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    MLB News: Checking in with the Dodgers’ National League Rivals

    The Los Angeles Dodgers made a few splashes this offseason, all of which involved their own free agents. The team spent $192 million on Rich Hill, Justin Turner and Kenley Jansen. External help has yet to arrive, though we may see Brian Dozier in Dodger blue soon. Los Angeles is currently banking on its own […] More

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    Dodgers News: David Wright Saw Improvement In Clayton Kershaw

    Heading into Game 4 of the National League Division Series against the New York Mets, the pressure was undeniably on Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Much was made of Kershaw’s postseason demons and his inability to shake free of them. The southpaw turned in one of the better postseason outings of his career, […] More

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    Weekend Series Recap: Dodgers Sweep Rays in Commanding Fashion

    The Dodgers winning ways continued this weekend with an overpowering sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays. The Dodger bats exploded and Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke continued to shut down opposing batters. The Dodgers staged a dramatic comeback Friday night, overcoming a 6-0 deficit. In fact, between the seventh inning Friday night and the fifth inning […] More

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    WBC 2013: USA Can’t Wright Its Course

    The semi-finals are set for the 2013 World Baseball Classic, as Japan, the Dominican Republic, the Netherlands and Puerto Rico will begin play tonight at AT&T Park in San Francisco. The United States looked like it was in prime position to move on to the semi-finals after handily beating Puerto Rico 7-1 in the second […] More

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    WBC 2013 Recap: Round 1 of Pools C and D

    Pool C The third World Baseball Classic is in full swing as Pools C and D wrapped up play this weekend. The Dominican Republican and Puerto Rico advanced out of Pool C, with the powerhouse Dominican team going 3-0 in the first round. Team USA overcame an opening game loss to Team Mexico, and Team Italy shocked […] More

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    Three Trades That Won’t Happen For The Dodgers

    David Wright Our voters poll really shows people pulling for Wright. Sorry, its just not going to happen. The Mets have David Wright locked up this year at 15M and next season at 16M. They have plenty of time this winter to work out an extension and it’s a top priority for the club. Even […] More

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    Rumor Mill: Wright, Hamels, Youkilis Reviewed

    It’s the middle of May and teams are starting to separate themselves within their divisions. Over the next month we’ll get a better idea of who will be a buyer or seller into the summer trade deadline. We’ve already heard speculation on a number of possible trade targets for the Dodgers. As we near the […] More