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    Trade Deadline: Starting Pitching Targets For Dodgers

    [new_royalslider id=”60″] PAGES: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 To be honest, I don’t watch the show. However, I’ve seen a few episodes where people hold onto what they have for too long and pass up hitting it big, which sounds like a great parable for the trade deadline. Remember back when the Los […] More

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    Dodgers Vs. Phillies Recap: Dodgers Dominated By Cliff Lee In 7-0 Loss

    [new_royalslider id=”101″] Paul Maholm struggled early for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday against the Philadelphia Phillies. After Maholm gave up a leadoff walk to Tony Gwynn, Jr., Jimmy Rollins singled, then Carlos Ruiz smacked a line drive to right field sending Gwynn and Rollins home to give the Phillies the early 2-0 lead. Although Maholm issued […] More

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    Series Recap: Dodgers Sweep Mets with Incredicle Comebacks

    Vin Scully’s been referring to Dodger Stadium as “the Magic Castle” lately and the Dodgers three-game sweep of the New York Mets perfectly summed up why this Dodgers team has been so magical lately. Overcoming early deficits in every game, the Dodgers staged comebacks on a nightly basis, capped off by a thrilling 12-inning 5-4 walk off victory […] More

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    Grading The 2013 Trade Deadline: How Did The Dodgers Fare?

    The 2013 July 31 trade deadline came and went without a major move from the Dodgers, only the consolation of a minor league trade for a third catcher, Drew Butera. However, the Dodgers did most of their wheeling and dealing in early July as they traded for Marlins starter Ricky Nolasco and Cubs reliever Carlos […] More

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    Five Reasons Why the Phillies Will Deal Lee to the Dodgers

    The Dodgers were awarded the waiver claim rights on Phillies Cliff Lee today. This means that 10 other National League clubs decided not to try and put in a claim to block the Dodgers. Also, indicating that those clubs saw the possibility of the Phillies dumping Lee and his salary to the team who claims […] More

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    Trade Deadline: New Year, Same Nedily Approach

    The 2012 trade season is shaping up and there is definitely some concern. Dempster? Youkilis? We’re still weeks away from the deadline and nothing has happened yet, but Ned Colletti has apparently pulled out his 2010 trade deadline road map. 2010 Revisited The Dodgers were two games behind the Padres at the 2010 All-Star break […] More

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    Dodgers v Phillies preview: Time to scrape

    It wasn’t pretty. Then again, who cares. One day after watching a three-run lead evaporate early on and then getting some ninth-inning heroics from Dee Gordon, the Dodgers are back at it with the Phillies, this time facing one of the game’s top pitchers – Cliff Lee. Lee enters the game with an uncharacteristic 3.00 […] More