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    Putting Together a Dodgers Off-Season Checklist

    The Dodgers head into the 2020 off-season after being eliminated by the eventual World Series winner for the fourth straight season—at least you can say the championship runs through Los Angeles… As it’s currently constructed, the Dodgers roster would likely compete for a playoff spot, which is a good start for any team heading into […] 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: An Update on Rich Hill’s Injury Status

    Dodgers’ pitcher Rich Hill is continuing to inch closer on his return to the mound after being shut down due to pain in his knee. Today, the southpaw faced hitters in a simulated inning while wearing a knee brace. He threw 17 pitches and felt no pain, according to Alden Gonzalez. #Dodgers Rich Hill about […] More

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    Dodgers: Behind the Numbers of Hyun-Jin-Ryu’s Slump

    Dodgers’ starting pitcher, Hyun-Jin Ryu, has been impressive during the 2019 season, and until recently, he was a virtual lock to win the NL Cy Young award. However, as the summer turns to fall and the postseason looms, his early-season dominance has seemingly disappeared. When Ryu returned to the team on August 11 after a […] More

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    Dodgers: Rich Hill Advancing to Next Step in Rehab Process

    Dodgers’ starting pitcher Rich Hill will be taking a significant step forward towards his return later this week. Rich Hill will throw his first bullpen session later this week. — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) August 20, 2019 Hill has been on the IL since late June after suffering a flexor strain injury that’s sidelined him for […] More

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    Dodgers: Hyun-Jin Just Keeps cRYUsing

    Dodgers’ starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu has been lights out all season and Monday was no different. After throwing 6 innings and allowing one run against the Anaheim Angels, Ryu became the second starting pitcher in history to begin a season with 13 consecutive starts in which he allowed 2 runs or less, according to MLB […] More