When a franchise has been around long enough, and becomes victorious enough, its time line is bound to include games that placed its youngest players in the highest of pressure cooker situations. That occurred once again in Game 7 of the NLCS when the Dodgers sent 24 year-old Walker Buehler Fernando ValenzuelaJohnny PodresNLCSwalker Bueler Read More
Dodgers spring training camp has officially begun with full workouts scheduled for the beginning of next week. Exhibition games are just around the corner with the first game against the White Sox scheduled for February 23rd. There’s not much to report during the first couple of weeks of spring camp Alex WoodLos Angeles Dodgerswalker Bueler Read More
The Dodgers are seemingly back to their winning ways, and that is thanks to Yu Darvish stepping up big against the hated ones. After pitching so lousy that talk of Darvish slipping downward in the Dodgers' postseason pitching plans began to swirl, the ex-ace showed signs tonight that he's still Cody Bellingerwalker BuelerYu Darvish Read More
Should we begin with the bad news, the really bad news, or the pretty good news? I'll just lay them out and let you decide which is which.
First off, the Dodgers - along with everybody else - were not-so-secretly hoping that good ol' Clayton Kershaw was going to just bounce Clayton Kershawwalker Bueler Read More
No Dodger game tonight means we have some time to knock out a Youtube video.
Inside we talk about the rehabs of Adrian Gonzalez, Andre Ethier, and Clayton Kershaw. We also talk about the dilemma of Ryu v Maeda and what about the cold bats of Pederson and Forsythe?
Also we review Adrian GonzalezAndre EthierBeer ReviewClayton Kershawwalker BuelerYoutube Read More