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    Dodgers: Is The Defense Bad?

    After the defense of the Dodgers helped cost them two recent games, people are wondering if the defense is bad. Bunt coverages against the Padres on May 5th and the throwing error by Justin Turner on May 11th against the Nationals were big examples of poor defense. Kenley Jansen called it a miscommunication between him […] More

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    Dodgers: More Ways To Get Alex Verdugo Playing Time

    Alex Verdugo has begun the 2019 season as a part-time player who is swinging an almost elite bat. He’s become a fan favorite with his enthusiasm and excellent play. The fans want to see more of “Dugie” and I’m guessing the Dodgers are working on more ways to get him some at-bats. Our own Brian […] More

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    Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Nearing Return, Tosses Simulated Game

    Clayton Kershaw threw a simulated game to Dodger hitters, including Enrique Hernandez and Joc Pederson. Sim game underway #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/rg1wgKHAOi — Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) March 30, 2019 Dave Roberts with @alannarizzo on @ClaytonKersh22's simulated game and expectations for Kenta Maeda's workload after last night's 6 hr 5 min game. #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/aMNf7JSdtB — SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) […] More

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    The Dodgers Have a Perfect Leadoff Hitter

    As the Dodgers’ roster is currently constructed, they don’t have a “traditional” leadoff hitter. The favorite to leadoff is A.J. Pollock, but I already discussed why that wouldn’t be ideal, and Joc Pederson, who also isn’t ideal. But they do have the perfect leadoff hitter on their roster: Max Muncy. Muncy, a 28-year-old, left-handed hitter, […] More

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    Dodgers: Corey Seager is Back

    Guess who’s back, back again. Seager’s back, tell a friend. After missing most of the 2018 season due to elbow and hip surgery, Corey Seager is now back on the field for the Dodgers as he made his Cactus League debut on Wednesday, March 20, against the Chicago Cubs. Seager hit third in the lineup […] More

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    Dodgers: The Case for Brad Miller

    When the Dodgers signed Brad Miller, it was an overlooked move mainly overshadowed by the Bryce Harper rumors. Now, with just over one week to go before the regular season opens, the 29-year-old utility man is making a strong case to be on the opening day roster. The Dodgers will have to decide soon as […] More

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    Dodgers Should Not Trade Joc Pederson or Alex Verdugo

    The off-season was filled with all sorts of rumors about the outfielders for the Dodgers. With the trade of Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp it was originally thought that they’d have an outfield of Joc Pederson/Enrique Hernandez in LF, Cody Bellinger in CF and Alex Verdugo in RF. There were also rumors that Bryce Harper […] More

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    Dodgers: A.J. Pollock Should Not Leadoff

    When the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the signing of A.J. Pollock, many fans assumed he would leadoff for the team. On the surface, it makes some sense, but the team would be better off with him in the middle of the order. Pollock leading off makes sense because the Dodgers don’t currently have a traditional […] More

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    2019 Dodgers Projections: The Outfield

    In this article series, I’ll be breaking down Baseball-Reference projections, and providing my own projections for the 2019 Dodgers. Earlier articles: Infield: Dodger Infielder Projections: Baseball Reference Joc Pederson Joc, like many Dodgers, had a fairly confusing 2018. At times he looked as lost at the plate as anyone has ever been, while others he […] More

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    2019 Could Be a Defining Year for Kiké Hernández

    At first glance, it’s easy to assume that Kiké Hernández gets his at-bats just by being a super-utility type player. That’s a fair assumption given his .227/.314/.420 slash line over the last three seasons. He does not seem to be the type of player that will light it up in the stat column, but some of his deeper […] More

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