Los Angeles Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Puts On Dominant Performance, Gets Surprising Run Support

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are spoiled: they have Clayton Kershaw on their team. No matter what else is going on in Dodgerland, they can trot out the most effective left-handed pitcher in MLB every fifth game. Seriously, he’s frightening scary. […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Riding the Prowess of Hanley Ramirez

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Let’s go back to spring training. The Los Angeles Dodgers were going into the 2013 season as MLB’s most scrutinized team. They may not have wanted that on the field, but the front office brought that on themselves with their […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Playing like a Big Blue Machine as Turnaround Continues

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When the season is over and we look back on how and when the Los Angeles Dodgers turned things around to meet the expectations we all set for them, most will point out June 3. That’s the day the blue crew, nine […]

Is Los Angeles Dodgers’ Zack Greinke Challenging Clayton Kershaw as Staff Ace?

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Clayton Kershaw is the man on the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Right? The ace of the staff? The Cy Young Award winning left-handed good ol’ boy with the amazing stuff? The blue crew’s one and only All-Star? All […]

Ricky Nolasco Proves To Be Perfect Risk For Surging Los Angeles Dodgers

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Starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco could possibly be a household name if he weren’t on the roster of one of MLB’s worst teams for the last eight seasons. But this is 2013, and there was no guarantee that Nolasco would be […]

Winning Getting Contagious For Los Angeles Dodgers

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It may be a little early to call it pennant fever, but there’s definitely a bug going around Chavez Ravine these days. The Los Angeles Dodgers, who spent the majority of the first half of the 2013 season making their […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Must Stick To What They’re Doing To Climb Back In NL West Race

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A few weeks ago, we were burying the Los Angeles Dodgers. We were firing manager Don Mattingly. We were trading all of their big contracts. We were ready to utter those fateful words: wait until next year. Well … next […]

Are The Los Angeles Dodgers Finally Fighting Mad?

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Sure, bench-clearing brawls on baseball diamonds are kind of fun to watch. There is an unmatched feeling of something brewing as opposing pitchers take turns plunking the other team’s guy. Eventually, someone will have had enough, and what subsequently takes […]

Brandon League Should Be First Big Contract Los Angeles Dodgers Have To Eat

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Imagine this: you are Clayton Kershaw, one of the most effective starting pitchers in MLB. You have just reached the 99th-pitch mark and have given your team the lead by holding your opposition to one single run. After watching a […]

2013 MLB Draft: Los Angeles Dodgers Did A Good Job Reseeding The Farm

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There are so many rounds in the MLB First Year Player Draft that it’s hard to fathom a kid from a little high school or junior college in the middle of nowhere, picked on the third day, sticking in a […]

Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves Fans Just Missed Ultimate Face-Off

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have made a few amends this past week by bringing up top prospect Yasiel Puig. Calling him up to the parent club brought hope, but his amazing first performances have brought excitement–and not to just the […]

2013 MLB Draft: Cody Bellinger Is The Fourth-Round Choice For The Los Angeles Dodgers

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At only 17-years old, Hamilton High School first baseman Cody Bellinger got the call of a lifetime. The Los Angeles Dodgers picked the left-hander with the 124th selection in MLB’s first Year Player Draft. The youngster, although a long way from […]