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    Dodgers Stock Up, Stock Down: May Comes to an End

    This is another installment of the Dodgers’ Stock Up/Stock Down series where we take a look at who is hot and who is not. The Dodgers are right at the end of the month of May — It was a month that featured bullpen meltdowns, historic offensive production, and even some historic starting pitching performances. […] More

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    Dodgers News: Pedro Baez Plays Catch With Fan

    Pedro Baez has been a staple in your Dodgers diet since 2014. It’s almost hard to believe. Sometimes, we get so caught up in statistics or standings; we forget to stop and smell the roses. Therefore – we present you with some roses – Baez playing catch with a young fan at Dodger Stadium during […] More

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    Dodgers: The State of the Bullpen Heading Into May

    As the season rolls into May the Dodgers bullpen is rounding into form. There are still some issues and room for improvement but the personnel are in place. Since Clayton Kershaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Rich Hill has returned to the rotation the bullpen has a look of completeness. Adding Julio Urías and Ross Stripling a […] More

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    Four Interesting Stats for Four Dodgers in 2019

    The 2019 season is still very young. Only 18 games deep in fact, and when you’re talking about such a short sample size, stats can get weird. You see OPS’s sky above 1.500 and ERA’s balloon over 9.00. Non-sustainable type stuff. Nonetheless there’s some stats that really stick out even considering the short timeframe and […] More

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    Dodgers Recall Top Pitching Prospect

    The Dodgers have recalled pitcher Dennis Santana from Triple-A Oklahoma City. The Dodgers are recalling pitcher Dennis Santana from Oklahoma City for tonight’s game in Denver, per a source. They used six relievers Friday and five Saturday. No word yet on the corresponding move. — J.P. Hoornstra (@jphoornstra) April 7, 2019 Santana made one appearance […] More

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    Opening Day: The Dodgers’ Roster Takes Shape

    It’s almost that time! We are a week away from Opening Day!  Although Spring Training has yet to wrap up, it appears that the Opening Day roster is taking shape.   After taking a deep look into some spring performances, injuries, and previous bodies of work, this is what it should look like come Opening Day:  […] More

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    Dodgers Release Josh Fields

    The Dodgers released right-handed reliever Josh Fields after he was recently designated for assignment to make room for pitcher Donnie Hart. Josh Fields was a part of both Dodger World Series runs and was a key piece of the bullpen. Across three seasons with the club, Fields posted a 3.11 ERA and 1.11 WHIP over […] More

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    Dodgers claim Donnie Hart, DFA Josh Fields

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have claimed left-handed reliever Donnie Hart off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles. To make room on the 40-man roster, the team has designated right-handed reliever Josh Fields for assignment. Hart, 28, was selected in the 27th round of the 2013 draft by the Orioles and he made his major league debut […] More

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    Dodgers: Don’t count out Yimi Garcia in 2019

    Even with a handful of relievers likely ahead of him on the depth chart right now, Dodger fans should not forget about Yimi Garcia. Garcia, a 28-year-old right-handed relief pitcher, was one of the Dodgers best relievers in 2015. He posted a 3.34 ERA that season while striking out almost 11 batters per nine and […] More

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    Bryce Harper is or isn’t a Dodger and the Kershaw Lemon Law | Episode 43 | Blue Heaven Podcast

    Bryce Harper rumors rocked Dodgers Nation this week, and the Blue Heaven Boys™ got it covered from all angles. Thank you to our sponsor at the Arizona board of tourism! Click the link to plan your spring training outing today! [button link=”visitarizona.com/springtraining” type=”big” color=”red”] Join Us In Spring Training with VisitArizona.com![/button] Listen Bryce Harper is […] More

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    2018 Dodgers Player Reviews Grand Finale

    Doing individual reviews of each and every single player of the 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers is kind of like going through the Rolling Stones’ entire discography. There’s a lot of good stuff to go through, to the point where it feels endless. You’ve got monster albums like Beggar’s Banquet, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main […] More

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