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    Joe Maddon Gets Ejected in Game 1 of the NLCS

    A call at home plate was reversed after officials reviewed it during the bottom of the 7th inning, and Joe Maddon was not happy. Chicago Cubs catcher Wilson Contreras appeared to have tagged out Charlie Culberson after a great throw from left fielder Kyle Schwarber, but Dodgers shortstop Charlie Culberson had been unable to score […] More

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    Cubs’ Joe Maddon On Facing The Dodgers In The NLCS

    The Dodgers are in a very good place right now and have all of the advantage going into the NLCS against the Cubs. Los Angeles got to rest for a few days, they have home-field advantage, and they are a completely new team compared to last year. Sure, some might argue that the rest hurts […] More

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    Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Wins NL Manager of the Year Award

    Los Angeles Dodgers manager, Dave Roberts has won the 2016 Major league Baseball Manager of the Year Award! Roberts was amongst two legendary managers, Dusty Baker and Joe Maddon who were also nominated. Both Maddon and Baker have a combined 34 years of MLB manager experience and a mind boggling 2,747 wins. With that said, as a […] More

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    Why Dave Roberts Deserves to Be NL Manager of the Year

    On Monday afternoon, the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) announced the finalists to all of the MLB’s seasonal awards. The Dodgers have three finalists for three awards this season with Kenta Maeda (ROY), Corey Seager (MVP & ROY), and Dave Roberts (MOY). Seager is the arguably the unanimous Rookie of the Year, so that […] More

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    Dodgers News: Joe Maddon Calls Out Julio Urias on Balking

    The Dodgers are entering Wednesday’s game feeling very confident after their 6-0 win on Tuesday. Every single part was in working order: Rich Hill pitched great, the bullpen maintained Hill’s greatness, and the offense never stopped. This momentum is exactly what the team needed in order to support that the rookie, Julio Urias, who will be […] More

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    Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Lashes Out Against Replay System

    While Major League Baseball instituted the replay review process with the idea of ensuring calls are properly made, it hasn’t been without hiccups. The Los Angeles Dodgers have often times come up short on challenges, and in one instance were apologized to by MLB for their incorrect decision despite reviewing the initial call. However, in […] More

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    MLB Rumors: Joe Maddon To Become Chicago Cubs Manager

    UPDATE (Oct. 29, 3:30 p.m. PT): According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, Joe Maddon’s agent, Alan Nero, said his client has agreed to terms with the Chicago Cubs and has multiple offers to choose from: Maddon agent Nero said they could have something in the next few days. Has a media offer […] More

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    Dodgers Nation Week In Review: October 20 – October 26

    [new_royalslider id=”341″] When the Los Angeles Dodgers introduced Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations, speculation arose concerning Joe Maddon potentially becoming the next Dodger manager. Friedman voiced his commitment to Don Mattingly, who has held the position since 2011, during the introductory press conference and further emphasized the decision when Maddon opted out of […] More

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    Joe Maddon’s Agent Has Fielded Calls From Interested Teams

    [new_royalslider id=”341″] The MLB world was dealt a shock Friday when Joe Maddon made the decision to opt out of the final year of his contract as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays. Maddon managed the Rays for nine seasons and his loss comes on the heels of the franchise also losing Andrew Friedman, who […] More

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