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    Dodgers: The Never-Ending Bullpen Nightmare

    The Andrew Friedman era has been characterized by deep playoff runs, but an overall failure to get the job done. Los Angeles has not seen their Boys in Blue win a World Series title since 1988. Since that year, the Dodgers have won their division ten times, but the ring remains elusive. Four Division Series […] More

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    Dodgers: Joe Kelly Activated, Caleb Ferguson Optioned

    The Dodgers have shipped left-hander Caleb Ferguson to Triple-A Oklahoma City and have activated right-hander Joe Kelly from the bereavement list. The Dodgers today activated RHP Joe Kelly from the bereavement list and optioned LHP Caleb Ferguson to Triple-A Oklahoma City. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 27, 2019 Kelly had recently been placed on […] More

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    Dodgers: Pitcher Joe Kelly Is Seeking Answers To His Struggles

    Still, Joe Kelly is attempting to find himself while working through struggles in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ bullpen. Right now, Kelly holds a 8.80 ERA in just over 15 innings of work. Therefore, it seems like remembering a clean outing from Kelly is a tough task. Recently, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times went […] More

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    Dodgers: It’s Time to Give Dustin May a Shot in Relief

    In the aftermath of the Dodgers taking two of three in San Diego this past weekend, the greatest topic of concern for the team’s troubled bullpen is Kenley Jansen. While it’s likely the walk-off grand slam he surrendered on Sunday can be chalked up to pitching a third consecutive day, there is cause for worry […] More

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    Dodgers’ Middle Relievers are Unsung Heroes

    With nearly a quarter of the regular season in the books, the Los Angeles Dodgers are sitting atop of the National League West.  In fact, they lead all of Major League Baseball in the win column with 23.  Despite those facts, many are quick to criticize a bullpen, that for the most part, has been […] More

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    Dodgers: A Closer Look at Joe Kelly

    When the Dodgers signed 30-year-old reliever Joe Kelly to a 3-year, $25 million deal, they were expecting to get a lockdown pitcher. The results, so far, have been quite the opposite. Fasten your seatbelts for the Joe Kelly Experience. — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) May 5, 2019 After struggling through most of 2018 with a 4.39 […] More

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