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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 Legend Davey Lopes Retiring From Baseball

    After 45 years within professional baseball, Dodgers’ legend Davey Lopes is calling it a career. Lopes played 16 seasons in the Majors, including 10 with the Dodgers. During his playing career, Lopes was known for his speed as he stole 557 bases. As a coach, he was known for facilitating a solid running game. Lopes […] More

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    Dodgers News: First Base Coach Lopes Heading to Nationals

    Davey Lopes a long-standing entity within the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, has reportedly been hired away by the Washington Nationals to join new manager Dusty Baker. Lopes has spent the last five years as the franchise’s first base coach, after having played for the Dodgers from 1972 to 1981.   ICYMI: Dodgers “Blown Away” by […] More

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    Dodgers News: Darnell Sweeney Takes Tips From Davey Lopes

    Since being brought on in 2010, former Los Angeles Dodger second baseman and current first base coach Davey Lopes has been instrumental in helping players learn the nuances of the stolen base. Lopes has worked with just about every Dodger with speed in recent years, including former Dodger Dee Gordon, who stole 64 bases for […] More

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    Dodgers To Retain Entire Major League Coaching Staff In 2015

    There’s been plenty of turnover for a roster that won 94 games last season and second consecutive NL West title, but there will be continuity among the coaching staff in 2015. As Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said in early November last year, the team confirmed Thursday the entire Major-League coaching […] More

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    Andrew Friedman Says All Dodgers Coaches Will Return In 2015

    Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers beginning the process of reconfiguring their front office or entering free agency, there were questions surrounding the coaching staff — primarily centered on manager Don Mattingly. Mattingly’s failure to help guide the Dodgers to the World Series had some believing he was on the hot seat. However, in his […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dee Gordon Adopts Feet-First Slide

    [new_royalslider id=”24″] Los Angeles Dodgers’ All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon leads the Majors in stolen bases with 59. Typically, Gordon was swiping bags by going head-first into second base. However, Gordon is in the process of shifting away from his tendency and relying on a feet-first slide. According to J.P. Hoornstra of the Inland Valley […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dodgers Pick Up Options On Three Different Coaches

    Dodgers manager Don Mattingly is still waiting to find out if he’ll be given a multi-year extension, but it was reported this afternoon that pitching coach Rick Honeycutt, third base coach Tim Wallach and first base coach Davey Lopes all had their options picked up. News broke this morning that bench coach Trey Hillman was […] More