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    Analytics 101: A Guide To Understanding Advanced Baseball Statistics

    [et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]Analytics, also called sabermetrics, rule baseball front offices, and on-field decision making. To most fans, they’re just a confusing or misunderstood topic. Some people think they ruin baseball or change the game too much, but that is just not the case. Analytics are just used to try to find […] More

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    Dodgers News: Julio Urías Makes Scoreless Spring Training debut

    In a 5-3 win over the Oakland Athletics in a Cactus League game, Julio Urías pitched one inning for the Dodgers for his first start this Spring Training. Moreover, this would count as the first start Urías has made, in the Majors, since 2017.  Urías faced the minimum in his lone inning pitched. The sequencing of the inning featured the […] More

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    Dodgers: Making Los Angeles A Little More Sonny

    After 2 straight World Series losses, Los Angeles is probably feeling a little Gray. We would all be better off if it was a bit more Sonny. If you didn’t catch that, The Dodgers should attempt to acquire right-handed pitcher Sonny Gray from the New York Yankees. Yes, the same Sonny Gray coming off a season […] More

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    Game Preview: Dodgers Try For 2-Game Sweep in Oakland

    Los Angeles Dodgers at Oakland Athletics Time: 7:05 PM PT Venue: Oakland Coliseum Oakland Record: 67-47 Los Angeles Record: 63-51 How are the Dodgers Doing? After losing eight straight games at the Oakland Coliseum, the Dodgers finally defeated the Athletics in their home ballpark. Prior to Tuesday’s win, the Dodgers had not won a game […] More

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    With or Without Kershaw, L.A. Must Improve Rotation

    We’ve looked at the offense. We’ve looked at the bullpen. But perhaps the most likely place for the Dodgers to make a splash in the next year is the rotation. Zack Greinke spurring L.A. for Arizona took the Dodgers by surprise. The team responded by signing Scott Kazmir and Kenta Maeda. Through half the season, […] More

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    Who Should Be the Dodgers Top 5 Trade Targets?

    Dodger fans are restless as the team’s offense continues to struggle. Sure, timely home runs lifted L.A. to a series win over Arizona. But before that, the Dodgers scored 13 runs in 6 games in series losses to Colorado and San Francisco. At one point, the team had 13 hits in its last 34 innings, as […] More

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    Trade Deadline: Red Sox Deal John Lackey And Jon Lester

    [new_royalslider id=”260″] Believed to be sellers in the market, the Boston Red Sox were busy the morning of Thursday’s non-wavier trade deadline. Having already traded Jake Peavy to the San Francisco Giants July 26, the Red Sox made John Lackey and Jon Lester available. Despite being in the final year of his contract, there wasn’t […] More

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    Dodgers News: Former Dodgers Pitcher Bob Welch Passes Away at 57

    [new_royalslider id=”169″] Former Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Bob Welch passed away today in Seal Beach, California. The cause of death has not been released. The right-hander spent time with the Dodgers and Oakland Athletics, winning World Series with both teams. Welch posted an impressive record of 27-6 during his Cy Young campaign with the Athletics […] More

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    Dodgers News: Oakland Athletics Sign Nick Punto To One-Year Deal

    It’s been a relatively quiet off-season for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but on the last day of the GM Meetings in Florida they lost their first free agent of the winter. Utility man Nick Punto, who many wanted back for next season, signed a one-year contract with the Oakland Athletics with a vesting option for […] More