton Kershaw hosted his 4th annual “Ping Pong For Purpose” tournament. This tournament is tied to Kersh’s foundation that he runs with his wife Ellen called “Kershaw’s Challenge” and every year, the festivities draw many notable athletes and celebrities […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Kershaw Gifts, Rich Hill’s Injury and More!

    The Los Angeles Dodgers time spent in first place was short lived as the San Francisco Giants defeated the Miami Marlins 1-0 in a barnstormer of a game. Unfortunately, the Dodgers could not complete a sweep of Carlos Ruiz and the Philadelphia Phillies and once again fell one game back in the NL West race. […] More

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    Dodgers News: Stadium No Longer Selling Yasiel Puig Merchandise

    The ballad of Yasiel Puig continues for the young Cuban and the Los Angeles Dodgers. After being demoted to Triple-A amid false reports of storming out of the clubhouse when he received the news, he is embroiled in yet another controversy. In other news, grass is green and the sun is yellow. After posting videos […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rich Hill’s First Start Delayed Again

    The Los Angeles Dodgers, for the first time since May 15th, are once again tops in the NL west. With a victory Tuesday against the Philadelphia Phillies, they clawed all the way back from at one point being eight games back and are now in a tie with the San Francisco Giants. However, as impressive […] More

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    Dodgers News: X-Ray Results for Trayce Thompson Come Back and Aren’t Good

    As all fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers know, this season been injury plagued to say the least. With a record-setting 26 separate players landing on the DL this season, hearing bad news on the injury front is nothing new. It was reported Monday afternoon by Andy McCullough of the LA Times that young Dodgers […] More

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    VIDEO: Clayton Kershaw Pulls Prank on Alex Wood

    During the Los Angeles Dodgers win against the Boston Red Sox on Sunday, Clayton Kershaw had a little fun with Alex Wood in the dugout. Scott Van Slyke was his accomplice in the task at hand and new teammates Josh Reddick and Rich Hill watched on without helping poor Alex. Making the comical situation even better […] More

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    The Pulse of Dodger Fans: Will All These Injuries Catch Up to Us?

    Consider this for a brief moment, the Los Angeles Dodgers have placed 26 players on the disabled list this season and currently have 14 players out of commission. Yet, here we are, one game back of the San Francisco Giants. One game. Add 26 separate DL stints and despite that, we sit one game out […] More

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    Dodgers News: Rob Segedin Makes History in Dodgers Debut

    For the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sundays win over the Boston Red Sox was big because it was the first time in what felt like forever where they gained ground on the San Francisco Giants. Now, the Dodgers sit just one game back from their NL West rival. It was an eventful weekend with Adrian Gonzalez […] More

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