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    Dodgers’ Game Recap: Pollock’s Blast Powers Los Angeles

    The Dodgers played the final game of their series against the Cincinnati Reds, in hopes of picking up their fourth straight victory and the sweep. The club sent a recently struggling Walker Buehler to the hill against a reinvented Sonny Gray. The lineup was a bit reshuffled with Corey Seager and Justin Turner both receiving […] More

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    Dodgers: Making Los Angeles A Little More Sonny

    After 2 straight World Series losses, Los Angeles is probably feeling a little Gray. We would all be better off if it was a bit more Sonny. If you didn’t catch that, The Dodgers should attempt to acquire right-handed pitcher Sonny Gray from the New York Yankees. Yes, the same Sonny Gray coming off a season […] More

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    Dodgers Rumors: Sonny Gray A ‘Perfect’ Fit for Los Angeles?

    It’s been a while since we’ve had a juicy Dodgers rumor (well, one relevant to this season, anyway). We still don’t really have one, but FOX’s Ken Rosenthal dropped an interesting tidbit before Saturday’s Dodgers-Cubs game. Rosenthal opines Sonny Gray is an ideal trade acquisition for the Dodgers. The Oakland ace has steadily regained value […] 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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    Is Pitcher Chris Archer a Ray of Hope for the Dodgers?

    Trade deadline rumors can be predictable. Struggling small market team X could trade star player Y. New York, Los Angeles, Boston and Chicago interested, per sources. More often than not, those are media fabrications or intentional leaks. We’re seeing it this year with Sonny Gray and Chris Archer. We’ll continue to see it until both players […] More

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    With or Without Kershaw, L.A. Must Improve Rotation

    We’ve looked at the offense. We’ve looked at the bullpen. But perhaps the most likely place for the Dodgers to make a splash in the next year is the rotation. Zack Greinke spurring L.A. for Arizona took the Dodgers by surprise. The team responded by signing Scott Kazmir and Kenta Maeda. Through half the season, […] More

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    Mailbag: Trading Puig, Baez’s Role, and More!

    Welcome to Dodgers Nation Mailbag, where we take questions we receive from our social communities and send them directly to our available writers to answer. Please remember to follow us so we can get to your questions (Use #DNMailbag) as well: Facebook.com/DodgersNation Twitter.com/DodgersNation Instagram.com/OfficialDodgersNation YouTube.com/DodgersNationTV #DNMailBag would the Dodgers trade Puig? If so, what player […] More

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    Yasiel Puig’s Activation Leads to Trade Talks

    The Dodgers officially activated Yasiel Puig for last night’s game against the Nationals. Puig had not played in a game since June 2nd against Chicago. The Dodgers right fielder has been battling a hamstring injury which landed him on the 15-day disabled list. Puig was originally scheduled to be activated on Monday against the Nationals […] More