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Is Brandon McCarthy Out In Dodgers Now Six-Man Rotation?

With a brilliant first start from new number two starter Julio Urias, with continued solid work from Alex Wood, and with the return of the $48 Million man Rich Hill set for Monday night, the Dodgers begin tonight’s three game … Continue reading

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2017 and the Dodgers’ Race to the World Series

While there may or may not be a super team playing in Chicago that can steamroll through the National League, local pundits say no matter, the Dodgers will reach the 2017 World Series. Maybe they can do it, but as … Continue reading

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Will Spring Training Invitee Cody Bellinger Have a Spot in 2017?

The two best prospects as position players that the Los Angeles Dodgers’ farm system produced over the past several seasons, Corey Seager and Joc Pederson, were brought along slowly. Pederson, who will turn 25 three weeks into the 2017 season … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Dodgers’, Angels’ Giveaways, and Moore

Now that some of the dust has settled from the end of the non-waiver trade deadline period, one can look back at the some of the mysterious deals made, especially those made by the Dodgers and Angels, and a couple … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Spring Training: The Outfield

Once again, seemingly as always, the Dodgers have a potential log jam in the outfield, though not as bad as in recent seasons. The primary culprit is the continued presence of Carl Crawford in a Dodgers’ uniform, but the hope … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Plans for Jordan Schafer Defy Logic

The Dodgers’ have basically failed to address the needs of the bullpen this offseason, instead appearing as of now to approach 2016 with pretty much the same group of set-up men who poured gasoline upon the fires of opposing bats … Continue reading

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Last Night’s Dodgers’ Game Raises Lots of Questions

Last night was game four of the 2015 major league season for those of us who now have been granted divine access to SportsNet LA and Los Angeles Dodgers’ games, through the magnanimous gesture of Charter Cable’s public relations and … Continue reading

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Do Games Against Arizona Actually Count in the Standings?

The Dodgers enjoyed their second consecutive off day yesterday, and they decided to spend some of their leisure time playing a pick-up game against a bunch of semi-pro washout guys. Those guys did have some nice looking jerseys, through, colorful … Continue reading

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Will Carl Crawford Injury Mean Alex Guerrero in Left Field?

In last night’s Dodgers’ game, left fielder Carl Crawford, the Dodgers’ outfielder who SHOULD have been traded rather than 2015 National League MVP Matt Kemp, suffered an injured oblique, and while updates today have been few and far between, according … Continue reading

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