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    Dodgers: Fernandomania Kicked Off 39 Years Ago Today

    While we mourn the suspension of baseball, it’s also a time of celebration for Dodgers fans. If you were around to see Fernando Valenzuela pitch in the 1980s, you know that it was a very special time in Los Angeles. Valenzuela kicked off a historic campaign in 1981 resulting in a Cy Young Award, Rookie […] More

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    Dodgers Greatest Left Handers of All Time

    The Dodgers have had many talented left-handed pitchers throughout the history of the franchise. ? Happy #LeftHandersDay! pic.twitter.com/NLT7Aqrbbi — SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) August 13, 2019 In honor of National Left-Handers Day, here are the top 5 Dodgers left-handed pitchers of All-Time. 5. Nap Rucker: Nap Rucker had a 10-year career, all spent with the Brooklyn […] More

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    Dodgers News: Fernando Valenzuela’s Number 34 Retired in Mexico

    Former Dodgers ace Fernando Valenzuela was honored by the Mexican Baseball League by having his iconic number 34 retired on Sunday. Fernando Valenzuela missed this weekend's series vs Padres at Dodger Stadium because yesterday the Mexican Baseball League retired his jersey #34 league wide in honor of Fernando. #Ley34nda #ElToro — David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) July […] More

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    Dodgers Player of the Decade, Part 2: 1960s-2010s

    This is the second piece in a two-part series that covers the greatest Dodger player from each decade. The first article covered the timeframe from the 1910s to the 1950s. This one will cover the 1960s through the 2010s. 1960s:  Sandy Koufax Lifetime Stats: 165-87 record, 2.76 ERA, 2,396 K’s 3-time Cy Young Award winner […] More

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    The Top 5 Opening Days in Dodgers History

    It’s almost here: Opening Day. It arrives after a drawn-out offseason that felt twice as long, from owner collusion to Stan Kasten’s misguided comments to the unfortunate death of a fan struck by a foul ball. To make things even more trying, the Opening Day starting pitcher wasn’t even decided until the 11th hour this […] More

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    My First Dodgers FanFest: A Recap

    Over the past few years, Dodgers FanFest was a tantalizing “what if” for yours truly. Being in Sacramento, eight hours away and in the heart of Giants country no less, it required a good deal of financial planning and an extra day off to facilitate the weekend trip down south. It didn’t help that when […] More

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    All Time Dodgers Starting Rotation

    Here in this piece I am giving you the all time best starting Dodger rotation. In the modern baseball era, a lot of teams are flying with 6 man rotations. In that spirit, I give you the Dodgers all time 6 man starting rotation. For WAR numbers I used Baseball-Reference.   1) Sandy Koufax 53.2 […] More

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    Dodgers To Open Pop-Up Museum Presented By Mastercard

    Are you in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving weekend and looking for something Dodgers related? We just might have the thing for you. The Dodgers will host their third annual Pop-Up Museum presented by Mastercard beginning this Saturday (November 24th). The event will take place on the Left Field reserve level of the ballpark. Tickets for […] More

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    Dodgers: The Hall of Fame Case for Fernando Valenzuela

    As promised, I will attempt to make the Hall of Fame (HoF) case for former Dodgers star Fernando Valenzuela. Hey all, my next article for @DodgersNation will make the case for putting Fernando Valenzuela into the Baseball Hall of Fame. If #34 impacted you or your family in regards to your fandom, please respond. Thanks in advance. […] More

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