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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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    Game Recap: Dodgers Move to 5-2 Behind David Freese’s Clutch Gene

    The Dodgers looked to the take the series against the rival San Francisco Giants. The club sent 2018 All-Star Ross Stripling (8-6, 3.02 ERA) to the hill against a much-improved southpaw in Derek Holland (7-9, 3.57 ERA). #Dodgers finish the homestand: pic.twitter.com/wRxSDesR98 — Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) April 3, 2019 #ITFDB pic.twitter.com/cGT7mh3vDG — Los Angeles Dodgers […] More

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    Chad Chops Ties With Giants, Joins Dodgers

    The Dodgers continue to build their staff after the departure of many key members. Former Giants’ video replay coordinator, Chad Chop, has agreed to join the Dodgers’ staff, according to Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic. Chop’s role with the Dodgers has not been determined. Chad Chop, the video replay coordinator who teamed with Shawon Dunston […] More

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    Game Recap: Wood Outduels Bumgarner, Dodgers Defeat Giants

    In a duel between veteran southpaws, Alex Wood matched up against Madison Bumgarner for the second game of the three game set between the Dodgers and Giants. Wood came into the contest trying to redeem himself from three consecutive poor outings while Bumgarner came in searching for his first victory. Offense Second Inning Dodgers 1, […] 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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    It’s Time for L.A. to Catch the Elusive Championship

    Over the past four seasons, the Los Angeles Dodgers have had what many franchises would consider success. Unfortunately, the success is overshadowed by the “can’t win the big one” stigma. Ask the 1990s Atlanta Braves what that’s like, with 14 consecutive division crowns and only one championship to show for it. Ask the Utah Jazz […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Giants to Pursue Justin Turner?

    If you can’t beat them, have them join you. The San Francisco Giants are reportedly “open-minded” to going after Justin Turner this off-season, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network on Tuesday. #SFGiants open-minded on pursuit of free agent Justin Turner, among other possible avenues to deepen lineup, sources say.” @MLB @MLBNetwork — Jon Morosi […] More

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