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Brett Anderson

Dodgers Face Shameful Ride Home if They Can’t Beat Brett Anderson

The lineup shuffling continues for the Dodgers in their series finale against the Cubs. The Dodgers were able to spoil the Cub’s World Series ring party on Wednesday thanks to some awesome pitching. Hopefully the Dodgers can escape with a series win, but they have to beat old teammate Brett Anderson to

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Dodgers Place Franklin Gutierrez on DL, Look To Even Series With Cubs

The Dodgers placed outfielder Franklin Gutierrez on the 10-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring. The DL stint is retroactive to April 11. Right handed hitting Trayce Thompson has been recalled and he’ll join the Dodgers in Chicago. Gutierrez injured his hamstring while getting thrown out attempting to steal

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Let’s Make a New Plan, Stan!

You don't need to be coy, Roy... When Guggenheim Partners took over the Dodgers on April 30, 2012, Stan Kasten took over as team President and at the end of August, 2012 the Dodgers completed the largest trade in franchise history, acquiring Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and Josh Beckett in a

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The Yasiel Puig Conundrum

  The mercurial Yasiel Puig was demoted to the minors yesterday after the Dodgers unsuccessful attempts to trade him. We all know the narrative, he splashed in the scene a few years back with the moniker "The Wild Horse." His attitude left a lot to be desired and his OPS during

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Dodgers vs. Nationals

Dodgers Get Patriotic in The Nation’s Capital For Three Days

The Dodgers will try and put the frustrating Arizona Series behind them as they fly into the Nation’s capital to take on the Washington Nationals for a three game series. The boys in blue are no doubt frustrated and tired after losing two of three to the crappy Dbacks, so they’ll try to

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Brandon McCarthy Returns To Old Stomping Grounds

The Dodgers kicked off the second half of the season with a bang, walloping the Dbacks by a score of 13-7. The offense exploded for 13 runs off 18 hits. Chris Taylor had the game of his life collecting three hits, hitting a grand slam home run and driving in six runs.

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Dodgers vs. Snakes

Dodgers Resume Play in The Desert, as Bud Norris Looks For First Career Win Over Snakes

The Dodgers reopen the 2016 season and resume play with a three game weekend series at Arizona against the Dbacks. The boys in blue have a 51-40 record and are in second place in the NL West, 6.5 games behind the Giants. The Dodgers also lead the NL Wild Card

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Kenta Maeda

Dodgers Wrap up First Half, Friedrich vs. Maeda in Finale

The Dodgers (50-40) recorded their 50th win of the season with a 4-3 win on Saturday afternoon over the Padres.  The winning run scored on a botched double play take-out slide from Justin Turner. The play was reviewed but ultimately the call stood. Brandon McCarthy pitched well only allowing 3

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Brandon McCarthy

The Dodgers Really Need Some Innings From Brandon McCarthy Today

I don't mean to sound like a broken record here, but the Dodgers seriously need some innings from somebody to take the burden off of a tired but excellent bullpen. It's unfair to put these kind of innings on the bullpen and it could result in some injuries. The last

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Hyun-Jin Ryu

Hyun-Jin Ryu Returns For Exhausted Dodgers

The Dodgers are going to be exhausted, and understandable so. The boys in blue suffered a tough loss on Wednesday afternoon in their insane 14-inning marathon loss to the Orioles. It was a crazy game that saw Scott Kazmir pinch-hit, Chase Utley collected 6 hits, and Chris Hatcher ended the game

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Bud Norris

Bud Norris Draws Old Mates in Rubber Game

Let's hope Bud Norris is feeling nostalgic because he's facing off against his former teammates this afternoon. How will he fare against his old club? A hanging curveball to Manny Machado, and Baltimore ace Chris Tillman halted the Dodgers home winning streak at ten in Tuesday night's 4-1 loss. Kenta Maeda

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Puig Slides

Streaking Dodgers Look To Keep Home Cooking Boiling

The Dodgers kept their winning streak alive on Independence Day with two come from behind rallies against the Orioles. The final rally saw them come from behind to overcome a 5-2 deficit and defeat the Baltimore club by a 7-5 score. It was Corey Seager’s triple that keyed the go-ahead run and

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