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    It’s Real: Dodgers Lose 1-0 To Another Joe Panik Home Run

    A wise man once said that baseball breaks your heart. It was designed to break your heart. The first two games of the Dodgers’ season will go down in the memory as heartbreakers that we would all like to forget. Baseball can be so whacky. If you had Joe Panik beating the Dodgers a pair […] More

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    Dodgers News: L.A. Needs Clayton Kershaw to Be Its Stopper

    The Dodgers haven’t looked like a playoff-caliber team in San Francisco. On Monday, the previously stout Brandon McCarthy finally slipped, allowing six runs in an 8-4 loss. Tuesday was more frustrating: Rich Hill delivered a solid start (5 IP, 1 ER) in his return from the disabled list, but the Dodgers couldn’t solve Ty Blach […] More

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    All-Star Game Recap: Cueto Gives Up 3 in 4-2 Loss to American League

    On Tuesday the 2016 All-Star Game took place which is important because the winner receives home-field advantage in the World Series! Unfortunately, the National League starting pitcher, Johnny Cueto, would give up 3 in a 4-2 loss against the American League. Is it because Kershaw couldn’t start? Or maybe because Seager didn’t get voted to […] More

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    Dodgers Season Is A Tale of Two Series

    Unlike the novel by Charles Dickens, “A Tale of Two Cities” (1859), that illustrates the difference between the peasantry in Paris, France before and during the French Revolution, and the grandeur in London, England, the set of consecutive baseball series played in San Diego and San Francisco by the Dodgers is not a call for […] More

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    Dodgers Poll: Fans Appreciate Kenta Maeda’s Value

    There’s an interesting subplot at work when fans are looking at the Dodgers’ offseason. On one hand, the Dodgers seem to have rebounded as best they can from losing Zack Greinke with a couple low-risk, high-reward deals and on the other, the last thing people want to do is give Andrew Friedman and his front office […] More

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    The Dodgers Were Right to Pass on Cueto

    “Don’t mistake activity with achievement.” –John Wooden, former UCLA Basketball Coach In sports, much like life, doing is not always achieving. Sometimes holding back, restraining oneself, and planning for the future is the key to success. What many in the sports field, whether fan or professional, are forgetting is what history has proven in hindsight. […] More

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