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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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Lunacy at Dodgers’ Stadium – What The Hell Are They Doing?

I can’t believe how happy I was a few months ago when Andrew Friedman jumped ship in Tampa and signed on as the Dodgers’ new head baseball honcho, in charge of putting a championship-caliber team on the field. Very little … Continue reading

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Pitching is a Fragile Thing

I’ve commented plenty on how the Dodgers are relying this coming season on far too many pitchers whose careers have been dominated by serious injuries and who have seldom if ever been healthy enough to pitch even a single full … Continue reading

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Dodgers Continue to Make Questionable Pitching Choices

Granted, the Dodgers easily won their division last season, despite monumental deficiencies with both the starting pitching staff and the set-up guys in the bullpen. Relying in far to many games through August and September on starters with names like … Continue reading

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The Turning Point for Last Season’s Dodgers’ Bullpen, and Looking Forward

The 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers had, when healthy, a dominating starting rotation, and a reliable, shut-down closer in Kenley Jansen. Their major weakness on the field, as opposed to in the dugout, was the rest of the bullpen, which, when … Continue reading

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Cubs Can Match Dodgers in Rating Worst Contracts Ever

I’ve written a lot over the years about some of the horrible contracts that the Dodgers have signed with questionable players, primarily pitchers, who were either too old for the length of the contract, who were too injury prone for … Continue reading

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The Five Biggest Mistakes the Dodgers Made in 2013

With word today that the Dodgers are re-examining the situation surrounding the empty uniform non manager Don Mattingly with a glimmer of hope that he will be shown the door, let’s take a look at the errors of the Dodgers’ … Continue reading

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Give Him the Credit? Then Give Him the Blame

When I hear commentators pontificate about the fine job the empty uniform non manager Don Mattingly has done, and when I hear them roil on about unknowing fans who want him out, my blood boils. They over-simplify the situation by … Continue reading

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Dodgers Continue September Swoon

When last I wrote about the Dodgers, they had lost eight of 11, and by the grace of a horrible division without a second decent team, they had at that time a 12-game lead over the second place Arizona Diamondbacks. … Continue reading

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