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Dodgers Dominate in Tampa Bay (J.P. Howell not so much)

The first game of the all-astroturf roadtrip brought an interleague match against the no bullpenned, dome-stadiumed Rays. It also brought plenty of ex-Jays back to Tampa, Enrique Hernandez as the DH, Joc Pederson getting his first start of the season against a southpaw, and Scott Kazmir on the mound. It was

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J.P. Howell

The Dodgers Need a Long Man, and Clean Up The Bullpen Mess

This latest series loss to the Giants has greatly exposed the Dodger’s primary weakness. That weakness is middle relief. I am specifically referring to the lack of a long man in the bullpen. The Dodgers lost to the Giants by a score of 9-6 on Sunday afternoon, losing the series

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Julio Urias

News And Notes: Dodgers Suffer First Spring Loss With Error Festival

The Dodgers suffered their first loss of the exhibition season on Monday afternoon with an 8-5 defeat to the Indians. In that game Alex Wood countered 26-year old right hander Danny Salazar. I didn’t see the game but Wood apparently got rocked like a hurricane. Wood allowed five runs, two

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