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    A Tribute to the Dodger Blues Gibson Clock

    When it comes to blogosphere quality and online community, the Dodgers fanbase is arguably second to none. Dodgers Twitter has become big and eccentric enough to attract the attention of Rian Johnson, while the enormous volume of independent sites has set the standard for team-centered blogging for years. As much as I enjoy all of […] More

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    Dodgers: Kirk Gibson Special To Air Sunday Night After NLDS Game 3

    If you enjoyed ‘Only in Hollywood’ about the 1988 Dodgers on MLB Network earlier this year, we have something similar that should pique your interest. On Sunday night on Fox Sports 1, “Walk-off Stories: Improbably Gibson” will air following game three of the NLDS between the Braves and the Dodgers. Here are the details: Directed […] More

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    Dodgers Legends Recount Miracles of 1988 Season in New Film

    Few fans need a reminder that it’s been 30 years since the Dodgers have won a World Series. A new film, produced by MLB Network, tells that story from the winter of 1988 until the final out of that championship from the perspective of the Dodger legends who lived it. An Underdog Season 1988, the improbable, impossible […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kirk Gibson Will Throw Out Opening Day First Pitch

    I can’t even say the words ‘Kirk Gibson’ without feeling a little happy. Now, the man responsible for one of the greatest moments in baseball history will be front and center on one of the greatest days of the year. The Dodgers announced that Gibson will throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day, March […] More

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    Kirk Gibson And Justin Turner Are Cemented In Dodgers History Forever

    Oh what a night! One of the many extraordinary, incredible things that happened all over social media after Justin Turner’s storybook walk-off Sunday night was the immediate comparisons to the last time a Dodger made postseason history doing something amazingly similar…exactly 29 years ago to the day. For the most part, common sense dictates that […] More

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    It’s Time for L.A. to Catch the Elusive Championship

    Over the past four seasons, the Los Angeles Dodgers have had what many franchises would consider success. Unfortunately, the success is overshadowed by the “can’t win the big one” stigma. Ask the 1990s Atlanta Braves what that’s like, with 14 consecutive division crowns and only one championship to show for it. Ask the Utah Jazz […] More

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    What Dodger Deserves The Kobe-Treatment?

    Los Angeles is the city of stars. Granted, the vast majority of those idolized individuals are outside the sports world. But the City of Angels has decided to honor an athlete who was perhaps as big as any actor, actress or musician. August 24, or 8-24, was declared Kobe Bryant day in L.A. Bryant is […] More

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    Dodgers v. Giants: An Old-Fashioned Rivalry

    In December of 1956, Jackie Robinson was traded from the Brooklyn Dodgers to the New York Giants baseball club. Instead of playing for the Giants, Jackie Robinson retired in January of 1957 before the start of the season.  The historical and heated rivalry between the Dodgers and Giants stretches as far back as the 1880s. […] More

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    “Baseball is Too Slow” – My Defense of the Game

    “Baseball is the most perfect of games, solid, true, pure and precious as diamonds. If only life were so simple. Within the baselines anything can happen. Tides can reverse; oceans can open. That’s why they say, “the game is never over until the last man is out.” Colors can change, lives can alter, anything is […] More

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