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Angels Trade Top Prospect for Journeyman Lefty and Speed

The Angels have traded away perhaps their top power prospect in a deal with Arizona in which they have acquired another veteran relief pitcher who could be a big help in their 2014 run towards the playoffs. The Angles bullpen … Continue reading

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Jimmy Kimmel Insults Clayton Kershaw Amid Talk of Greatest Game Ever

In the aftermath of Clayton Kershaw’s near-pefect game Wednesday night, there have been misplaced opinions bandied about that the game was the best-pitched major league game ever, and information has also come to light that Kershaw has been thoroughly insulted … Continue reading

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The New Most Embarrassing Game in LA Dodgers’ History?

For Los Angeles Dodgers’ fans, the date October 6, 1966 lives in infamy, as the most embarrassing day in the team’s history.* The Dodgers’ had the day before lost the opening game of the World Series to Baltimore, 5-2, with … Continue reading

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Are the Dodgers Building the Majors’ Best Bullpen or the Best Bullpen Ever?

The Dodgers ended last season with a red-hot closer in Kenley Jansen and in Brian WIlson they had one of the game’s best closers serving as the number one set-up man. They also had two darn good lefties in veteran … Continue reading

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Guaranteed to Happen This Off Season

What will happen this winter (and in one instance next season) as 29 losing teams set their sites on the 2014 World Championship: 1. Kirk Gibson will flee the depraved confines of the Fascist Republic of Arizona and take his … Continue reading

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Clayton Kershaw, a Dodger Now, But Why Should He Stay?

Clayton Kershaw, baseball’s best pitcher over the past four years, has not received enough support to win a single game in almost a full month. May 20, 2013 is now a key date in Dodgers’ history, and it grows in … Continue reading

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Opening Day 2013 – A Few Thoughts

I watched part of the RedSox-yankees opener this morning and have had the Dodgers-Giants game on this after noon. A few random thoughts as the season starts: I think the Red Sox will be vastly improved and give the Rays … Continue reading

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the NEW theHoundDawgSportsBlog.com site design

After considerable time and effort, theHoundDawgSportsBlog has an all-new design. We’ve migrated in hundreds of posts and all those comments, and it’s now all up and running, and we can get back to writing new posts. Our new header: The … Continue reading

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Willie Davis – THE THREE DAWG

Word came last night that longtime Dodger Center Fielder Willie Davis, who Vin Scully usually referred to as “The Three Dawg”, has died at the age of 69. Davis, of whom former Dodger GM Buzzie Bavasi described as having Hall-of-Fame … Continue reading

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