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Baseball Note 6/1/15: Angels’ Pitching

In looking at the Angels pitching today with two months of the season completed, two things stand out to me: Though the overall performance of their bullpen has been a bit disappointing, it is the pen that the Dodgers wish … Continue reading

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Baseball Notes 5/31/15: The Bullpens

Despite a number of internet geniuses who think Christ Hatcher is a major league caliber reliever who is a plus in the Dodgers’ bullpen, again today he was plain awful, coming into the game in the bottom of the eighth … Continue reading

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Dodgers Sweep Seattle While Fifth Starter Spot Percolates

After a three-game sweep of the Seattle Mariners, the Dodgers now prepare for a three game set with the Colorado Rockies, who are off to a great start (7-2) and amazingly, boast the National League’s number one team ERA, at … Continue reading

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Will Tonight’s Angels-Mariners Game Decide the AL West?

A few days ago I wrote that the Angles should dominate an American League West division that is not as strong as last season. This is based primarily on the fact that the Oakland A’s are a shadow of last … Continue reading

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In the Declining AL West, Angels Still By Far the Best

A year ago on the eve of the 2014 major league baseball season, the American League West was baseball’s strongest division. By the end of the season, the Angels had baseball’s best record, and the Oakland A’s had gone through … Continue reading

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Pitching Had It’s Way Through the Majors Yesterday

Three of yesterday’s 12 major league games saw a single run scored, as the Padres Andrew Cashner pitched a complete game 1-0, two-hit shutout of the Phillies, as five Tampa Bay pitchers – Alex Colome, Steven Geltz, Jeff Beliveau, Kirby … Continue reading

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Angels Get Revenge Against Houston Despite Another Disappointing C.J. Wilson Start

The Angels last night won their 15th game of their last 17, exacting revenge against the Astros, the only team they have lost to in a streak that now covers 2-1/2 weeks. And, it’s not like they are scraping through … Continue reading

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More on Matt Kemp: What To Do, What To Do?

Last night the Dodgers lost to Pittsburgh, 2-1, which was their third consecutive loss. Replacing the injured Carl Crawford, the game marked Matt Kemp’s third consecutive start in left field after having been benched for his poor defense and lack … Continue reading

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