Dodgers lineup could be most feared in all of baseball

Remember that uncomfortable feeling whenever the Dodgers had to face a 2009 St. Louis Cardinals lineup that included guys named Albert Pujols, Yadier Molina, Matt Holliday, Ryan Ludwick, Troy Glaus, Mark DeRosa and David Freese? Or worse, a 2008 Philadelphia Phillies lineup that included guys like Ryan Howard, Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley, Pat Burrell, Jayson Werth, […]

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‘Here to stay’ doesn’t always mean ‘here to stay’ – Urias optioned to OKC

When 20-year-old lefty phenom Julio Urias wasn’t in the Dodgers opening day starting rotation, Dodger fans were incensed. After all, what more could the popular Culiacan, Mexico native prove in the minor leagues, right? But within days of the first game of the 2017 season, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts assured fans and the media that the hard-throwing […]

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History is unfolding before our eyes with Cody Bellinger

I hope you’re paying attention Dodger fans, because we are witnessing history. Never before in the 134-year history of the Dodger franchise has a player reached nine career home runs faster than Dodgers rookie sensation Cody Bellinger, doing so in only his 24th major league game. With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning […]

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But what the heck do we know anyway Three Dodgers who began the season in the minors all homered on Friday night

When the Dodgers broke spring training camp back on April 1, chances are there wasn’t a Dodger fan on the planet who wasn’t disappointed that utility infielder / outfielder Chris Taylor, utility first baseman / outfielder Cody Bellinger and, to a lesser extent, outfielder Brett Eibner were not on the team’s opening day roster. I mean, all […]

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Alex Wood has Orel Hershiser in his sights 'Funky' Dodger lefty chasing one of baseball's most coveted pitching records

When Hall of Fame left-hander Carl Hubbell set baseball’s all-time consecutive scoreless innings record at 45.1 innings on August 1, 1933, many (most) baseball historians believed that such an incredibly difficult record would never fall. It did. On June 8, 1968, Dodgers Hall of Fame right-hander Don Drysdale bested Hubbell’s mark substantially when he tossed 58.2 consecutive […]

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Spitzbarth moving quickly through Dodgers minor league ranks

It’s not often that fans get to hear about the inner workings of their favorite team’s minor league system. In most cases, unless it is a top prospect being moved up or down, it rarely even makes the social media rounds. But recently, Dodgers minor league right-handed pitcher Shea Spitzbarth was promoted from the Advanced Single-A […]

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Maeda to rehab with Quakes tonight

Dodger fans who are also fans of the franchise’s Advanced Single-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes have had what can only be described as a banner year thus far this season for getting to see a plethora of rehabbing Dodgers at LoanMart Field – and we’re not even 45 games into the 2017 season yet. Through the first 42 […]

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Dodgers farmhand Errol Robinson takes next step in his career

Last Friday the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League received two replacement players from the Dodgers extended spring training facility in Glendale, Arizona. The Loons are still treading water with 10 players presently on the 7-day DL while a number of players have struggled, especially at the plate. The dreaded disabled list includes six […]

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Los Angeles … we have a problem

As Dodger fans hold their collective breathes waiting word on the seriousness of Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner‘s right hamstring injury suffered as he rounded third base for home in the bottom of the seventh inning of Thursday night’s 7-2 pounding of the Miami Marlins, the Dodgers brass was undoubtedly behind closed doors deciding what to […]

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Adrian Gonzalez ready to rejoin team

  *  *  *  UPDATE – May 18, 2017 at 1:10 pm PT  *  *  *   It was short, sweet and to the point. “Everything felt good. What I was trying to accomplish I was able to, so it’s good. I feel it was pretty good to get it going.” Those were the exact words […]

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