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    Dodgers Player of the Decade, Part 2: 1960s-2010s

    This is the second piece in a two-part series that covers the greatest Dodger player from each decade. The first article covered the timeframe from the 1910s to the 1950s. This one will cover the 1960s through the 2010s. 1960s:  Sandy Koufax Lifetime Stats: 165-87 record, 2.76 ERA, 2,396 K’s 3-time Cy Young Award winner […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Biggest Mistake of the Off-Season

    The Dodgers made a decision they will regret. It isn’t the trade that sent Yasiel Puig, Alex Wood, and Matt Kemp to the Cincinnati Reds. It isn’t their signing of Joe Kelly. Their mistake is letting Yasmani Grandal head to the Milwaukee Brewers. While Grandal recently became a disliked player among fans due to his […] More

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    Comparing Cody Bellinger to Some Greats

    Los Angeles Dodgers rookie first baseman Cody Bellinger hit his 34th home run on Saturday, August 12, 2017, at Dodger Stadium against the San Diego Padres. Where does this place Bellinger when comparing him to some current and recently enshrined Major League Baseball stars. Well, according to four comparative players through their rookie seasons, Cody […] More

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    Top Dodgers Rookie of the Year Winners

    When it comes to winning the National League Rookie of the Year award the Dodgers have had some prominent ball players take this award. Let’s go back in Dodger history and relive the moments of the top Dodgers Rookie of the Year winners. Brooklyn Dodgers 1947- Jackie Robinson: first african-american baseball player to play in […] More

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    Vin Scully – Simply the Best (1994-Today) Part 3

    “Hi everybody, and a very pleasant good afternoon to you, wherever you may be.” ~Vin Scully Welcome to the third and final part of this three-part series, where we explore a timeline of the history being made on and off the field during Vin Scully’s 67 year tenure. This time period, from 1994 through the […] More

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    Hall of Famer Mike Piazza: Forever Blue … and Orange

    Congratulations Michael Joseph Piazza for your election and enshrinement into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Piazza entered the Hall of Fame alongside Ken Griffey Jr. on Sunday. Two questions we are going to address: First, should Mike Piazza have entered the Hall of Fame as a Dodger? Second, should the Los Angeles Dodgers organization retire […] More

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    Dodgers Fandom: The Casual and The Passionate

    My parents couldn’t name 3 current Dodgers right now for a billion dollars.  Couldn’t tell you who owns them, no clue who manages them, and there is NO WAY they know where they sit in the standings, etc.  That’s ok, they’re human. I can’t hold that against them. Well, as you can tell, I am […] More

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