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    Dodgers: What Went Wrong With the Rest of the NL West

    The Dodgers’ seventh consecutive NL West title was perhaps their easiest yet, chiefly on the strength of their consistent play from Opening Day to game 162 (in which they can set the franchise record for single season wins).  But it was also made easier by the fact that no one else in the division gave […] More

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    Dodgers News: San Diego Padres keep Manny Machado in the NL West

    Former Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado has signed with the San Diego Padres. BREAKING: Free agent star Manny Machado has agreed to a deal with the San Diego Padres, league sources tell ESPN. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) February 19, 2019 As one of the biggest free agents this offseason, Machado signed the biggest free-agent […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Biggest Mistake of the Off-Season

    The Dodgers made a decision they will regret. It isn’t the trade that sent Yasiel Puig, Alex Wood, and Matt Kemp to the Cincinnati Reds. It isn’t their signing of Joe Kelly. Their mistake is letting Yasmani Grandal head to the Milwaukee Brewers. While Grandal recently became a disliked player among fans due to his […] More

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    Game Preview: Dodgers Play Final Home Series vs. Padres

    San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers Time: 7:10 PM PT Venue: Dodger Stadium San Diego Record: 61-92 Los Angeles Record: 85-68 How are the Dodgers Doing? The Dodgers entered their previous two series, facing teams that they had been trailing at the series opener. The took three games out of four to the Cardinals […] More

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    Competition Research – The NL West’s Off-Season

    As we approach the 2018 season, our beloved Dodgers are favorites to win their 6th straight National League West crown. They do have to play the games, however, and there are four other teams in the division who aren’t just going to hand deliver the title to Los Angeles. Both wild card teams (Rockies and […] More

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    Dodgers News: LA Opening Day Will Be Televised By ESPN

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are set for 2017 Opening Day against the San Diego Padres for a third year in a row. However, for a second consecutive year, the Opening Day game will be televised by ESPN to the national audience. In the postseason, Dodgers games were not being broadcasted in the prime time spot. […] More

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    Baseball Is The Most Unpredictable Sport

    With today’s fast-paced lifestyle and things constantly grabbing our attention it is easy to call baseball “boring” and “slow.” And to a degree, the haters are right. It’s a change of pace from what we are used to today, which makes sense because baseball is America’s national pastime. But baseball’s slow natured game and its […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kenta Maeda Replaces Jose De Leon on the Mound

    The Dodgers are making a slight change to their pitching rotation tonight against the San Diego Padres. Jose De Leon was scheduled to pitch tonight, but now Kenta Maeda will be getting the start. De Leon will now be pitching tomorrow night. #Dodgers pitching plans have changed. Kenta Maeda goes tonight in SD. Jose De Leon […] More

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    Dodgers Credits: Dodgers face-off the Arizona Diamondbacks, San Diego Padres Get Some Backlash, and More!

    The Los Angeles Dodgers, and their fans, have left New York and have made their way to Arizona to play the Diamondbacks. This four-game series is going to catch a lot of fan’s attention, as many are curious how Zack Greinke will perform considering his last appearance against the Dodgers. [button color=”red” size=”big” alignment=”center” rel=”follow” […] More

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