The 2017 National League Champions, Los Angeles Dodgers are in the midst of a scoring drought against the Giants. In their first two games, the Dodgers were shutout and combined for a bleak seven hits. This occurred despite strong pitching performances from both Clayton Kershaw and Alex Wood. Combined, they baseball catchingbaseball fundamentalsbaseball pitching tipsbaseball tipsChase Utleydefensive baseball shiftsfielding fundamentalshitting fundamentalsLos Angeles Dodgersmental game of baseballNL WestRich HillSan Francisco Giants Read More
The rubber match between the Dodgers and the hated ones featured Julio Urias' fourth start (third on the road). His stuff was impressive at Dodger Stadium, but the kid has to get his pitch count down. The Giants threw a mostly left-handed lineup against him. Here's how that battle played Julio UriasSan Francisco Giants Read More
The Dodgers won the first game of the weekend series against the Giants with a little help from ninth inning heroics from Justin Turner and Clayton Kershaw's thirteen strike outs. They didn't have the benefit of Kershaw again, so Scott Kazmir and his up and down pitching abilities would have Adrian Gonzalezbuster PoseyKenley JansenLos Angeles DodgersSan Francisco GiantsScott Kazmir Read More
This series is important. It's the big kahuna. The NL West is on the line and both teams were leading with their big boys on the mound.
Clayton Kershaw (8-1) and Johnny Cueto (9-1) are the top two pitchers in the National League. The Dodgers are trying to prove to the Clayton KershawJohnny CuetoJustin TurnerSan Francisco Giants Read More
Last Friday was Jackie Robinson Day, and I had the pleasure of attending. It was my first game of the young season. Here's my photo report.
The game was a sellout, and there were going to be pregame ceremonies with Rachel Robinson, Jackie's wife. I arrived early because I didn't want Dodger StadiumJackie RobinsonLos Angeles DodgersSan Francisco Giants Read More
In the second game of their series against the Giants, the Dodgers brought Scott Kazmir to the party, and the Giants brought their $130 million dollar man, Johnny Cueto. It was a rematch for both pitchers, who dueled last week up in the bay. Neither pitcher did very well in Johnny CuetoLos Angeles DodgersSan Francisco GiantsScott KazmirVin Scully Read More