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    How Do the Dodgers Stack Up Against Baseball’s Superteams?

    Astros. Cubs. Dodgers. Indians. Red Sox. Yankees. It remains likely that either of these six teams will be parading this fall and will be dawned as World Series champions. FiveThirtyEight gives these six teams a 82 percent chance of winning the 2018 Fall Classic, in comparison to an 18 percent chance for the other 24 […] More

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    Chronicling Walker Buehler’s 13th Career start vs. Astros

    Dodgers Nation will be following Walker Buehler’s starts as he seeks to be the next elite Dodgers pitcher. The Dodgers have a history of dominant players on the mound from Sandy Koufax to Don Drysdale to Clayton Kershaw. As a former first round pick and a highly touted prospect, Buehler looks to be the next […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Recipe for Success In Game 6 of the World Series

    Four ingredients to the Los Angeles Dodgers success in game six of the 2017 World Series against the Houston Astros. Take Advantage of Home Field Advantage Home crowd, fans cheering, and comforts of the City of Angels. Important, but necessary are the unfriendly hitter confines of Dodger Stadium. Rich Hill shines at home and is […] More

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    Major League Facts About the Astros vs. Dodgers 2017 World Series

    There are some interesting historical facts about the 2017 World Series pitting the Houston Astros against the Los Angeles. Here, we highlight some of those facts for you. “National League” vs. National League World Series The Houston Astros played in the National League West (1969-1993) and Central (1994-2012) Divisions for years against the Los Angeles […] More

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    MLB Rumors: Houston Astros Making ‘Big Push’ For Cole Hamels

    With the non-waiver trade deadline rapidly approaching, the arms race for Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels and potentially Detroit Tigers’ lefty David Price, is expected to intensify in the coming days. Thus far the Oakland Athletics have been the biggest sellers, trading Scott Kazmir to the Houston Astros last week and Tyler Clippard to the […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team Talked With Astros About Trading Crawford In 2013

    [new_royalslider id=”7″] It has been no secret that the Los Angeles Dodgers have had an overcrowded outfield with the emergence of Yasiel Puig last season. The team had four legitimate, starting outfielders on their roster following the 2013 season and were reported to have been looking for deals for any of them, minus Puig. While […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Dodgers Scout Wandy Rodriguez

    As we approach the trade deadline our shopping list continues to clarify. The Dodgers are in the market for a starting pitcher, a bat, and reliever. Last night the Dodgers had scouts in Houston watching Wandy Rodriguez pitch against the Royals. He pitched 7 innings allowing 6 hits, 2 earned runs, 2 walks, and 3 […] More

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    Three Trades That Won’t Happen For The Dodgers

    David Wright Our voters poll really shows people pulling for Wright. Sorry, its just not going to happen. The Mets have David Wright locked up this year at 15M and next season at 16M. They have plenty of time this winter to work out an extension and it’s a top priority for the club. Even […] More