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Roberts tried to save Baez’s career but Pedro would have no part of that

It was exactly what every Dodger fan on the planet did not want to hear from Dodgers broadcaster Joe Davis on the SportsNet LA television broadcast of Tuesday night’s game between the Dodgers and Phillies at Citizens Bank Ballpark in Philadelphia, or from Charlie Steiner on the AM 570 Sports LA radio broadcast of the […]

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Ogden Raptors capture first Pioneer League Championship

The Ogden Raptors are the Dodgers Rookie League team in the Pioneer League. They are an advanced rookie team that became affiliated with the Dodgers in 2003. Prior to that, the Ogden team was an affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. Ogden, with a population of about 83,000, claims to be the oldest settlement in Utah […]

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Time for the Dodgers to rethink their catching situation

When Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw, arguably the best pitcher in the MLB, is slated to face the Philadelphia Phillies, arguably the worst team in the MLB not named the San Francisco Giants, you would think that Dodger fans would be celebrating following Monday night’s game between the two teams at Citizen’s Bank Park. They did not. Were it […]

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Oddsmakers still favor Dodgers to win World Series – so there’s that

I will be the very first to admit that I am not much of a gambler. Oh sure, I’ve had my moments at blackjack tables in Las Vegas over the years. But to say that I am an accomplished gambler couldn’t be further from the truth. That being said, when I treated my now 22-year-old […]

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Pantone 294 to hold final 2017 event at Dodger Stadium

The extremely popular and always well-represented Pantone 294 Dodgers fan group will be holding their final event of the 2017 season on Saturday night, September 23, 2017 at Dodger Stadium when the Dodgers host the San Francisco Giants. Here are the specifics: Date: September 23, 2017 Game Time: 6:10 pm PT Location:  Dodger Stadium Ticket […]

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Don’t expect any help from the Giants, Padres, or Rockies

It is a phrase that is as old as the game of baseball itself – “Any team can beat any other team on any given day.” It is also a phrase that the Dodgers have been living and breathing with big time as they enter the final two weeks of the 2017 regular season. Granted, […]

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Dodgers about to meet their match

By every indication and barring the unforeseen, the Dodgers will, in all likelihood, face the Washington Nationals in the National League Championship Series. That is, of course, if both teams get past the NL Division Wild Card winners and, of course, assuming that the Dodgers are not one of those Wild Card teams. As such, […]

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It’s only weird if it doesn’t work

Earlier this week when the Dodgers were on the brink of losing their 12th consecutive game, an unnamed Dodgers beat writer asked several players in the Dodgers clubhouse if they were doing anything unusual to help them snap out of their current 1-16 skid. To the surprise of this particular writer, he was told “yes” […]

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Dodgers leave their marks in San Francisco

Anyone who has ever been to AT&T Park in San Francisco will tell that, in spite of being home to the Dodgers most-hated rivals, it is – hands down – one of the most beautiful ballparks in all of baseball. Opened on April 11, 2000 and having gone through a series of name changes – […]

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Dodgers best not take the Phillies lightly

* * *  UPDATE: Hoskins hit another home run on Thursday to bring his total to 18  * * *  He’s the 24-year-old kid from Sacramento, California with the unusual first name. But mark my words, it is a name that everyone – including the Dodgers – will soon come to know very well. His name […]

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