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    Dodgers Salvage Series On Getaway Day Against Cubs At Wrigley

    The Los Angeles Dodgers salvaged their three-game series on getaway day by winning 2-1 on Thursday afternoon at Wrigley Field. While the usual suspects factored into the win on offense, a team-concentrated effort from the pitching staff helped the Dodgers improve to 16-11 on the season before returning home to Los Angeles. Here’s a recap […] More

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    A Brief History of the Dodgers and Cubs

    The Dodgers’ midwest road trip continues this week with a three-game stop at Wrigley Field. After taking 3 of 4 from the Brewers, 2 of those wins coming on improbable homers off Josh Hader, Los Angeles has momentum as they face off against a Cubs squad that’s starting to heat up. ? NL POWER RANKINGS […] More

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    Chicago Cubs Could Be Dodgers’ Biggest Barrier To Bryce Harper

    All offseason, the Dodgers have been synonymously linked with Bryce Harper in free agency. Recently, they were described as being ‘on the 10-yard line’ close to signing Harper by Michael Duarte of NBC Sports. However, Jon Heyman of Fanrag sports was on MLB Network to tell us that the Chicago Cubs are very much alive […] More

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    How Do the Dodgers Stack Up Against Baseball’s Superteams?

    Astros. Cubs. Dodgers. Indians. Red Sox. Yankees. It remains likely that either of these six teams will be parading this fall and will be dawned as World Series champions. FiveThirtyEight gives these six teams a 82 percent chance of winning the 2018 Fall Classic, in comparison to an 18 percent chance for the other 24 […] More

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    Dodgers Take Series Opener Behind Stellar Maeda

    Monday evening the Dodgers welcomed the Chicago Cubs to town for a 4-game series that would pit last year’s NLCS rivals against each other for the 7th time in the last 10 games.  They were quickly greeted with a Kenta Maeda that was on top of his game.  He would collect 9 strikeouts over the […] More

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    It’s Time for L.A. to Catch the Elusive Championship

    Over the past four seasons, the Los Angeles Dodgers have had what many franchises would consider success. Unfortunately, the success is overshadowed by the “can’t win the big one” stigma. Ask the 1990s Atlanta Braves what that’s like, with 14 consecutive division crowns and only one championship to show for it. Ask the Utah Jazz […] More

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    Baseball Is The Most Unpredictable Sport

    With today’s fast-paced lifestyle and things constantly grabbing our attention it is easy to call baseball “boring” and “slow.” And to a degree, the haters are right. It’s a change of pace from what we are used to today, which makes sense because baseball is America’s national pastime. But baseball’s slow natured game and its […] More

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    The Possibility of A Dodgers And Royals Trade

    Winning a World Series is the pinnacle of the baseball mountain, but a champion’s landscape can change just a few months later. Just ask the Kansas City Royals. After winning it all in 2015, the 2016 Royals slipped to third place in the American League Central with an 81-81 record. Most expected Kansas City to […] More

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    How this Years’ Playoff Defeat Compares to Years’ Past

    It may not be the 1990s Buffalo Bills, but it sure feels close, doesn’t it? Just days after another playoff elimination for the Dodgers, the disappointment still lingers for Dodgers fans. For the fourth straight year, they watched their Dodgers follow up a successful, division-winning regular season, with post-season failure. As much adversity as they […] More

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    The Possibility of a Dodgers and Tigers Trade

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have some work to do. The game 6 loss to the Cubs completed another disappointing finish in the City of Angels. The good news: L.A. is on the cusp of its first World Series since 1988 and possesses an abundance of youth and financial power to continue its ascent in the […] More

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    NLCS Tied 2-2: Dodgers Are Still In Good Position Against Cubs

    After 20-plus scoreless innings for the Chicago Cubs, they finally found their offense against the Los Angeles Dodgers in game four of the National League Championship Series. The Cubs were able to defeat the Dodgers 10-2 in game four of the series assuring the winner of the NLCS will be decided at Wrigley Field. The […] More

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