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NLDS Game 2: Give Cody Bellinger The Save, Dodgers Extend NLDS Lead

The official scorer may disagree, but I am crediting Dodger’s superstar Cody Bellinger with the save after the NL MVP made an incredible catch in the bottom of the seventh to rob Fernando Tatis Jr. of a home run to preserve the Dodger’s one-run lead. Certainly I am not giving

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Kenta Maeda

The Kenta Maeda Show Takes Center Stage, Dodgers Sweep Padres

When Dave Roberts hooked Dodger starter Kenta Maeda with two outs in the top of the seventh inning and nobody on base on Wednesday evening against the Padres, I was worried. Don’t tell me you weren’t worried too. I understand that pitchers wins and losses mean nothing but tonight I

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With Heroics From Barnes, Taylor and Company, Dodgers Rally in San Diego To Take Opener

Just as the Padres and their fans were getting excited on Friday night the Dodgers rallied in the late innings to erase a 3-0 deficit to crush San Diego's spirits and comeback for a 4-3 win. Such a shame....NOT! The Dodgers had a bad time in San Francisco dropping two

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NLCS Game 7: Bellinger, Puig Muscle Dodgers To The World Series

Thirty years ago today the 1988 Dodgers clinched the World Series Championship in Oakland. On this day the 2018 Dodgers didn’t channel those little mighty 1988 Dodgers, they channeled the 2018 Dodgers. The boys in blue turned to a tried and true weapon, the home run. The Dodgers slugged two

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The Dodgers Seem To Like Their Chances in Game 7, But Do You?

The 2018 Dodgers have overcome the odds all season long. Unlike the 104 win club of 2017 that breezed through the regular season and National League playoffs to the World Series, nothing has come easy for this year’s Dodgers. They’ve had to overcome many obstacles. They lost shortstop Corey Seager

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NLCS Game 5: Kershaw Provides Legacy Start, Dodger Bats Provide Lethal Weapons as Dodgers Take NLCS Lead

There was no rest for the Dodgers and Brewers in game 5 of the NLCS on Wednesday afternoon at Dodger Stadium. After playing 13 innings and over 5 hours the two clubs were at it again with an early 2:05 PM PST mid day start time. Much like game 5

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NLCS Game 3: Dodgers Shutdown and Shutout

On the 30th anniversary of the magical home run by Kirk Gibson in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series that propelled the Los Angeles Dodgers to their last World Series title, they would be looking for the same kind of magic tonight, as the Milwaukee Brewers came to town

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NLCS Game 2: Justin Turner’s Beautiful Clutch Home Run Helps Dodgers Tie NLCS

There was a lot that went wrong for the Dodgers in their 6-5 loss in game 1 on Friday night. Clayton Kershaw pitched terribly. Yasmani Grandal had a historically awful game, (two passed balls, catcher’s interference, and missed catch error) and the defense fell apart. Despite all of those disasters

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