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    Dodgers: Top 5 Single-Game Strikeout Performances

    In a season where the opener is becoming more of a norm for teams, Walker Buehler gave MLB fans a 1968-level dose of starting pitching mastery this past Friday. Matt Beaty’s walk-off sealed it as the game of the season so far, and thus put Buehler in some prestigious company. Here are the most strikeouts […] More

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    Dodgers Sign Taiwanese Pitcher Lin Huei-Sheng

    The Los Angeles Dodgers signed 20-year-old Lin Huei-Sheng of Taiwan on Saturday. Huei-Sheng represents a very intriguing piece and was recently clocked as high as 95.1 mph in a start. Although Huei-Sheng is a few years away from vying to be a force at the big-league level, there is a lot of potential with the […] More

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    Vin Scully – Simply the Best (1994-Today) Part 3

    “Hi everybody, and a very pleasant good afternoon to you, wherever you may be.” ~Vin Scully Welcome to the third and final part of this three-part series, where we explore a timeline of the history being made on and off the field during Vin Scully’s 67 year tenure. This time period, from 1994 through the […] More

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    Dodgers Fandom: The Casual and The Passionate

    My parents couldn’t name 3 current Dodgers right now for a billion dollars.  Couldn’t tell you who owns them, no clue who manages them, and there is NO WAY they know where they sit in the standings, etc.  That’s ok, they’re human. I can’t hold that against them. Well, as you can tell, I am […] More

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    Vin Scully’s 10 Greatest Broadcasting Calls: No. 10-6

    The last time Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully left his broadcasting chair, the U.S was engaged in a confrontation with the Soviet Union known as “The Cold War”. Since 1950, Scully has been around for some of the greatest single moments in sports history. To pay homage to Scully’s 67th and final year in the broadcast booth, […] More

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    Great Patriotic Moments in Dodgers History

    As we celebrate Independence Day in America, the Fourth of July presents to us with an opportunity to reminisce about some of the great Patriotic Moments in Dodgers History. July 4th put us in the spirit where we are going to highlight five of these moments.  Starting with number five, the most recent: DODGERS WEARING THESE […] More

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    From Robinson to Roberts: Dodgers Have Led the Way

    Throughout their history, the Dodgers Organization has changed culture through their choice of players, managers, and front office personnel. Starting with former General Manager Branch Rickey and Owner Walter O’Malley, more than any other professional sports franchise, the Dodgers have the led the way in cultural diversity and player development. The Dodgers realized early on […] More

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    Top 3 Dodgers Opening Day Performances of The Last 20 Years

    Exactly one week from right now, Opening Day will be over and the Dodgers will have one game under their belts. Fortunately for the Dodgers, Opening Day has historically been pretty good to them. The Dodgers have won each of their last five Opening Day games, all behind three time Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw. […] More

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    Dodgers News: Hideo Nomo Signed 21 Years Ago Today

    February 13th isn’t just the day before Valentine’s Day. It’s also the day in which the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Japanese right-hander Hideo Nomo. That signing came all the way back in 1995. The talented Nomo went on to have a good career in blue, and elsewhere. In his time in Los Angeles, Nomo spent […] More

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