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    Dodgers Hitting Coach Robert Van Scoyoc Deserves Praise

    The gap between how the Dodgers performed last year and they’re dominating this year is a staggering one. The 2018 Dodgers, a historically bad offense in the clutch, matched the worst start in Los Angeles history. Even after acquiring Manny Machado, the offense remained sluggish and inconsistent. Sure, they hit a franchise record 235 homers, […] More

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    Dodgers Nation Poll Results: Roberts and Bats Trend Down, Pitching Trends Up

    This is the third installment of our Dodgers #DNApprovalRatings series. Previous weeks: Dodgers Nation Poll Results: Starting Pitching Solidifies, Bullpen Remains Weak Dodgers Nation Poll Results: Roberts’ Approval Rating Up, Bullpen Down Let’s get into it! Dave Roberts Last week, the stats stood at 72% yes, 9% no, and 19% undecided. This for this week's […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Historic April Offense, By the Numbers

    In March, I wrote an editorial emphasizing the 2019 Dodgers should win at a brisk clip in April, rather than their traditionally sluggish start in recent year. Thankfully, they have done just that. With their 19th victory on Sunday, they won their most games in March/April since the 2012 team took 16…and that team didn’t […] More

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    Dodgers Offense: Comparing 2019 to 2018

    A glance at the 2018 Dodgers offensive statistics makes it hard to believe that the team could improve on what was an impressive group of numbers. The boys in blue scored a total of 804 runs and ranked first in the National League in the regular season in OPS at .774. Not only that, but […] More

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    Breaking Down The Dodgers First Half Offense

    There is some minor statistical analysis in this article–I am breaking down their offense after all. That said–there is A LOT you can take from this information, specifically in defense of the modern metrics that the Dodgers bats tend to take. Let’s take a look at the first half of 2018 Dodgers. The Dodgers finished […] More

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    Young Trio Drives Dodgers Offense

    As of late, the Dodgers offense has been driven by the young offensive trio, Trayce Thompson, Corey Seager and Joc Pederson. The Dodgers had an 8-2 win against the Reds on Tuesday night at the Ravine and Wednesday marks the last day of their 20 games in 20 days stretch. The Dodgers will try to […] More