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    A Holiday in Houston | Episode 20 | Blue Heaven Podcast

    This week on the Blue Heaven Podcast, Kevin and FRG chat with LA Times sports editor Houston Mitchell about several burning Dodgers topics, and their playoff chances. Later in the show, they welcome KROQ DJ Megan Holiday in studio for a fun filled interview and game. Plus, the triumphant return of the “BAE of the […] More

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    In Kershaw We Trust

    Hey, Dodger fans! Can we please step off the ledge and hold onto hope? Because it’s not over yet, not even close. Believe me, I understand, the last two games have been downright horrible… soul crushing even. Yes, the Cubs took it to the Dodgers, but even more painful – the Dodgers took it to […] More

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    Why Postseason Baseball May Kill You (But Probably Won’t)

    Postseason baseball is a nervous breakdown that lasts nine innings. A couple of weeks ago I wrote a piece on the glories of September baseball. The thrill we experience as our team battles to clinch a spot in the playoffs. It’s like a wild game of baseball musical chairs. When the music stops you’ve either […] More

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    What to Look Out for This Postseason

    “Turbulent” is the word I’d choose to describe the Dodgers’ season to this point. An absolute avalanche of injuries, the demotion, promotion and sudden improvement of a polarizing cuban superstar, and the extended absence of the league’s best pitcher from the Dodger roster has all transpired over the last six months. Another word I would […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Why September Baseball is the Best, Who Deserves a Spot on the Playoff Roster, and More

    With the 2016 Dodgers season coming to an end on Sunday October 2nd at AT&T Park against the San Francisco Giants, the planning for the postseason roster will begin. The first postseason National League Division Series game is scheduled for Friday October 7th. But, who will make the postseason roster, Kike Hernandez, Yasiel Puig, or Andrew […] More

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    Why September Baseball is the Best Baseball

    ***Author’s note: I’d like to send my deepest, most heartfelt condolences to José Fernández’s family, friends, loved ones and all the Marlins family. We at Dodgers Nation mourn your loss, as well as the loss to baseball. Rest in peace, José, gone much too soon. 1992 ~ 2016 As September comes to a close with […] More

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    AJ Ellis and Yasiel Puig – Do Intangibles Matter?

    Intangibles in baseball are those qualities that affect the performance of the team as a whole, rather than the individual. They are unquantifiable by statistics. Things such as, clubhouse chemistry, leadership qualities and team morale which can’t be measured by stats. But, they are arguably as important to a team’s success as individual statistics. Nowhere are […] More