Dodgers Pound Giants on Vin Scully Night

Vin Scully
March 25, 2016

The Dodgers came into Friday night’s exhibition affair with the Giants having lost seven in a row, and 10 of their last 11 games. That doesn’t count Thursday night’s 5-5 tie with the Indians. I know these games don’t count in the standings, but it would be nice to win a couple. Opening day is just ten days away and there is not much time for the club to start…

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The Dodgers 300 Million Dollar Experiment

Yasiel Puig
March 17, 2016

(Guys, this is another solid article from our wonderful partners. Remember I want to represent differing opinions on this site, and foster great Dodger discussions. I know some of you may not agree with everything written over here all of the time, but as the great Tommy Lasorda once said…”Opinions are like noses, everyone has one”.  Let’s all try to keep an open mind. Enjoy!) In the 1990s and 2000s,…

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Cody Bellinger is Impressing Early This Spring

Cody Bellinger
March 14, 2016

There’s a new hashtag spreading around twitter like wildfire called “Codylove”. It’s referring to the love that Dodger fans have for first base prospect Cody Bellinger. The youngster is a 20-year old prospect originally from Chandler, Arizona. He’s the heir apparent to first base when Adrian Gonzalez finally gets too old to play. He’s been red hot this spring too. Bellinger was drafted by the Dodgers in the fourth round…

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Exhibition Game 3 Thread-Kenta Maeda Debuts

Camelback Ranch
March 5, 2016

The Dodgers will be getting their first looks at a division rival on Saturday afternoon when they face the Snakes. The Dodgers are playing in their third game of the Cactus League season. After defeating the White Sox 6-1 on Thursday, the boys in blue played to a 3-3 tie against the Rangers on Friday. The highlight of that game was Scott Kazmir’s Dodger spring debut. He allowed two earned runs…

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Dodgers Open Cactus League Schedule With 6-1 Win

Cactus League
March 3, 2016

In case you missed it the Dodgers kicked off their 2016 cactus league schedule on Thursday afternoon against the White Sox with a 6-1 victory. If you did miss it, don’t feel bad. I missed it too. Although I was able to watch the replay later. I have missed Dodger baseball more than you can imagine. Check that, I know you guys have missed it as much as I have,…

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Dodgers Run Differential Projected To Be Better Than 2015

Joc Pederson
March 1, 2016

I wanted to talk to you guys today about the importance of run differentials. We see projections for every club each season and I normally take those with a grain of salt. It’s hard to predict what a team or player will do during a 162 game baseball season because baseball is hard to predict. Anything can happen and you never know. However the math geeks have specific formulas they…

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Adrian Gonzalez Dealing With Rusty Neck Again

Adrian Gonzalez
February 29, 2016

We have the first rusty neck of the spring and the award goes to Adrian Gonzalez. You like what I did there guys? Just a little bit of Oscar humor for you. The club is reporting that Gonzalez sat out Sunday’s workouts as a precautionary measure after some base-running drills on Saturday went awry and caused his rusty neck to flare up. He’s stated that it’s not a major problem and he’ll…

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The Dodgers Must Improve Their Situational Hitting in 2016

turner-1-web
January 28, 2016

We’ve discussed the importance of good base running and speed in the Dodger’s lineup. Now we’re going to discuss an equally important aspect of a well balanced lineup. That is the art of situational hitting. Some call it timely hitting, and some call it clutch hitting. Whatever you want to call it the skill of hitting with runners in scoring position is extremely paramount to a winning ball club. The…

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