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    Dodgers: Checking Back on the Trade for Ryan Madson

    Last season, the Dodgers traded solid relief prospect Andrew Istler to the Washington Nationals for reliever Ryan Madson at the August non-waiver deadline. #Dodgers acquiring Ryan Madson from #Nationals, source tells The Athletic. Return not yet known. Claim of Madson first reported by @kengurnick. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) August 31, 2018 The Trade At the […] More

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    Dodgers: The Never-Ending Bullpen Nightmare

    The Andrew Friedman era has been characterized by deep playoff runs, but an overall failure to get the job done. Los Angeles has not seen their Boys in Blue win a World Series title since 1988. Since that year, the Dodgers have won their division ten times, but the ring remains elusive. Four Division Series […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews: Ryan Madson

    The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired Ryan Madson on waivers from the Washington Nationals. The Dodgers sent minor league pitcher Andrew Istler to the Nationals. Much like David Freese, “Mad Dog” was brought aboard as a playoff veteran to help put the team over the top. It wasn’t hard to see why, as Madson possesses two […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Season Exit Interviews: Clint

    With the 2018 Dodgers season in our rear view mirror, the Dodgers Nation Staff will be conducting ‘Exit Interviews’. These will highlight our high points and low points, and we will do our best to sum up what was one of the wildest seasons in Los Angeles Dodgers history.  The 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers will […] More

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    Grading The 2018 Dodgers’ Bullpen

    The Dodgers bullpen. It’s been quite the roller coaster ride. Like one of those roller coasters that’s so much fun, but you know you’re going to hit plenty of bumps while on the ride.  Scott Alexander, 73 G, 66 IP, 27 ER, 56 SO, 3.68 ERA This season was his first in a Dodgers uniform. […] More

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    Dodgers World Series: Analytics Are The Latest Scapegoat

    With the first two games of the World Series complete, many fans are blaming the Dodger losses on using analytics. A summary of things I’ve heard: Dave Roberts pitched Alex Wood/Ryan Madson because of analytics Those nerds make Dave Roberts use analytics too much Analytics should not be part of baseball Play the hot hand […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Bullpen Has Been Exceptionally Good in the 2018 NLCS

    The narrative coming into the Championship series was that the Dodgers have much better starting pitching and Milwaukee’s bullpen was unstoppable. That makes sense, given that Milwaukee has guys like Josh Hader, Corey Kneble. and Jeremy Jeffress looming in the later innings. And yet, the Dodgers’ bullpen has far surpassed any expectations placed on them in […] More

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    Dodgers Defeat Braves and Head to the NLCS in Milwaukee

    The Dodgers and Braves squared off for game four of the NLDS on Monday afternoon in Atlanta. Rich Hill got the start in this one facing off against Mike Foltynewicz, who had just pitched at Dodger Stadium in game one on Thursday. What started off with so much promise ended being a roller coaster of […] More

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