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    Dodgers: Hyun-Jin Just Keeps cRYUsing

    Dodgers’ starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu has been lights out all season and Monday was no different. After throwing 6 innings and allowing one run against the Anaheim Angels, Ryu became the second starting pitcher in history to begin a season with 13 consecutive starts in which he allowed 2 runs or less, according to MLB […] More

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    Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger: Best Right Fielder in the Game

    Cody Bellinger’s offense has been well documented through the Dodgers’ first 54 games of the season.  He’s been absolutely dominant in that time, leading nearly every offensive category in the National League. A closer look though, and one will see that he’s grown to become the best right fielder in baseball as well. Cody Bellinger […] More

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    Next Steps with Dodgers Julio Urias’ Domestic Abuse Allegations

    Julio Urias was arrested and charged with domestic violence Monday night. Witnesses say they saw him push a woman to the ground in the parking lot of a shopping center. Following this news, Urias could be placed on administrative leave while the league investigates the charges. Major League Baseball and Major League Baseball Players Association […] More

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    Baseball’s Biggest Problems

    You often hear people say something along the lines of, “baseball is a dying sport! It’s too slow and boring! That’s why attendance is dropping and ratings are down!” That person is entitled to their wrong opinion. The main problem comes when the commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred, shares that opinion. His focus […] More

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    Report: MLB Changes Roster Rules for 2020

    MLB and the MLBPA have agreed to a deal with some notable changes coming in the near future according to ESPN. The long-awaited MLB/MLBPA deal is done, sources tell ESPN, and includes a single trade deadline, an All-Star Game Election Day, expanded rosters in 2020 and, most important, a pledge to start bargaining over fundamental […] More

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    Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw Still Not Feeling Great in Spring Training

    The surge of rumors regarding Bryce Harper possibly signing with the Dodgers hasn’t overshadowed Clayton Kershaw this Spring Training. After reports of the 30-year-old not “feeling great” follow two bullpen sessions and a live BP session last week, Kershaw did not participate in workouts. Yesterday during Spring Training workouts at Camelback Ranch, Kershaw reiterated the […] More

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    Dodgers: The Next 10 Years for Clayton Kershaw

    The soon-to-be 31-year-old ace isn’t the same pitcher who was celebrating with Manny Ramirez and Chad Billingsley in their advancement to the NLCS 10 years ago. Now, Clayton Kershaw is being shutdown in Spring Training as reports cite the three-time Cy Young winner claimed he “didn’t feel right” after two bullpen sessions. Clayton Kershaw is […] More

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    MLB Looking To Make Rule Changes That Would Effect the Dodgers

    It appears that Major League Baseball may be aiming to mitigate teams manipulating their 25-man rosters. According to a source from an article published by the Associated Press. [MLB] has proposed going back to a 15-day disabled list and increasing the time optioned players usually must spend in the minor leagues — moves aimed at […] More

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    How Does The Qualifying Offer Impact The Off-Season

    One of the topics to look at for why free agency in 2019 is slow is the impact of the qualifying offer (QO). Both the 2018 and 2019 off-seasons have been very slow and this article will look at how the QO might be a factor. Background First off, what is a Qualifying Offer? It […] More

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    Why Time Begins On Opening Day in Los Angeles

    It’s not just an outstanding baseball book, it’s a philosophy. It’s a truth. Time begins on Opening Day. Today all of the hopes and possibilities of an entire year rest so bound-fully in front of us all. It doesn’t just have to be about baseball. It can be related to life as well. We’ll explain how […] More

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