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Dick Enberg, legendary sportscaster, has died

In what is sad news for the San Diego Padres and their fans, sportscaster Dick Enberg passed away in his La Jolla home Thursday. He was 82 years old. Born in the Mount Clemens, Michigan, Enberg grew up a Detroit […]

Dick Enberg, legendary sportscaster, has died

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In what is sad news for the San Diego Padres and their fans, sportscaster Dick Enberg passed away in his La Jolla home Thursday. He was 82 years old. Born in the Mount Clemens, Michigan, Enberg grew up a Detroit […]

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NLCS is set: Cubs vs Dodgers

We now know who the Dodgers will face in the National League Championship Series: the reigning World Series Champion Chicago Cubs. The same team that knocked the Dodgers out

Dodgers advance to NLCS

On Monday night the Los Angeles Dodgers won Game 3 of their National League Divisional Series with the Arizona Diamondbacks, sweeping their opponents in three games. The final score

Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu on 10 day DL

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced they have placed left-handed pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu on the 10-day disabled list with a left hip contusion. The team recalled right-handed pitcher Josh Fields from

Opening Day is here in California

The Dodgers open at home against the San Diego Padres and the Angels are on the road in Oakland to face the Athletics. For the third year in a row

Yordano Ventura, young pitching ace for the Royals, dies in car accident

The young pitching ace Yordano Ventura of the Kansas City Royals, died Sunday morning in a car accident in the Dominican Republic. He was 25. According to a policeman on

Vin Scully era comes to a close at Dodger Stadium today

In an era when the next new thing is promoted weekly, almost daily, Dodger fans have found some warm comfort in knowing that the guy calling the play-by-play on the

Dodgers Magic Number is 5

Tonight the Los Angeles Dodgers will start a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies here at Dodger Stadium. Their “Magic Number” is five, meaning that five wins, or a

Dodgers win two against Padres, get ready for final month of season

As the MLB season gets into the final month of the regular season the Los Angeles Dodgers are three games ahead of their division rivals, the San Francisco Giants.

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