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Dodgers Acquire Mookie Betts, David Price, I Acquire Lots of Crow

In a shocking turn of events, or maybe not, the Dodgers have finally acquired 2018 American League MVP outfielder Mookie Betts, veteran starting pitcher David Price from the Boston Red Sox in a stunning three team trade also involving the Minnesota Twins that changes the landscape of Major League Baseball.

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Dodgers Win in Tampa, But Lose Pedro Baez

The Dodgers used their bats, arms and gloves in order to defeat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-3 at Tropicana Field on Tuesday night. The Dodgers found themselves smack dab in the middle of Andrew Friedman’s old stomping grounds for a quick two-game interleague series. Tampa Bay is one of the

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Ryu, Dodgers Keep Rolling

The Dodgers and Korean southpaw Hyun-jin Ryu kept rolling on Sunday as the Husky left hander tossed another seven shutout frames helping the Dodgers to an 8-3 series clinching win over the Reds on Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati. The Dodger bats rebounded nicely after getting blanked on Saturday to score

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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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Julio Urias Arrested – but That’s Not The Dodgers’ Biggest Problem

LA Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias was arrested for domestic violence. That would be bad enough, but this is not an isolated case. This is, unfortunately, the latest and most public in a line of ugly incidents involving young Dodger players. https://youtu.be/gcYYSAZveds  

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Quality Start: Maeda Solid, Bats Stay Hot and Dodgers Win Again

Tuesday night marked the third consecutive night that the Dodgers have gotten a quality start from their starter, which included said starter pitching into the seventh inning or later. As I have decried on this blog for literally years that when your starters go deep into games good things happen.

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Dodgers Middle Relief Pathetic Again, Blow Opening Game To Giants

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. That Personifies the Dodgers since Andrew Friedman took over. The Dodgers have two fatal flaws, the terrible middle relief, and lackluster game management. Both are intertwined and once again cost them the game on

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