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    Game Recap: Joc Walks It Off, Kershaw and Puig Return on Jackie Robinson Day

    The Dodgers opened up a three-game series with the Cincinnati Reds on a day jam-packed with drama, celebration, and returns. The club sent the returning Clayton Kershaw to the mound against budding ace Luis Castillo. Kersh is back, tell a friend. pic.twitter.com/fDKSVhyrdN — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 15, 2019 Old Friends Yasiel Puig, Matt […] More

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    Dodgers NL MVP Annals – Jackie Robinson (1949)

    Welcome back to my new series for Dodgers Nation, the Dodgers NL MVP Annals! In each installment, I take an in-depth look at every single MVP season by a Dodger and the player who won it. The Dodgers franchise can currently lay claim to 13 National League MVP winners, won by 11 different players. These […] More

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    Dodgers: Remember 42: The Jackie Robinson Movie

    It is no secret that Jack Roosevelt Robinson had an immeasurable impact on not only the game of baseball and the Dodgers organization, but on the global scale. Born in Cairo, Georgia in 1919, Robinson attended UCLA where he was a star athlete in more sports than solely on the diamond. He embodies the Civil […] More

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    Recap: Dodgers Honor Jackie Robinson Day With Kershaw Dominance

    Plenty of Dodgers fans probably spent the last three or four days reflecting on what would make the team play better. On Jackie Robinson Day Sunday, with the sun in the California sky and picture perfect weather; all it took was Clayton Kershaw grabbing the ball. Kershaw was as dominating a version of himself as […] 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