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    The Dodgers Were Right to Pass on Bryce Harper Contract

    With the Philadelphia Phillies rolling into town for a weekend series tonight, one name draws as much attention as ever: Bryce Harper. The name that loomed over Dodger fans and pundits this past offseason is finally back at Dodger Stadium, now clad in Philly red pinstripes. When Harper inked his record 13-year contract with the […] More

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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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    Game Preview: Dodgers Search For Third Straight Win Behind Maeda

    Los Angeles Dodgers at Philadelphia Phillies Time: 4:05 PM PT Venue: Citizens Bank Park Los Angeles Record: 56-44 Philadelphia Record: 55-44 How are the Dodgers Doing? Ever since they traded for Manny Machado, the Dodgers offense has recorded at least 10 hits and is averaging 6.5 runs per game. Although their four games with Machado […] More

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    Dodgers News: Chase Utley Is The Man

    It’s not an everyday sight that you see a player from the visiting team get a standing ovation from the entire stadium before his first at-bat. It’s almost unheard of for a player from the visiting team to receive a curtain call after hitting a home run. Former longtime Philly, Chase Utley, received both last night […] More

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    Dodgers News: Roberto Hernandez Acquired From Phillies

    [new_royalslider id=”274″] The Los Angeles Dodgers have been in the market for starting pitching since right-handers Josh Beckett and Dan Haren have been dealing with minor injuries and struggles. General manager Ned Colletti failed to make a deal at the July 31 trade deadline and left the Dodgers with what they had. Backup starting pitcher […] More

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    Reviewing 2012: The temporary replacement in left field

    Aided by a new ownership group with deep pockets, the Dodgers were buyers at the MLB trade deadline.  The Dodgers filled their need for an everyday left-fielder and legitimate lead-off hitter by acquiring two-time all-star outfielder Shane Victorino from the Philadelphia Phillies for reliever Josh Lindblom and minor-league pitcher Ethan Martin on July 31. After eight […] More