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NLDS Game 2 at Nationals Park rained out

Last week Dodgers manager Dave Roberts let it be known which pitchers would start the first three games of the NLDS series: Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill and Kenta Maeda. What he and the league didn’t plan on was a rain […]

NLDS Game 2 at Nationals Park rained out

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Last week Dodgers manager Dave Roberts let it be known which pitchers would start the first three games of the NLDS series: Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill and Kenta Maeda. What he and the league didn’t plan on was a rain […]

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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 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.

Yasiel Puig reported to be claimed off waivers

It has been reported by John Heyman on Today’s Knuckleball that Yasiel Puig has been claimed on waivers by a team  that has yet to be named. The Dodgers can either work

Dodgers shock their fans: They trade away A.J. Ellis

“Everybody is in shock,” according to LAPX reporter Claudia Gestro. She was reacting to the news, just released by the Los Angeles Dodgers, that the team had traded away

Giants and Dodgers get at it again

Once again the Dodgers are in a tight race for the National League West Division title with the San Francisco Giants. Right now the Dodgers are two games ahead

Dodgers lose two of three to Pirates

It’s ben a tough season for the Dodgers and their pitching staff. Despite losing two of three to the Pittsburgh Pirates this past weekend they remain just one game behind

Ping-Pong For Purpose a success

The Los Angeles Dodgers took a night off Thursday and the Ping Pong for Purpose celebrity Ping-Pong tournament for charity took over Dodger Stadium. Started by Dodgers pitcher Clayton

Red Sox invade Dodger Stadium

On Friday, August 5, the Boston Red Sox started a three-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers in Dodger Stadium. This will be the final appearance at Dodger Stadium

Clayton Keshaw return uncertain, but Dodgers doing well without him

When a team’s ace pitcher goes down with an injury they quickly move into damage control. With a team as deep and talented as the Los Angeles Dodgers, they

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