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    Dodgers Postseason: Walker Buehler Not Surprised NLDS Goes to 5 Games

    It comes down to this — win or go home… and for the Dodgers, Walker Buehler is firmly set on the former. The flamethrowing right-hander sees fun more than anything else in this winner take all game 5 matchup against the Washington Nationals. However, on the match, don’t paint him surprised. "It's something I'm familiar […] More

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    Dodgers: Rich Hill Talks About Going Against Max Scherzer

    Without question – in terms of competitors – baseball might not have two better than Rich Hill and Max Scherzer. Now, the two will square off in game four of the NLDS on Monday in Washington. While Cody Bellinger already weighed in on what facing Scherzer is like as a hitter, Hill is here to […] More

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    Dodgers NLDS News: Washington Nationals Name Game 4 Starter

    The Washington Nationals and manager Dave Martinez have named Max Scherzer their starting pitcher for game four of the National League Division Series. Nationals manager Dave Martinez says Max Scherzer will start Game 4. — Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) October 6, 2019 After the Nationals won game two, there was some speculation they would turn to […] More

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    Dodgers: Dave Roberts Talks Nationals’ Game 2 Strategy

    On a night where the Dodgers fell to the Washington Nationals 4-2 and the NLDS tied at 1-1, a finger could be pointed at a number of moments where things didn’t go LA’s way. All game long Nats ace Stephen Strasburg got into and out of various levels of trouble only to escape. At the […] More

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    Why Tony Gonsolin Didn’t Make the Dodgers Playoff Roster

    When the Dodgers announced their roster for the NLDS, it was as expected; yet many people are upset right-handed Tony Gonsolin was left off the team. The final bullpen spots likely came down to Gonsolin, fellow rookie Dustin May, left-hander Caleb Ferguson, and right-hander Ross Stripling. The Dodgers elected to go with May and Stripling […] More

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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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