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    Kershaw Throws A Successful Bullpen Session

    Another day, another updated on the Dodgers potential Opening Dat starter Clayton Kershaw. After a few weeks of being limited to flat ground throwing, Calyton Kershaw finally took the hill to throw his first bullpen session since his shoulder discomfort. #Dodgers Clayton Kershaw begins his first bullpen since Feb. 20. Dave Roberts said it would […] More

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    Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Injury Update During Spring Training

    Clayton Kershaw is dealing with “irritation” in a joint according to Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitching coach Rick Honeycutt. This information made it’s way out on Saturday via the Los Angeles Times. However, not all news on the subject is poor with Kershaw’s health. The staff ace is reportedly feeling a little better, and some things […] More

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    Grading The 2018 Dodgers’ Coaching Staff

    Yes, I’m well aware that you could all do a much better job than Dave Roberts. Screaming from the rooftops, “Fire Dave Roberts!!”. I hear you. But let’s get practical here. Dave Roberts and staff have led the Dodgers to two consecutive trips to the World Series. Unfortunately, they fell just short of the ultimate […] More

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    Dodgers Announce Full Coaching Staff

    The Dodgers announced their full coaching staff just 40 days away from pitchers and catchers reporting to kick off the 2018 season. The staff is lead by none other than Dave Roberts, who is in his third season as the Dodgers’ Manager and Rick Honeycutt who will officially be returning as the Dodgers’ Pitching Coach […] More

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    Are Slicker Baseballs To Blame For Rise In World Series Home Runs?

    This year’s World Series has not disappointed. Both the offense and pitching has been top-notch, but something interesting is how much the long ball has been hit. There have been a total of fifteen home runs hit in the past four games. This breaks the previous record of fourteen home runs through four World Series […] More

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    Handing Out Dodgers End of Season Team Awards

    As we close out the final games of another eventful regular season, the Baseball Writers Association of America work to finalize their votes for MLB’s annual awards. Several analyst and reporters share their opinions on who will win the league awards, but not many give thoughts on team awards. Well, I thought it would be […] 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

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    Dodgers News | Rumors: Yaisel and Yasiel Updates, Urias Ready For Big Time, and More

    As Spring Training starts to get underway now, news is rolling out. Today, there were updates on Yaisel Sierra, Yasiel Puig, Julio Urias, and how the Los Angeles Dodgers feature a pretty left-handed starting rotation. Plus more! Enjoy today’s Dodgers Credits! Dodgers Nation It’s now official, the team has finalized a six-year agreement with Cuban […] More

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    Dodgers News: Team Agrees To New Deal With Honeycutt

    It was reported earlier in the offseason that pitching coach Rick Honeycutt would stay with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Friday morning, it was made official. Honeycutt is well-respected by the Dodgers pitchers by several accounts, so his staying is great news for a team trying to convince one of its aces to stay. ICYMI: Davey […] More

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