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    Dodgers Report Card: First Quarter of the Season

    Time sure is flying this year. Seems like just yesterday we were talking about opening day and the start to another year. But after Friday’s game, the Dodgers are already a quarter of the way through the 2019 season. That means its quarterly report card time. Below, we look at how the Dodgers how done […] More

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    Dodgers: Potential Playoff Starting Rotation

    Here I am going to break down the potential playoff starting rotation, based on factual numbers, and this Dodger fan’s opinion.  Clayton Kershaw This one used to be obvious. The emergence of Walker Buehler has made this a less equivocal answer for many Dodger fans. For many reasons, Clayton Kershaw for me is still our […] More

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    The Dodgers’ Top 5 Most Underrated Players So Far

    The Dodgers are currently sitting on top of the NL West division with a record of 59-47. After a rocky start to the season in which the team struggled to score runs and close out games, the Dodgers have righted the ship and come together as a team. This has mainly come about by unsuspecting […] More

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    Prospect News: MLB.com Releases Dodgers Top 30 Prospects

    During the course of this entire off-season we have been covering the Dodgers’ top 10 prospects. Dodgers Nation recently completed our Top 10 countdown with the culmination of Walker Buehler at #1. And recently,  MLB.com officially released their Dodgers Top 30 prospects list. We are here to break that list down. The Top 10 Prospects […] More

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    Dodgers News: Minor League Awards are Rolling In

    As the minor league seasons are coming to an end, the awards for Dodgers’ prospects are starting to roll in. On Tuesday, Rancho Cucamonga outfielder D.J. Peters was named MVP of the Cal League, Rookie of the Year, and Postseason All-Star. These were deserving awards for the 21 year old Glendora native who at the […] More