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    Dodgers: The Fans Want Justin Turner Back After 2020

    The Dodgers and Justin Turner are coming up to a bit of a crossroads at the end of the season as his contract is expires. Turner signed a four-year deal with the team after the 2016 season worth $64 million.  Last week on our Blue Heaven Podcast, we asked the question: should the Dodgers re-sign […] More

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    The Top Five Dodgers Tweets of July

    As the month of July ends and Dodgers are atop the NL west, it is time to look back at the top 5 tweets that made us laugh, applaud, and simply be glad that we are Dodgers fans. Kick back and enjoy these sweet moments from the magical month of July in DodgersNation: #5 The […] More

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    Twitter Beef | Episode 7 | Blue Heaven Podcast

    This week on Blue Heaven, Kevin enlightens FRG with his new Twitter frenemy from SiriusXM as the show switches to “Purple and Gold Heaven” for a few minutes. Next, they discuss the latest results from our weekly Dodgers Nation Twitter polls, in which we see that pitching grades remain positive, and Dave Roberts approval continue to […] More

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    The 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers: Great Expectations

    “In the history of the Dodgers, nothing has ever come easy”. – Vin Scully “Nothing gold can stay” – Robert Frost, 1874-1963 A few weeks ago I touched on the idea of a World Series Hangover and what it means for Dodgers fans. Last year’s season-long party had ended so suddenly and on such a […] More

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    Why Postseason Baseball May Kill You (But Probably Won’t)

    Postseason baseball is a nervous breakdown that lasts nine innings. A couple of weeks ago I wrote a piece on the glories of September baseball. The thrill we experience as our team battles to clinch a spot in the playoffs. It’s like a wild game of baseball musical chairs. When the music stops you’ve either […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kershaw, Magic React To Brian Wilson Signing On Twitter

    After reports broke that the Los Angeles Dodgers re-signed relief pitcher Brian Wilson, a couple Dodger personnel tweeted their excitement about the move. Wilson signed a one-year deal worth $10 million with a player option for a second year and he can earn up to $700,000 in incentives as well. Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw and owner Magic […] More

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    Mark Fabrick’s Experience as a MLB Fan Cave Finalist

    When asked to describe MLB Fan Cave to people I tell them it’s kind of like Survivor meets The Real World in the fan cave in New York. The cave dwellers blog and film videos about the experience, cover every MLB game, and get to interact with players and celebrities. The current video up on […] More