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Ty Blach Beats The Dodgers Again, Miserable Season Continues

The floundering Dodger’s miserable season continued on Sunday afternoon with a pathetically predictable 4-2 loss to the Giants and Dodger killer Ty Blach. The Dodgers now fly into Arizona after losing three out of four in San Francisco and now fall to 12-15 on the season. When the Dodgers are

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Yasiel Puig Catch

Kyle Farmer’s Pinch-Hit Double Gives The Dodgers a Happy Flight Home

The Dodgers entered Sunday afternoon’s series finale against the Giants in desperate need of a win. After Saturday night’s 14-inning loss and another Wilmer Font failure the Dodgers were in danger of finishing with a win-less road trip. The Dodgers were 0-4 on the current trip after the one rain

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Clayton Kershaw Opening Day

Dodgers Lay Egg in Opening Day Loss: Giants 1 Dodgers 0

Just in time for Easter too. There’s nothing more irritating than losing to the Giants. But losing to the Giants on opening day 1-0 is possibly one of the most aggravating ways to lose to the Giants. That’s exactly what the Dodgers did on Thursday afternoon on Opening Day at

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Rich Hill

Shocking News: Dodgers Lose Again in San Francisco

There are three things you can count on in this life, death, taxes, and the Dodgers losing in San Francisco. The Dodgers rolled over again dropping the second game of the series to their hated rivals by a 2-1 score on Tuesday evening. They’ve now lost 5 out of 8

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Rich Hill (Blister Boy) Returns To The Mound in San Francisco

The Dodgers have made losing to the Giants in San Francisco into an art form. Honestly you could consider them the Vincent van Goghs' of the loss to their hated rivals. My god it’s infuriating. I can handle the losing, but when the club totally rolls over to the Giants

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Clayton Kershaw

Favorable Pitching Match-up For Dodgers in Game 2

My god Brandon McCarthy is bad. The Dodger’s “experiment” of using the tall veteran right hander as a reliever failed miserably in Friday evening’s 9-3 loss to the Giants in the opening game of the final three game series. McCarthy allowed 6 runs and was unable to retire a single batter

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