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    Biggest Dodger Surprise: The Case For Hyun-Jin Ryu

    The Los Angeles Dodgers may or may not have been surprised that Hyun-Jin Ryu accepted their $17.9M qualifying offer this past offseason. His injury-plagued history didn’t bode well in the free agent market, but in his performances when healthy he has shown himself to be a quality starter.  Whether or not to test free agency […] More

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    Dodgers: Hyun-Jin Just Keeps cRYUsing

    Dodgers’ starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu has been lights out all season and Monday was no different. After throwing 6 innings and allowing one run against the Anaheim Angels, Ryu became the second starting pitcher in history to begin a season with 13 consecutive starts in which he allowed 2 runs or less, according to MLB […] More

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    Dodgers: The Next 10 Years for Clayton Kershaw

    The soon-to-be 31-year-old ace isn’t the same pitcher who was celebrating with Manny Ramirez and Chad Billingsley in their advancement to the NLCS 10 years ago. Now, Clayton Kershaw is being shutdown in Spring Training as reports cite the three-time Cy Young winner claimed he “didn’t feel right” after two bullpen sessions. Clayton Kershaw is […] More

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    Clayton Kershaw Unblemished in Dodgers Spring Training

    Clayton Kershaw was electric this spring for the Dodgers. He gave up 0 earned runs over 21.1 IP and had a K/BB ratio of 23/4. He looked like the Kershaw that usually emerges in July, unhittable and in control of his arsenal. Now, spring training statistics are rarely a reliable sample for predicting regular season […] More