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    Former Dodgers Catcher A.J. Ellis Retires To A New Role

    Forever and always, when I think of A.J. Ellis; I think of a simple guy puttering along the I-405 freeway in his pick-up truck with his catcher’s gear in the back. Nonetheless, Vin Scully planted that vision in my head with a story he told of Ellis during a 2013 telecast. Ellis was a big […] More

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    WATCH: Dodgers Welcome A.J. Ellis Back to Dodger Stadium

    Clayton Kershaw’s partner in crime A.J. Ellis returned to Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon with the Miami Marlins. Hello, old friend. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 19, 2017 Ellis was greeted with a pregame video that played on the video board that highlighted some of his best moments as a Dodger. Welcome back […] More

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    Dave Roberts on A.J. Ellis Trade and Carlos Ruiz Expectations

    When the news dropped on Thursday that A.J. Ellis had been traded for Carlos Ruiz, the internet exploded. Dodger fans were feeling every emotion out there, confused and hurt being at the forefront; however, now that the dust has settled, it’s time to really analyze the trade and think with our brains instead of our hearts. […] More

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    Recap: Corey Seager Produces Only Hit in 4-0 Loss to Giants

    The Dodgers looked to finish the very important Giants series on Thursday with a win to complete the sweep! Before the game, the Dodgers announced the trading of A.J. Ellis, which must have affected them at least a little bit. Nonetheless, Ross Stripling took the mound in hopes of making the team’s lead in the […] More

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    Dodgers News: A.J. Ellis Traded For Phillies’ C Carlos Ruiz

    With October coming up around the corner, the Los Angeles Dodgers are hoping to get their team stacked up and ready to make a playoff run. It seems that the Dodgers are willing to do whatever it takes in order to create that winning environment. Even if that means trading nine-year Dodger catcher and Clayton Kershaw’s best […] More

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    An Analysis of the First Half of the Dodgers’ Season

    For what has seemed like a very tumultuous few months filled with injuries and frustratingly inconsistent hitting, the Dodgers have actually had a very good first half of the season. They sit atop the National League Wild Card standings at 51-40. They’re 7-3 in their last 10 games, and find themselves a manageable 6.5 games […] More

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    Best Moments: Dodgers 9-5 Win Over Padres | VIDEO

    The Los Angeles Dodgers will face the Cincinnati Reds Monday at Dodger Stadium for the first of a three game series. The Boys in blue are coming off a much needed win over the San Diego Padres on Sunday. However, the 9-5 victory didn’t come easy as the Dodgers took 5 hours and 50 minutes to close out […] More

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    Dodgers Social: Dodger Players Celebrate Mother’s Day

    It’s Mother’s Day, and across the MLB players took the field wearing pink in appreciation for Mother’s Day. From the bats, to the bases to the jerseys, players are decked out from head to toe. The pink jerseys are also on sale for fans, with proceeds benefiting the Susan B. Komen foundation, which fights for a […] More

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    Dodgers 2, Braves 1: My Five Takeaways

    The rubber game of the three game series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves took place today. It was a supremely close affair that featured little scoring after the first inning, and that might not surprise a lot of people since Clayton Kershaw was on the mound for the Dodgers. He didn’t have […] More

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