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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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NLDS Game 1: Not a Bad Opening Act, Dodgers Win Big

As Vin would say, not a bad opening act. The playoffs are finally here and the Dodgers opened their 5-game playoff series against the Nationals on Thursday evening at Dodger Stadium. The boys in blue tabbed Walker Buehler to take the mound while Washington gave the ball to left hander

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Late Inning Clutch Hitting Helps Dodgers Win Gotham Rubber Game Over Mets

The Dodgers came from behind to overcome a 2-1 deficit by scoring one run in the eighth and another in the ninth to defeat the New York Mets 3-2 in the Gotham City rubber game on Sunday Night baseball. Jedd Gyorko’s RBI single broke a 2-2 tie and plated the

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Hitting in The Rain: Dodgers Hold Phillies to Two Hits, Pair of Home Runs Put Crack in Liberty Bell

A pair of home runs from David Freese, and Justin Turner was the difference makers, as the Dodgers drowned the Phillies in the third game of the four game series. For the third time on this road trip the Dodgers had to endure a lengthy rain delay. This recent inclement

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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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Maeda’s Wonderful Pitching, Joc’s Two Homers Help Dodgers Even Series Against Nationals

The Dodgers rebounded quite nicely after a boring 6-0 shutout loss on Thursday, by turning the favor on the Nationals with a 5-0 shutout win on Friday night. Kenta Maeda turned in an excellent performance tossing six shutout frames and the Dodgers hit three home runs. Two of the home

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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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Blue Power: Dodgers Slug Three More Home Runs (Bellinger, Muncy, Martin) En Route To 10-6 Win Over Colorado

The Dodger bats continued their onslaught on Friday afternoon during their 10-6 win over the Rockies spoiling Colorado’s home opener at Coors Field. The Dodger bats bludgeoned opposing starter Tyler Anderson as the southpaw allowed six earned runs on nine hits over four innings taking the loss. The Dodgers scored

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