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    Dodgers: What if Rich Hill is Done for the Season

    With Rich Hill suffering another injury, his chances of make the postseason roster as the fourth starter could be in jeopardy. Who will step up in Rich Hill’s absence?https://t.co/iNRTCsTQX5 — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) September 13, 2019 Although he hasn’t been ruled out, the Dodgers would be wise to prepare for the worst. With that in […] More

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    Assessing the Impact of Dodgers Rookies in 2019

    The Dodgers have had a few years now of impact rookies. Some of the previous big names include Yasiel Puig, Joc Pederson, Corey Seager, Julio Urías, Kenta Maeda, Cody Bellinger and Walker Buehler. Those players were all instrumental in the Dodgers winning a lot of games and making the post-season. In 2019 we’ve seen an […] More

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    Dodgers: Dave Roberts Plans Around Rich Hill’s Injury

    After making his long-awaited return from the injured list on Thursday, Rich Hill lasted 2 outs and 6 batters before succumbing to a knee injury. The injury is officially listed as a “MCL strain” in his left knee. Here’s the latest on the course of action on evaluation. Rich Hill is here in New York, […] More

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    Dodgers Dustin May Throwing After Taking Liner to Head in Arizona

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told the media on Wednesday night that rookie right-handed pitcher Dustin May tossed a simulated inning, according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. May was hit in the head with a line drive in his last appearance on September 1 and subsequently experienced some neck soreness. Dave Roberts said no decision has […] More

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    Dodgers: Dustin May to Undergo Further Concussion Testing

    After being struck in the head by a line drive yesterday, Dodgers’ pitcher Dustin May was able to avoid a serious injury. According to Manager Dave Roberts, May is experiencing some neck soreness but he feels fine overall. I think [the neck soreness] is more of a byproduct of hitting the ground and kind of […] More

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    Dodgers: Dustin May Not Starting Sunday, Ross Stripling Named as Option

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters that right-handed pitcher Dustin May will not be starting on Sunday against the Arizona Diamondbacks, according to Bill Plunkett of the Southern California News Group. Right-hander Ross Stripling will be activated on September 1 when rosters expand and figures to be the starter on Sunday, according to previous comments […] More

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    Dodgers Disagree With Umpires Bad Strike Zone

    The Dodgers found themselves once again frustrated, but this time there was an obvious cause. Home plate umpire Rob Drake was getting an earful from both sides for his wildly inconsistent strike zone. Frustrations finally boiled over when Drake punched out Justin Turner looking to end the game. While the pitch itself looked be a […] More

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    Dodgers To Use 6-Man Rotation In The Short Term

    Just a little while before Dustin May took the rubber against the Padres in San Diego, Alanna Rizzo reported an interesting piece of news. This was only days after Dustin May was announced to be returning to the starting rotation. Dustin May will make another start after tonight. #Dodgers going with a 6-man rotation for […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dustin May Will Start Against the Padres

    The Dodgers announced that Dustin May will start against the San Diego Padres on Monday. This comes after short layoff following a rough relief outing in Atlanta last weekend, which may have caused Los Angeles to alter its plan a bit. Dustin May starts Monday in SD. — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) August 23, 2019 In […] More

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