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    Dodgers: Will Smith Extends History with Home Run

    After the Dodgers had back-to-back games with a walk-off home run from a rookie, they made baseball history. It was something that had never been done before, and likely something that couldn’t be topped… Until the next day. Rookie catcher Will Smith, who was just added to the roster today, was called on to pinch-hit […] More

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    Dodgers News: Alex Verdugo and Matt Beaty Make Baseball History

    There’s just something about the Dodgers and historic feats this season. Two rookies, in back-to-back nights, hit a walk-off home run, and that made history. It was the first time in MLB history that a team had two rookies hit a walk-off home run in consecutive games, according to Elias Sports. The @Dodgers are the […] More

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    Dodgers defeat the Rockies 7-2, move to 7-2.

    A 7-2 win over the Rockies makes the Dodgers 7-2 on the season. They remain at the top of the division with a four-game win streak. The win went to Walker Buehler, the loss went to Jon Gray, and the save went to Kenly Jansen. Offense Breakdown Dave Roberts went with a left-handed heavy lineup […] More

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    Baseball America Has Bold Predictions For The Dodgers

    One of the most fun parts of the preseason other than trade speculation is hope. Hope that your team will perform above and beyond the previous year. The hope that your team will be the ones hoisting the Commissioner’s Trophy at their parade in their hometown. And Baseball America is once again providing Dodgers fans with that […] More

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    Dodgers Beware: Examples of Overspending on a Bullpen

    The Dodgers take a lot of heat for having a bullpen that has some definite weaknesses.  During the off-season they lost Brandon Morrow and Tony Watson to free agency and also traded Luis Avilan. In the Avilan trade they also sent out $2 million but acquired Scott Alexander.  As we saw, Alexander got off to […] More

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    The Dodgers And Postseason Teams Split Record Postseason Pool Money

    The Dodgers might have lost the World Series, but that doesn’t mean that no good came out of it. On Monday, Major League Baseball released that this year’s player’s pool of postseason money was a record $84,500,432.15. Where does this money come from? Here is some more information from Major League Baseball’s press release, courtesy […] More

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