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    Game Preview: Dodgers at Giants, Take Two

    After rain spoiled the chance to play up in the bay last night, the Dodgers and Giants are now set to square off this afternoon. Dave Roberts made some tweeks for the rotation, bringing a new look to the series: Kenta Maeda will be bumped from his scheduled start on Friday night Rich Hill will start today […] More

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    Dodgers vs Angels Pre-Game: Taming Trout

    After an exciting game one, the Dodgers and Angels return to the field tonight for Game Two of the freeway series. After an Albert Pujols bloop single off of Kenley Jansen proved to be the difference last night, the Dodgers will need to provide more offense behind their pitcher in order to beat the Angels. […] More

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    Dodgers at Mariners Pre-Game: Hits Please

    How do you ever recover from a no-hitter? Well, putting Clayton Kershaw on the mound is a great way to start. The Mariners come into game two riding the league’s longest active interleague play winning streak at five games, while the Dodgers continue their interleague struggles. Opposing Kershaw is Jason Vargas, the Mariners lefty who […] More

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    LA vs COL Pre-Game: Harang to Try Ending Streak

    After facing a slew of quality starters in the past week, the Colorado Rockies’ staff will provide a bit of relief to the Dodgers. After facing Josh Outman on Friday night (9.64 ERA), the Rockies send Juan Nicasio to the mound Saturday night. Nicasio enters the game with a record of 2-2 and an ERA […] More

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    Spiegel’s LA vs MIL Pre-Game: The triumphant return

    Break out the red carpet! Pop the champagne! He has finally returned! Nathan Eovaldi is back!!!! Okay, so Matt Kemp‘s return might overshadow Eovaldi’s 2012 debut, but needless to say there are multiple reasons to be excited in Los Angeles today. After spending two nights mashing in Albuquerque, Kemp will make his triumphant return to […] More

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    Dodgers vs Astros Pre-game: Is the end near?

    The world is coming to an end! The Dodgers have lost two games in a row! The no-names stopped hitting! Sure, those thoughts have crossed our mind. Losing to the Diamondbacks and Astros (with Kershaw on the mound no-less) doesn’t help, but I’m here to tell you it’s not time to panic in Dodgertown quite […] More

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    Dodgers vs D-Backs Pre-Game: Whatever Works to Win

    Matt Treanor. Justin Sellers. Scott Van Slyke. The average MLB fan couldn’t name them. The average Dodger fan couldn’t pick them out of a lineup. At the end of the day though, who cares? As the Dodgers continue their miraculous stretch of winning games with a lineup that resembles a mish-mash of leftovers, cast-offs and […] More

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    Dodgers vs Cardinals Pre-Game: Kershaw Time For Redbirds

    It has to be nice to be Jake Westbrook these days. The right-hander, who faces Clayton Kershaw Saturday night, has posted an impressive 4-2 record and a 2.35 ERA. A deeper look, however, reveals that those numbers just might be a product of his competition. In seven starts thus far, Westbrook has faced the 15-24 […] More

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    Dodgers vs Padres Pre-Game: Wake up the Major Leaguers

    Aaron Harang vs. Edinson Volquez Had you guys heard the new rule? Apparently, when playing the Padres in a two-game series in the middle of May, you have to play a certain number of minor leaguers in game number one. Crazy rule, right? Well fortunately (and hopefully) the Dodgers will return to using actual major […] More

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    Dodgers vs Cubs Pre-Game: Keep Cappy Rolling

    With Matt Garza‘s start being moved to Sunday because of an illness, the Dodgers will face Chris Volstad on just four days rest. Volstad, who is 0-3 on the season with a 6.11 ERA, has seen the Cubs lose in his last six starts dating back to the end of last season. In those six […] More

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