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    Dodgers: Chase Utley Drops Ceremonial Puck at LA Kings Game

    Chase Utley has retired, but his popularity with fans of LA sports remains. Fans still talk about him, and even base their impressive works of art on his hard-nosed personality. Wednesday night, the Silver Fox was at the Staples Center to drop the ceremonial puck before the LA Kings hosted the Calgary Flames. Chase Utley […] More

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    Dodgers Book Review: The Perfect Chase Utley Fan Gift

    Chase Utley has retired from playing professional since the end of 2018. His legacy though, has not nearly faded. His popularity with fans is like a fire with embers that never go out and seek to forever burn. One such fan has recently released a book based on a series of tweets she began on […] More

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    Dodgers Linked to Free Agent To Be Anthony Rendon

    The playoffs haven’t even begun but free agency rumor season is already underway and the Dodgers are back in the headlines. There is speculation in the industry that the Dodgers will make a run at signing third baseman Anthony Rendon in the off-season, according to an article from Buster Olney. The #Dodgers could be in […] More

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    Dodgers: Chase Utley to Make SNLA Broadcast Debut

    Longtime Phillies and Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley will join the broadcast booth for the Freeway Series with the Anaheim Angels. Just who is Chase Utley, who's making his @SportsNetLA debut tonight? @GemmaKaneko asked him some important questions for @Cut4, and he answered them accordingly. Find out who this guy is … https://t.co/8pF7BSpZiZ — Adrian […] More

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    Dodgers: Quiet Contributors are Key to Success

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are off to their best 60-game start since 1974 and have a 42-19 record. They currently stand firmly atop of the National League West division with a 9.5-game lead on the Colorado Rockies. They have the best record in the National League by 7.5 games, and the second best record in […] More

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    Dodgers: A Long and Sometimes Painful History vs. Phillies

    The history of Philadelphia and Brooklyn/Los Angeles battling is almost entirely old as the teams themselves. The Philadelphia Phillies have tread the diamond since 1883, while Brooklyn started the following year of 1884. That’s good enough for 2,102 games, and the Boys in Blue hold the head-to-head edge decisively at 1,169-918. Given the decades of […] More

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    Dodgers: The History Between the Dodgers and New York Mets

    After a resoundingly successful road trip, the Dodgers return to Elysian Park to square off against the New York Mets. With the Amazins currently at .500 and in the middle of the NL East standings, the series doesn’t necessarily carry any urgency. But since we’ll be hosting the orange and blue for four games, it’s […] More

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    Chase Utley Takes An Unexpected Role With the Dodgers

    It has long been expected that Chase Utley was going to take on some sort of role, other than playing, with the Dodgers. It now looks as though that role has been officially defined as Alanna Rizzo made the announcement on Wednesday. I can finally announce, that Chase Utley is joining our @SportsNetLA broadcast crew […] More

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    A Moment of Gratitude for Chase Utley in the Front Office

    With Spring Training underway, attention is finally shifting from the slow offseason to player performance news, both good (Dustin May and D.J. Peters) and bad (Clayton Kershaw’s shoulder). By the time this article runs, there’s even a chance the team has finally won the drawn-out Bryce Harper sweepstakes. Yet even with all that in mind, […] More

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    Many Dodgers Have Decided Milk Is A Bad Choice

    Perhaps you heard via The Athletic that Corey Seager and numerous other Los Angeles Dodgers have gone dairy free. It’s true! Seager reportedly trimmed 25 pounds from his frame, according to Alanna Rizzo. Now, before you say Seager is too skinny (my first reaction) or that he didn’t have that much to lose; the article […] More

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