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    Dodgers: Short Season Advantages For The Pitching Staff

    Like everyone else, the delay in starting the baseball season is such a bummer. It has been tough for me to become inspired to write about baseball as life outside of baseball has been impacting me greatly. As I consider that the baseball season might only be 100 games (if we are lucky?) there is […] More

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    Dodgers: A Glance At The Current Bullpen

    The Dodgers had a questionable bullpen for much of the 2019 season, despite leading the National League in reliever ERA (3.85; tied with San Francisco). Kenta Maeda, normally a starter, was the best reliever they had in the postseason but he goes back to the rotation in 2020. With the very possible loss of Hyun-Jin […] More

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    This Dodgers Bullpen is Better Suited for October Success

    Since taking over as President of Baseball Operations in 2014, Andrew Friedman has been resourceful and brilliant in assembling every last part of the roster. But if there’s one area where he doesn’t get a passing grade, it’s the bullpen. As I observed a few months ago, his track record is mixed at best.  2019 […] More

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    Dodgers Struggles and Confidence are Reflected in Latest Power Rankings

    It’s Monday, so that means power rankings. We haven’t done this in two weeks. Despite NFL in full swing, we’re not doing any Monday morning quarterbackng, we’re looking at MLB’s power rankings for the week. We gave the intern the keys. How did they do? — MLB (@MLB) September 9, 2019 Number 3 […] More

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    Why The Dodgers Optioned Casey Sadler to Triple-A

    On Sunday, the Dodgers optioned right-handed reliever Casey Sadler to make room on the active roster for Hyun-Jin Ryu. There has been a lot of skepticism regarding the decision since he has been one of their more reliable bullpen arms since being acquired. In 12 1/3 innings for the Dodgers, Sadler has allowed one earned […] More

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