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    Game Recap: Joc Walks It Off, Kershaw and Puig Return on Jackie Robinson Day

    The Dodgers opened up a three-game series with the Cincinnati Reds on a day jam-packed with drama, celebration, and returns. The club sent the returning Clayton Kershaw to the mound against budding ace Luis Castillo. Kersh is back, tell a friend. pic.twitter.com/fDKSVhyrdN — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 15, 2019 Old Friends Yasiel Puig, Matt […] More

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    Former Dodgers Catcher A.J. Ellis Retires To A New Role

    Forever and always, when I think of A.J. Ellis; I think of a simple guy puttering along the I-405 freeway in his pick-up truck with his catcher’s gear in the back. Nonetheless, Vin Scully planted that vision in my head with a story he told of Ellis during a 2013 telecast. Ellis was a big […] 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

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    What of Dodgers Baseball Are We Most Thankful For?

    Happy Thanksgiving, Dodgers Nation! We asked ourselves (the staff) and you guys what aspect of Dodgers baseball we were most thankful for. You answered. I’m just going to let the answers stand for themselves. Wherever you are spending your Thanksgiving, I hope it is filled with joy and blessings. Staff Answers Kevin Perez-Allen @Kevisyourfriend: “Back-to-back […] More

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    Dodgers Beloved Spanish-Broadcaster Jaime Jarrín Agrees to Extension

    Baseball’s longest-tenured broadcaster, Jaime Jarrín, will return to the Dodgers for his 61st and 62nd season. The news comes just a day before the Dodgers are set to commemorate the Hall of Fame broadcaster’s 60 year-long career with an induction into the “Ring of Honor” before Friday afternoon’s series against the Padres. He’ll be just […] 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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    Dodger Stadium in the Twilight

    “Feel the strength In the twilight Break the chain That binds your heart to the dead of night Come feel the hope In the twilight Let it take your soul And we’ll go on forever and ever…” From “In The Twilight” by BLVD. Twilight, the “soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is […] More

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    Dodgers Fan Feature: In Dad’s Arms

    It’s July 7, 2016. The Dodgers are 48-40 and sitting in 1st place in the NL West. Vin Scully in his bittersweet last season as Dodgers announcer, as was his custom, is keeping the audience engaged in the game. Never mind that the Padres would go on to shut out the Dodgers 6-0 at Dodger […] More

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    VIDEO: Vin Scully Sings Happy Birthday To 100 Year Old Veteran

    Vin Scully was always sublime as a broadcaster. He’s the sole reason I ended up a Dodgers fan. Due to this, I have been suffering Scully withdrawal since the end of the 2016 season. As much as I enjoy Joe Davis, the struggle is real. Every now and again – even in retirement – Scully […] More

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    The Greatest Moments from the Dodgers in 2017

    2017 was a special year for Dodger fans. The team won the most games since the days they played in Brooklyn (1953 team won 105 games). There was also another rookie sensation breakout this season in Bellinger who broke team and NL rookie records. This team set multiple Dodger team records. And we won our […] More

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