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    Don Mattingly Believes In Clayton Kershaw Pitching On Short Rest

    For the third straight year, Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound for Game 4 of the NLDS after pitching in Game 1. Kershaw threw six innings and allowed two runs (zero earned) against the Atlanta Braves in 2013 and the Los Angeles Dodgers won the series thanks to a Juan Uribe home run. Last […] More

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    Dodgers News: MLB Sets Date For Chase Utley’s Appeal Hearing

    It’s been a whirlwind the past few days for Chase Utley and the Los Angeles Dodgers, more than just the normal whirlwind associated with a playoff series. Utley was suspended two games by Major League Baseball for a takeout slide in Saturday’s Game 2 victory. The slide was late and broke Mets’ shortstop Ruben Tejada’s […] More

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    Dodgers News: Brett Anderson Calls Performance ‘Embarrassing’

    The third game of the NLDS against the New York Mets started off great but quickly became a nightmare for the Los Angeles Dodgers. In the second inning, the Dodgers got to Mets starter Matt Harvey and put up three runs to give starter Brett Anderson a lead in the early going. It didn’t take […] More

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    Dodgers Announce Clayton Kershaw Will Start Game 4 Of NLDS

    The past two seasons Clayton Kershaw has started Game 4 of the NLDS on short rest for the Los Angeles Dodgers. This season will be no different after the Dodgers announced that the reigning MVP will be on the mound at Citi Field on Tuesday for Game 4. Kershaw pitched Game 1 of the NLDS […] More

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    NLDS News: Matt Harvey Hints At Possible Retaliation In Game 3

    UPDATE(1:23 p.m. PT) Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports that New York Mets manager Terry Collins has given his starting pitcher orders: Terry Collins says he instructed Matt Harvey not to throw at anyone. #Mets — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) October 12, 2015 [divide] There’s much anticipation and hype surrounding Game 3 of the NLDS between the […] More

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    Chase Utley Denies Intent To Hurt; Issues Apology To Ruben Tejada

    Through two games of the NLDS between the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers, the seventh inning has been the key. In Game 1, Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw walked the bases loaded and was removed from the game. Reliever Pedro Baez came in and allowed a two-run single that made the game 3-0 in […] More

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    Dodgers/Mets NLDS Preview: Stacking Up The Starters And Bullpen

    PAGES: 1 | 2 Friday is here and the NLDS between the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets begins at 6:45 p.m. PT. In Part III of our NLDS preview, we will finally compare the team’s strengths: pitching. We already looked at key stats, manager and bench comparison, as well as a position-by-position breakdown […] More

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    Dodgers/Mets NLDS Preview: Breaking Down The Starting Lineups

    PAGES: 1 | 2 With just one day until the NLDS begins for the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets, excitement is growing as one team is looking to get over the playoff hump and the other is in the postseason for the first time since 2006. We took a look and compared stats, […] More

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    Dodgers News: Vin Scully Out For Postseason After Medical Procedure

    Vin Scully is synonymous with Los Angeles Dodgers baseball and that became more so when he announced he was returning for a 67th season earlier this season. The Hall of Fame broadcaster is considered the best and is known for his player stories and ability to commentate a baseball game. In his older age, Scully […] More

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    NLDS Roster Begins To Take Shape As Players Announce Decisions

    While the Los Angeles Dodgers have yet to announce their official NLDS roster, the front office and manager Don Mattingly have let the players know who made it. General manager Farhan Zaidi said they wanted to make sure players knew they made it and what their role would be ahead of the best three-of-five series […] More

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    NLDS News: Yoenis Cespedes Says Mets Pitching Is ‘Superior’

    Looking at the two teams, the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets are very close on paper. Both teams pitch well, hit a lot of home runs and don’t steal many bases. One thing the Dodgers do have over the Mets is experience, as most of the Dodgers have been in the postseason the […] More

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