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Dodgers and Cardinals Late Afternoon Start? TV Rules!

What could possibly be worse than starting an October game at Dodgers’ Stadium in the late afternoon? It will be the hottest part of the day, likely about 95º, and the shadows will be just beginning to wreck havoc with … Continue reading

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Suddenly, Dodgers’ Pitching is in Shambles

They’ve still got Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke at the top of the rotation, but the rest of the Dodgers’ starting staff is now a mess. Hyun-Jin Ryu’s status is at best uncertain, and no one at this point knows … Continue reading

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Dodgers Embarrassed as Giants Make Statement

There is only one word to describe last night’s Dodgers’ game at A T & T Park in San Francisco: Embarrassing. The red-hot Giants pulled to within one game of the division leading Dodgers in a game that was not … Continue reading

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The Dodgers Dodged a Bullet By Not Giving Away the Farm for David Price

On July 31, the Tampa Bay Rays traded 29-year-old David Price to the Detroit Tigers in a deal that saw the Tigers send their regular center fielder of the last five seasons, 27-year-old Austin Jackson, to Seattle, and 25-year-old lefty … Continue reading

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Dodgers Call Up Joc Pederson, But Will He Get To Play?

Amidst constant rumors that went on for more than a year, the Dodgers were said to have been in trade discussions for David Price, Cole Hamels, Jon Lester, and other top pitchers, but that the asking price was always one, … Continue reading

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Dodgers Surprise With Team Effort and Win Over Padres

It took a solid team effort, but the best team money can buy was able to defeat the San Diego Padres today, salvaging one game of a three game series against a team that now trails them by 12 games … Continue reading

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First Place Dodgers Loaded With Big Question Marks

For a team that has comfortably been ensconced in first place for many weeks and that has been in the hunt for the league’s best overall won-lost record, the Dodgers seem to have far too long a list of serious … Continue reading

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Next Two Games Critical For Dodgers’ Starters

Clayton Kershaw pitched another excellent game last night, but was within six outs of his second consecutive loss when Justin Turner hit an eighth-inning, two run home run to turn around a one-runt deficit to a one-run win. The Dodgers … Continue reading

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More Concern for Dodgers’ Starters

With Hyun-Jin Ryu and Josh Beckett on the disabled list, with Dan Haren’s inconsistency worrisome, and with Ned Colletti having already scoured the ranks of available third-tier starters, today’s news that, due to elbow soreness, Zack Greinke may miss his … Continue reading

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