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    Dodgers: Social Media Reacts to David Freese Retiring

    On Saturday morning, veteran infielder David Freese announced his retirement via social media. pic.twitter.com/czVJztm9iY — David Freese (@david23freese) October 12, 2019 Most known for his time with the Cardinals and clutch playoff hits, he also spent time with the Dodgers, Angels, and Pirates. He is loved by almost everyone and will be remembered as a […] More

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    Dodgers: Social Media Roundup of 7th Straight NL West Title

    With their seventh consecutive NL West title, the Dodgers have added to the third-longest postseason appearance streak in MLB history. Given the overall goal of winning a championship at least, it may not seem like much. But no celebration should be taken for granted, and especially after barely winning the division last year, this early […] More

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    Dodgers Announce Social Media Night

    The Los Angeles Dodgers will host a special promotion which allows you to become part of the social media action. Indeed, ‘Social Media Night’ will take place on August 21st at Dodger Stadium against the Toronto Blue Jays. The announcement was officially made on Twitter by the Dodgers’ official account. Moreover, ticket packages for the […] More

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    Current Dodgers as Old Dodgers Trending on Social Media

    Just about yearly a new application for your mobile device will take the world by storm. But sometimes it’s an old app that is finally being used to its full potential. Enter the “FaceApp.” FaceApp — available on iOS and Android devices — first came out in 2017, but today on Twitter and other social […] More

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    Dodgers Social Media Reacts to Don Newcombe’s Passing

    As we continue to remember the life and legacy of Dodgers’ great Don Newcombe, to no surprise, his passing elicited a truly overwhelming volume of responses on social media from Dodger players and community members past and present. First is the official team account, which announced his passing to the public. Don Newcombe, one of […] More

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    Dodgers Nation Reacts: Viva Puig!

    Well, it’s offical. Yasiel Puig will be a Cincinnati Red after a 6 year career with the Dodgers. Yasiel Puig originally signed with the Dodgers for $42 million over 7 seasons in 2012 as a 21 year old from Cuba. Puig quickly rose through the minor leagues and burst onto the scene in 2013 with one of […] More