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    Dodgers: A Long and Sometimes Painful History vs. Phillies

    The history of Philadelphia and Brooklyn/Los Angeles battling is almost entirely old as the teams themselves. The Philadelphia Phillies have tread the diamond since 1883, while Brooklyn started the following year of 1884. That’s good enough for 2,102 games, and the Boys in Blue hold the head-to-head edge decisively at 1,169-918. Given the decades of […] More

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    A Brief History of the Dodgers and Cubs

    The Dodgers’ midwest road trip continues this week with a three-game stop at Wrigley Field. After taking 3 of 4 from the Brewers, 2 of those wins coming on improbable homers off Josh Hader, Los Angeles has momentum as they face off against a Cubs squad that’s starting to heat up. ? NL POWER RANKINGS […] More

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    Cody Bellinger Bombs: Chronicling The NLCS Game 7 Home Run

    Dodgers Nation will be writing about ‘Bellinger Bombs’. The Dodgers have one of the best young power hitters in the game under contract for the foreseeable future. Writers like Sam Miller have asked the question ‘What if Cody Bellinger is going to break the all-time home run record’. As the career home runs continue to pile […] More

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    Dodgers: Candidates for NLCS Series Most Valuable Player

    After their thrilling game five victory to close down Chavez Ravine, the Los Angeles Dodgers are one win from the World Series. Still, that win must take place for this post not to become quickly obsolete. Should it happen (when, right?), a series Most Valuable Player will be named for the 2018 NLCS. Uniquely, no […] More

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    Dodgers NLCS Update | Episode 25 | Blue Heaven Podcast

    Episode 25 of Blue Heaven — affectionately titled “Catching for Dummies” — finds Kevin and FRG chatting with Los Angeles Times editor, and “Dodgers Dugout” newsletter writer — friend of the show — Houston Mitchell about games 1 and 2 of the Dodgers NLCS against the Brewers. Along with a bit about what to expect from […] More

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    Dodgers: Yasmani Grandal Will Start Game 3 of NLCS

    Yasmani Grandal has had a rough series for the Dodgers – to say the least. In the third inning of game one of the NLCS, he had the nightmare third inning. It was probably the difference in a one-run ballgame, and a frame that Dodgers fans will never forget. Grandal became the first catcher in […] More

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