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    Dodgers Announce Position Starters for NLDS Game 1

    Dodgers’ manager Dave Roberts has announced his starting position players for game one of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals and left-handed starting pitcher Patrick Corbin. The order has not been announced but we do know the lineup will feature five right-handed-hitting position players. Will Smith, David Freese, Justin Turner, A.J. Pollock and Chris Taylor […] More

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    Dodgers News: Justin Turner Set to Miss More Games

    Dodgers’ starting third baseman Justin Turner will not have the opportunity to get more revenge against the team that released him as he is dealing with a mild ankle sprain. The plan for Turner is to sit out the three-game series against the New York Mets and rejoin the lineup on Tuesday against the Tampa […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Lineup: What It Should Look Like

    The Dodgers have quite the lineup and collection of offensive players. Manager Dave Roberts is doing something right by not sticking to one distinct lineup everyday. It has worked for multiple years. The offense is on a historic pace at this point and so is the defense. Still, with a little bit more of proper […] More

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    Dodgers Opening Day: Full Official Opening Day Lineup

    It’s finally time! Yes, it’s Opening Day in Los Angeles. Therefore, King Arthur is back and Camelot; system homestasis restored, all that good stuff. I wrote this post last year for Opening Day. It’s a decent little read about why time begins on Opening Day. Now, the Dodgers have an official lineup card out for […] More

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    The Dodgers Have a Perfect Leadoff Hitter

    As the Dodgers’ roster is currently constructed, they don’t have a “traditional” leadoff hitter. The favorite to leadoff is A.J. Pollock, but I already discussed why that wouldn’t be ideal, and Joc Pederson, who also isn’t ideal. But they do have the perfect leadoff hitter on their roster: Max Muncy. Muncy, a 28-year-old, left-handed hitter, […] More

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    Dodgers: A.J. Pollock Should Not Leadoff

    When the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the signing of A.J. Pollock, many fans assumed he would leadoff for the team. On the surface, it makes some sense, but the team would be better off with him in the middle of the order. Pollock leading off makes sense because the Dodgers don’t currently have a traditional […] More

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