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NLDS Game 4: Dodgers Put Up No Fight Against Max Scherzer as Nationals Force Game 5

Was anyone surprised that the Dodger hitters were completely feckless against Max Scherzer one of the greatest pitchers of our generation in game 4 of the NLDS against Washington on Monday night? It shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone. Scherzer limited the Dodgers to just one earned run on

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Dodgers Proving Middle Relief is Important, Don’t Let Anyone Tell You Otherwise

Middle relief is important. No matter what the stat people tell you. Don’t believe the hype. Nothing will sink a baseball team faster than poor relief pitching. I’ve been watching baseball for a long time and I’ve seen far too many competitive Dodger teams collapse due to lousy middle relief.

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Roberts Takes Bad Managing to 11 in Game One – Dodgers Lose 8-4

World Series, Game 1. Dateline: Boston The first (and last) time these two teams met in the World Series, the Dodgers were known as the Robins. Their lineup featured a young Perfessor, Casey Stengel, and the Red Sox boasted an up-and-coming hurler by the name of Babe Ruth. Both players went

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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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Dodgers Scratch Out Win Against Giants

Two tough losses against the Diamondbacks for the Dodgers set this three game series with the Giants. Hyun-jin Ryu faced off against MadBum. The Dodgers will need help to overcome the Rockies because the Rockies lead the NL West by one game. The Rockies won today against the Nationals, but

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All-Righty Lineup Finally Delivers, Dodgers Comeback To Beat Mets

You would think the Mets would be an easy mark for the Dodgers. After all the New York club is horrible this year. They’re mired in fourth place and 13 games under .500. Once you get into September and get this close to the end of the season you find

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Dodgers Tame Texas in Opener

The Dodgers scored eight runs on fifteen hits and got four scoreless innings from the bullpen to defeat the Rangers 8-4 in the interleague series opener on Tuesday night in Arlington. The Dodgers overcame a lackluster start from Walker Buehler with strong relief pitching and a productive performance from the

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Dodgers Bullpen Drops Third Straight

The Dodgers bullpen had blown two straight games. The first was courtesy of Pedro Baez. Last night was because of JT Chargois. Both should never be put in a high leverage situation again. This afternoon the Dodgers look to bounce back with Rich Hill on the mound facing Chad Bettis.

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Josh Fields

Dodgers Need More Innings From Their Starters, Balance, and Effective Middle Relievers

I’ve always been a huge supporter of common sense. Logic should be very important for any baseball club. I especially want the Dodgers to use their common sense. I usually strive to do it in my everyday life. Unfortunately MLB clubs sometimes break this rule. The Dodgers seem to be

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Dodger Bats (Led by Joc Pederson) Outscore Dreadful Pitching, Dodgers Beat Bucs

Who has two thumbs and never stopped believing in Joc Pederson’s talent….(holds up thumbs) This guy! It was Joc’s power that helped spearhead an 8–run Dodger attack at PNC Park in the rubber game of their three game series against the Pirates. The Dodgers needed every one of those runs

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Ross Stripling

Ross Stripling Dominates Again

The Dodgers had the day off yesterday. But today they started a three game series against Los Padres. Ross Stripling took on Clayton Richard. Ross Stripling has been pitching great this season. Usually he comes out of the bullpen but he is making a great case to become a starter. In

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