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Dodgers Give us Hope, Then Let us Down Yet Again

The Dodgers did it again. They’ve blown yet another extra-inning game, a game that they could have easily won. Once again this incompetent team snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in another long drawn out ugly loss. Originally it looked like the Dodgers were going to lose 5-4. They

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Pedro Baez

Dodger Bullpen Rises From The Ashes as Unlikely Heroes Lead Dodgers Over Snakes

The Dodger bullpen rode to the rescue and rose from the ashes of mediocrity on Wednesday night to lead the Dodgers to an improbable 2-1 win over the Dbacks in Phoenix. Ironically the phrase is fitting considering the Dodgers were finally able to defeat the one team they haven’t been

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Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw Dominates, Dodgers Finally Beat Snakes on Jackie Robinson Day With a Little Help From Yours Truly

The Dodgers finally got off the floor on Sunday afternoon and defeated the Arizona Dbacks 7-2 to snap a franchise record eleven game losing streak versus the Snakes. On Jackie Robinson Day they made Jackie proud by jumping out to a 7-0 lead early and never relinquishing. Clayton Kershaw tossed

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Picard Dodger Hat

Hole Digger: Dodger Bats Unable To Overcome Rich Hill’s Terrible Pitching in 7-6 Loss

Rich Hill gave up five runs in the first inning and it was too much of a hole for the Dodger bats to dig themselves out of as they lost the series opener to the Dbacks 7-6 on Tuesday evening. Numberfire gave the Dodgers a 46.5% chance of winning the opening game

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Kenta Maeda bows

Not So Grand: Bullpen Fails Spectacularly, Dodgers Lose To Snakes

We’re at the point where we expect the Dodgers to win every night. They pretty much do. They’re on a historically incredible pace and we’re seeing all kinds of articles popping up all over the internet detailing how great they are. Comparisons are being made of this year’s Dodgers to

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Kenta Maeda

Zack Godley is Not a God, He’s Just a Man

We’re about three days from the trade deadline, but the Dodgers haven’t done anything yet. There hasn’t been much movement across the boards to be honest. The Cubs got Aroldis Chapman. The Giants got Eduardo Nunez from the Twins for cheap. The Marlins just got Andrew Cashner because why not?

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